Job Teaching English in Argentina (3)

Date posted:2016-02-23 | Writer: Further English | Email: [email protected]

Are you energetic and motivated? Do you have experience teaching EFL? If so, this opening may appeal to you. Further School of English is a community of teachers in Buenos Aires` which strives to incorporate global teaching methodologies using real teaching experience in order to continuously develop the best teaching method for its learners. We are looking for those who think outside the box to help us evolve teaching further.


• A range of 12/30 hours a week (kids, teens, adults, In Company classes- you can state a preference in case you have one)

• Competitive salary based on experience

• Block hours

• Free Spanish classes

• Academic Assistance

We give each and every teacher the students’ background plus our experience that allow them to formulate their own ideas to create outstanding lesson plans.

Applicants must possess the following minimum qualifications:

- Bachelors degree

- At least one year (12 months) of ESL/EFL classroom teaching experience

- A local phone number (land or cell)

- Checkable references


To be accepted onto this recruitment, please send your CV to the email address given on the job heading. Please, place "TCH 2/2016" in the subject line. A Cover Letter will make your application look more interesting to us.

Come join us!

Further English School

Directora Mg. Natalia A. García

Sede Parque Patricios:

Catamarca 1824

CABA, Buenos Aires

Tel: 4941-0927 or 3529-7471


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.


I understand the fundamental differences in the language used with all tenses, but it is difficult for me to conceptualize the names present simple, present progressive, present perfect, and present perfect progressive. I am confident that I will be able to teach the different tenses but I would probably need a reference chart so I don't get the names confused, thus confusing my students.This unit provides a quick overview of the use of authentic vs created material in the ESL classroom. Both possess their merits, with created materials being graded while authentic materials are more likely to build confidence and generally be more interesting. The unit also covers the use the book courses, how to go about using them and what do consider when selecting a new course book.