Job Teaching EFL in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Date posted:2018-07-26 | Writer: Tuprofedeingles | Email: [email protected]

Tuprofedeingles, a language school in the Caballito area of Buenos Aires, has opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers who have some teaching experience and plan to stay in Buenos Aires until at least the end of the year.  We offer private classes at the students' home, their offices as well as at the teacher's home or some public place within the Federal Capital. Classes are also offered through skype for those students who are not in Capital, or if they prefer it.

Candidates must be confident teaching all ages and levels from children to adults and basic to advanced. For example, our Business English courses are designed with the aim of providing executives and professionals with the tools to manage with confidence in a globalized and highly professionalized world.


Compensation: $190 the hour + transportation

Employment type: part-time


Please contact us via email at the address given on the job heading, attaching your CV with current address and availability.       


Altolaguirre 2002-2100,


Buenos Aires,


TEL: +54 11 4587-2428

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 7 discusses reading strategies and how to teach them. These range from predicting the topic of the article by its name, to skimming the article to get a general idea of the topic, to grasping in-depth meaning. This unit also explaines how to prepare reading materials that both enhance the students' reading abilities and is interesting to them as well. ESA is once again reviewed.I like the idea of a teacher being open to exploring teaching methodologies that would work best for the student' level,situation and culture.The different methodologies discussed are very helpful for teachers in designing classroom learning activities.Personally, I like the idea of the Engage, Study and Activate as it gives opportunities to students for a more inter-active learning.