Starting to look into the world of TESOL can feel a little bit like deciphering a secret code or staring into a bowl of alphabet soup with a bunch of different letters swirling around.
Let’s clear a few things up. Firstly:
In addition to the common name of “TESOL” it can also be called other acronyms, such as:
If you’re looking at doing training in England then you may also run into:
Now we’ve got the TESOL terms down pat, let’s dive a little deeper into the different terms around English teaching – there’s even more than the TESOL acronyms! You’ll start to see a pattern though.
Some common letters you’ll run into with English teaching are:
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