Teach English in Sudan - Khartoum

Date posted:2006-05-25 | Writer: Kibeida International Schools | Email: [email protected]

Native English speaking teachers and head teachers required in Khartoum, Sudan. Benefits include: accommodation, transport to and from school, medical insurance and 9 month contract(July -April). The School was founded in 1994 and teaching is based on the British Curriculum books plus Arabic and Religious Studies from the Sudanese Curriculum.

Salary ranges:($500-600 for teachers)--($800-900 for head teachers)

The School was founded in 1994 as an IGCSE Center for morning and evening classes. In 2001 we opened a new branch in Omdurman as a Kindergarten and Primary (1-8). In 2005 we opened the latest branch in Khartoum-II (Kindergarten, Primary and Secondary) Section. All our Schools are based on the British Curriculum books plus Arabic and Religious Studies from the Sudanese Curriculum for the K.G. and Primary Sections. For the Secondary Section it is a pure IGCSE Syllabus

  • School working hours

  • Kindergarten: 8:30 am - 12:30 pm
    Primary: 8:30 am - 01:55 pm
    Secondary: 8:30 am - 02:10 pm

  • Holidays
    Friday and Sunday.

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    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.


    In this unit I have learned that speaking activities are important in terms of pronunciation of words. Writing activities are important for spelling and punctuation. Writing should be accurate to reduce future problems with pronunciation, punctuation, grammar and layout. Games in the classroom are important to create interest and to promote participation, also to help student understand the topics of the lessons better.As we have seen in this unit, modal verbs, phrasal verbs, clauses and passive voices are explained briefly and effectively. i have noticed that phrasal verbs are difficult for the students to understand easily, so it needs deep understanding of it before the class in order impart the lesson properly.from my point of view i would be better if you guys include more examples of phrasal verbs especially more difficult ones.