TEFL Certified Teachers Wanted in Morocco

Date posted:2015-07-23 | Writer: Center for Modern Languages | Email: [email protected]

The Center for Modern Languages (CML) seeks qualified EFL teachers for the Rabat English Language Program. CML is dedicated to teaching English as a foreign language and offers year-around programs in General English and business English along with a popular children’s program and an active cultural activity calendar. We offer courses at all levels, ranging from complete beginners to advanced learners. There are also specialized English courses in Business, Media, University Preparation, Popular Culture, and Technology.

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

Native level English language proficiency

BA/BSc University degree

A recognized EFL/ESL Certification (min. 100 hours) with supervised teaching practice.

One to two years experience preferred.

Salary and Benefits:

100-175 DH/hour ($15-$20/hour) for part-time positions

7,000 DH – 10,000 DH/month ($750 - $1100/month) NET salary for Full-time positions

Professional development workshop opportunities

Introductory course in colloquial Moroccan Arabic and Modern Standard Arabic.

Accommodation provided upon arrival for up to 4 weeks.

Assistance in finding housing

Legal assistance towards obtaining a work permit and other paperwork.

To Apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

22, Ave Omar Ibn Al Khattab

Agdal, Rabat

Morocco

Tel: 0537 683866

 

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.

 

The unit covered the past tense structure and usage.Similar to the present tense except related to past time periods.The four types of tenses were explored,past simple,past continuous,past perfect and past perfect continuous.Forms,usage,common student mistakes/errors and sample activate stage and teaching ideas of each type of past tense was covered.I took away teaching ideas and structures.Unit 4 should be an important and fundamental unit. Although it was informative and practical, I found it to be frustratingly too short, specifically, the section on ‘introducing grammatical structure’. I also found that the section on ‘language functions’ was really VERY POOR……. this could be explained further as it has so many applications in the classroom.

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