EFL Teacher Required in Argentina

Date posted:2014-07-09 | Writer: Wall Street English | Email: [email protected]

Wall Street English is looking for full/part time EFL teachers to work afternoon and evening shifts in Buenos Aires. If you want to be part of a company that contributes to personal and professional development of its employees, this is your chance.

WHY TEACH WITH US:

• You will be joining an international network, full of career opportunities.

• Teacher Excellency Training provided.

• Sponsored work visa, which will give you access to benefits such as health insurance and paid vacations.

• Support to help you settle and network in Buenos Aires.

JOB SPECIFICS:

• You will teach a variety of pre-planned classes following our unique and successful method.

• You will create fun social clubs and events.

• You will mentor, coach, motivate and evaluate our adult students, most of whom are professionals aiming to advance in their careers.

REQUIREMENTS:

• Native level of English.

• TEFL certified - CELTA / Trinity / TESOL or 120-hour in-class equivalent preferred.

• Minimum of a Bachelor's degree.

• 2 Years teaching experience preferred.

• Energetic, with excellent interpersonal skills, patient and friendly. Inspiring and supportive to staff and students.

• Full time / Part time availability.

TO APPLY:

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


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 lesson we were learning about teaching productive skills. Productive skills include speaking and writing. We learned about differencies between accuracy and fluency. Which one is more important and also exact speaking activities during class. How to encourage students, techniques to encourage students and typical free and creative activity lesson. We also went through simple ESA lesson.The Past Tense Unit has come much easier to me in comparison to the Present Tense Unit. I feel confident in teaching this specific unit. This unit has still been a great help to go over, as it is not something we all know from the back of our heads. Throughout this chapter I found myself more fond in the material. I also seemed to reference the present tense unit as I read through this chapter.

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