Friday, 26 February 2010

English as a foreign language?


Teaching English as a foreign language, which is often referred to as TEFL simply means teaching English, either in the UK or overseas to students whose first or main language is not English.

Commercial language schools throughout the UK and overseas, educate students of all ages and levels of competence, in classes of various class sizes. Some specialize in teaching to executives based in industry, diplomats, professionals and doctors. Senior executives usually benefit from one to one teaching.  Classes are usually taught in English, even with beginners.
Below is an example of an HTML sitemap from a professional individual language training school based in North Devon, (UK):
Site maps written in HTML are a useful tool used in conjunction with an XML site map. Here is the xml version of the same sitemap.

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