Regular Opportunities Teaching EFL in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Date posted:2011-09-28 | Writer: American English Center | Email: [email protected]

The American English Center is an institute devoted to training in Business English and has regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. Currently, we are looking for a native English speaking teacher to give a course in a company downtown at 1351 Cordoba avenue on Fridays from 12 to 1 PM (or it can be any day at 12 or 1 PM, one hour once a week), starting next week. It is an individual class and the student wants to practice conversation. We also have another course in a student´s house at 2651 Alberdi avenue (Flores), one hour twice a week, it can be on Tuesdays, Thursdays or Fridays from 7 to 8 PM or on Saturdays in the morning after 10 AM, starting next week. It is an individual class, the student has an intermediate level and want to practice conversation.Come and join our staff of experienced teachers. Benefits include ongoing support and training. We pay $32 (pesos) an hour. If you are interested, contact Karina Feldman by email at the address given on the job heading. Please feel free to send us your CV at any time, which we will save in our database and contact you when we have a suitable course to cover. Karina FeldmanAmerican English CenterYerbal 556 7°A - Cap. Fed.Tel./ fax : 4901-7099cel.: (15)5967-9107

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.


The future tense is very complex. There are many different tenses and ideas. Future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, be going and infinitive, present simple and present continuous. The teaching ideas in the unit are very useful, like making holiday/birthday plans, going to the game, itinerary form a courier, make predictions based on evidence are very interesting.This was an informative unit that covers receptive skills: reading and listening, which are equally as important for teaching! You cannot just ignore teaching these as they help the students understand the materials they are reading. Make sure to choose texts and materials based on what students like and that are on their language level so it's easier to understand and does not discourage the students.