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Countable vs Uncountable Nouns Lesson Plan ATA TESOL College

Teaching Countable and Uncountable Nouns – TESOL and TEFL Lesson Plan

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TESOL stands for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages, and is an acronym that applies mostly to native speakers who are teaching the English language to non-native speakers. TESOL is a growing field with careers in education, business, translation, linguistics, or technology. The TESOL program at ATA TESOL College provides you with the theoretical knowledge and practical experience necessary for success in this field. 

Teaching English as a second language (TESOL) is a great way to share your native language with students from around the world. TESOL can also be used as an effective career path. These days, many people are looking for jobs that are culturally engaging and challenging. So, what is the one of the most important parts of TESOL teaching? Lesson Planning. Being good at TESOL lesson planning is one of the main reasons why TESOL teachers pass the interview stage.

Lesson planning can be challenging. That’s why our TESOL Course focusses on teaching you the best lesson planning skills. We believe in sharing the knowledge we have. So, to get you started, we are sharing an example of our unique ATA TESOL College lesson planning format. Feel free to save it and use it for your future lessons.

Countable vs Uncountable Nouns ESL TESOL TEFL Lesson Plan Part 1

Countable vs Uncountable Nouns ESL TESOL TEFL Lesson Plan Part 2

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