TEFL Job in Ghana

Date posted:2011-03-29 | Writer: Linguaphone Ghana | Email: [email protected]

Linguaphone Ghana is part of Linguaphone Group, a world-leading global language training provider, operating under the internationally recognised Pingu's English, Linguaphone and Direct English brand names. Our first centre is in Accra, with plans to open at least nine more training centres across Ghana in the next three years, in partnership with strategic investors.

As the Linguaphone Unit Licensee network continues to grow, our Direct English and Linguaphone Schools are always looking out for new TEFL certified staff.
To enjoy working with us, you will be:

    * Highly committed and successful in what you do already
    * Academically well qualified
    * Great with people of all kinds
    * Able to motivate people so they achieve their full potential.

If you are interested in working for Linguaphone Ghana, please send us an e-mail to the address given on the job heading, including your CV.

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 was by far the easiest so far. Yet the test answer options were rather confusing to me. So I had difficulty answering them, but we shall see if I have done well. I found that some of it like the other two units are basic knowledge as a Native English speaker. It was just moreso putting it under headings and in categories. Quite confusing for me, especially how the questions and answers were phrased.This contained a useful example of a detailed lesson plan. I still don't think you need the labels of activate, engage etc. as experienced teachers will structure their lessons quite naturally in this way. It makes sense to first get students interested in a general topic before moving through task-based learning and ending with a more creative student-led putting into practice of what they have learned.