Positions in Argentina For TEFL Qualified Teachers

Date posted:2017-03-02 | Writer: EDI Mina Clavero | Email: [email protected]

EDI (Escuela de Ingles) has opportunities for qualified and just graduated EFL teachers. We are a small school in a town called Mina Clavero, which is 160 kilometers away from Cordoba City. We have around 70 students of all ages and levels.  We are the only official examination center for TOEFL, TOEFL Junior and TOEIC exams in the area. Classes are small, we have an average of 4/5 students per class. So, it is a great opportunity for TEFL teachers with little or no experience at all.

Mina Clavero is a domestic tourist destination surrounded by mountains and rivers. The place is ideal for people who love outdoors activities such as trekking, mountain bike, paragliding, birdwatching, etc. People here are friendly and open minded, and it is a great place to practice Spanish. The area is extremely secure and full of interesting places.

BENEFITS:

•             Free Spanish classes once a week.

•             Accommodation with WIFI connection, cable tv and swimming pool included.

•             Daily lunch and ARS 1000 per week

•             Transfers in/out from Cordoba City Airport.

•             Free mountain bike to move around town.

REQUIREMENTS:

•             Native level English speaker, preferably TEFL certified

•             Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities.

•             Minimum staying of two to three months.

•             28 working hours per week.

TO APPLY:

Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

•             Resume

•             University graduation diploma, with TEFL/TESOL certificate

•             Copy of passport first page

Contact: Christian Gonzalez

Telephone:  +54 9 3544 441659, +54 9 3544 477232

Skype: chrisynoe

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 have learned about the modal auxiliary verbs and their usage and when it is appropriate to use may or can in a sentence. I learned role-play is a great way to teach the model auxiliary verbs. Before I answered the passive voice questions I used the table and looked for tenses and the participles. I learned about the three categories in relative clauses and also about the phrasal verbs.Unit 9, for me, is quite important as it covers books and materials, as I become a teacher. It is important to chose the correct workbook/materials for my students. This helps me differentiate what is most important in putting together a learning pattern for the students I'll be teaching. Moreover, it's a practicing experience for me, the teacher to be, to be more creative. Very helpful.

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