TEFL in Cairo, Egypt.

Date posted:2006-03-29 | Writer: The British International School, Cairo | Email: [email protected]

The British International School, Cairo (BISC) Contact usBISC is Cairo's leading, and most established, British International School for pupils aged3-18 and provides an excellent and unique teaching environment. The school teaches the British National Curriculum, and from 16-19 the International Baccalaureate, with the expectations of first class UK independents and maintained sector schools.For September 2007 we are seeking an enthusiastic and well-qualified professional to fill the following post:English TeacherEnglish to GCSE (EdExcel)ESL teaching qualification & practice preferredIn addition to first-rate working conditions, motivated and discipline pupils and a purposeful and productive ethos. The British International School, Cairo offers an excellent, competitive package: First Class Salary Package, comparable to UK Scales but tax free IB Training Provided and Commitment to Professional Development An Overseas Allowance Free Accommodation in large apartments within walking distance of the school Annual Return Airfares JBI International Premier Medical Insurance and dental cover Residents' Rates on Travel & Holidays within EgyptFor further details please contact: Mrs. Anne Williams, PA to PrincipalFax: +202 736 4168 Email: [email protected] or Tel: + 202 736 5959 / 738 0760Please send a letter of application, addressed to the Principal, Mr. Hugh Pullan, with a full CV and the names, contact details and email addresses of three referees.

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.


Unit three speaks about ESA which stands for Engage tudy activate.The words are then broken down for readers to understand. Teachers shoul wait unitil a student is finish talking before attempting to correct them. Correcting students is very important so that they know right from wrong. There are several strategies that can use to teach stydents language and to unsure they have a full understanding of the lesson taught.These two videos were very interesting because we can compare the same professor giving a good class and a bad class. Here, we have the opportunity to identify some tools and elements learned in the units. For us, it is very important to prepare the class and to focus on the dynamic of the class. Using the correct ESA strategy will help the professor to make a better job, and also will help the students to learn easier.