Teach students how to read & write the ABC's, as well as the sounds of individual letters & the pronunciation of multiple letters when put together to form words.
Help students learn to identify pictures and match them with their corresponding words.
Help students build questions and sentences that will enable them to communicate in different situations.
Help students comprehend everyday conversations and develop reading skills.
Teach students how to answer questions thoroughly in writing, which may include writing paragraphs and short essays.
Discuss specific subjects or open topics with students. Encourage them to practice speaking and incorporating new vocabulary or grammar they've learned into the conversation.
The International Phonetic Alphabet contains symbols that represent the different phonetic sounds of the English alphabet. Students learn these symbols to help them decipher words' correct pronunciation.
Engage young learners by using TPR (Total Physical Response) actions to help them memorize vocabulary and understand meanings. You'll also need to incorporate chants, singing, and dancing into your lessons.
As a teacher, you'll most likely need to be responsible for correcting homework, workbooks, quizzes, and test. You may also need to record students' progress (i.e. scores, attendance, etc.)
You may need to use electronic whiteboards, the internet, or company software to teach your classes.
Speak with parents on occasion to provide updates regarding their child's progress. Communicate students' strengths and weakness. This may include being involved in Open Houses and Parents' Days. You should also expect parents to participate in school events.
Partake in events for your school, such as plays, oral competitions, and holiday parties. You may even be required to play Host on a few occasions!
If you're situated at a Training Center, you may need to do Demo Classes to recruit new students, and English Corner Classes to teach special topics covering Western & English culture.
If you're at an international school, you may need to teach additional subjects such as Math, Science, P.E., and so on. This is quite normal at Kindergartens, especially.