Immediate Opportunity Teaching English in Argentina

Date posted:2018-01-25 | Writer: English Actually | Email: [email protected]

English Actually is an ESL school in San Martin area (Greater Buenos Aires), and currently seeking TEFL/TESOL certified teachers.

Our educational approach is functional and student-centered. We aim at creating meaningful learning experiences that will enable our students to communicate in the English language in real life situations. In this scenario, we believe that the educator performs a critical role, acting as a resilient mediator between content and students, guiding them towards language acquisition and successful communication.


·         TEFL/TESOL certified

·         Native level speaker of English who can share their own view of the world and enrich our community in an atmosphere of utmost tolerance and respect -we do not favour any nationalities in particular, and all accents and backgrounds are appreciated. 

·         Friendly personality, willing to adapt to different profiles of students and colleagues, and helping create just the right context for learning experiences to flourish. 

·         Proactive and extremely professional.

·         Staying in Buenos Aires for at least a year.


Please submit your resume and TEFL/TESOL certificate to the email address given on the job heading.

Please include subject line: Application through ITTT board.

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 unit I learned the differences in reading skills, and thought of a few way to apply that not only to my English classes, but the math ones as well. I can have the students skim the chapter for problematic words, and work on those in front of the whole class. That will allow those with slightly weaker skills to see that they aren't alone, and that it's only a matter of exposure.This lesson was far more complicated than I thought. The main reasons being that the irregular verbs were also the auxiliary verbs and that the past perfect, past continuous and past perfect continuous could be easily used to convey similar meanings. The structure of the tenses which are second nature to native speakers were very useful in discerning the differences between the tenses.