Immediate Job Opening for EFL Teacher in Argentina

Date posted:2014-04-07 | Writer: Network Idiomas | Email: [email protected]

Network Idiomas is looking for native level EFL Teachers of English to be in charge of conversation classes as from now until mid-November in our Avellaneda Branch (about 25 minutes away from San Telmo by bus). There is also the possibility of openings for Business English Classes in the area as well.

Our Avellaneda Branch is located in the southern suburbs of Buenos Aires. That means that there is a little commuting to be done (about 25 minutes away from San Telmo / Congreso area). However, we offer many positive points, which will compensate the commuting, such us:

An excellent, supportive work atmosphere.

All teaching materials are provided.

Professional support for teachers.

Our students are possibly the friendliest in town!

A professional, organized and established organization founded in 1992.

Punctual pay terms.

If you don`t mind the short commuting, we will be happy to interview you.

We are looking for EFL professionals ...

who are already in Buenos Aires.

who do not live far from the school (San Telmo, Centro, Congreso neighbourhoods are not far)

with teaching credentials such as TEFL /TESOL and / or teaching experience..

who share our passion for teaching.

who are friendly, outgoing and energetic.

who are responsible and punctual.

who enjoy teaching adults and teenagers.

who will be available at least until mid November 2014.

We welcome people who share our values!

Apply for a teaching / administrative job at Network today.

Send your resume to 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.

 

This chapter was an unexpected and welcome twist to the units. It is one thing to read and retain the material that I will need to master to become a quality teacher, but to watch a video of how an ESA variation is implemented, both rightly and wrongly, is a fantastic boost. This gave me some pointers and really showed me what a class can be like if I am showing no enthusiasm for what I m doing.I learned many things about the way to discipline the children. I didn't realize that pointing at a student could be a bad thing. Also, I never thought of waiting until the question was asked to give the name of the student that is supposed to answer it. Plus, I learned different ways to set up the classroom for different activities and what the reasons are behind certain seating arrangements.

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