Teach EFL in Tunisia

Date posted:2013-09-20 | Writer: AMIDEAST | Email: [email protected]

AMIDEAST Tunisia seeks certified EFL native or near-native speakers of English who can commit to at least 1 year of teaching in its center in Tunis or Sousse. Candidates should be capable of planning and teaching lessons at various levels of General, Business and Young Learner ESL and/or for standardized test preparation (e.g. TOEFL and TOEIC). You should be able to manage a teaching load of up to 30 contact hours per week.

Qualifications:

* university degree

* TEFL / TESOL certification course of 100-120 hrs w/teaching practicum

* one to two years minimum experience preferred

* 1 yr minimum commitment

* native/near-native English speaker

Compensation:

Hourly rate based on degrees, certification and experience ranging from 19,500 Tunisian dinars (degree + certification + 1 yr experience) to 20,500 Tunisian dinars (MA/PhD + certification + 3 yrs experience)

Qualified candidates should send an application letter and curriculum vitae to the email address given on the job heading for the attention of Lorna Mgaieth, English Language Coordinator.

BP 315

22, Rue Al Amine Al Abbassi

Tunis-Belvedere, Tunis

1002 - Tunisia

Telephone          (216)-71-790-559/563

Fax                         (216)-71-791-913


Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

This unit discusses different reasons and methods for evaluating students via formal exams. It gives example sections from an ESL exam, and then lists some of the common exams that an ESL student might take. This unit focuses on why, when, where, and how these exams might be used. It gives really helpful breakdowns of the common ESL exams, which can be confusing due to an overload of initialisms.Future is certainly one of the most complex tense in English. The variety of possible combination is large, and it's easy to get lost. The unit helped me review the proper names for all the future tenses, and also offered a lot of ideas to differentiate them. I mostly learned how to teach the future tenses, but as a non native speaker, reviewing the adequate usage for each tense was also helpful.

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