PalFish Lessons Introduction – Frequently Asked Questions

Why create your own PalFish lessons?

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  • As a PalFish teacher, composing lessons is beneficial in attracting students. Further, teachers that have an enticing profile and created lessons are likely to gain more credibility. As a result, students are more inclined to call or book with you.
  • Teachers can sell lessons as ‘lesson packages’, providing opportunity to build an income stream. Unlike regular free talk, students can access lesson content in advance, inspiring them to learn with you.
  • Lessons are rewarding for the student in that aspects of the IELTS and TOEFL qualifications can be targeted. Lessons are rewarding for the teacher in that subjects of interest can be incorporated. Additionally, teachers can practice lesson planning and innovation within the ‘classroom’.

How to create PalFish lessons – 3 basic steps

1. On this main menu, select the lessons tab.
2. Click the cross in the top right hand corner and then ‘Create Lesson’.
3. Fill out the required details and click ‘Create’.

General Guidance and Suggestions

The screenshot at Step 2 shows the topics that PalFish provide to assist you. The ‘How to create a good lesson’ and ‘Lesson examples’ sections are particularly useful. Furthermore, using the template headings PalFish suggest ensures you incorporate everything in your lesson.

I advise including TOEFL and IELTS material like vocabulary, paraphrasing, grammar and interpretation. Moreover, you could use opinions, debate, knowledge areas, events and descriptions of places and people.

My final tip is to keep the lesson as free-flowing as possible. Likewise, lessons don’t have to be rigid in structure and can assume free talk style. My post, PalFish Free Talk details more information on this type of teaching.