Teach EFL in Argentina (2)

Date posted:2013-02-13 | Writer: Further School of English | Email: [email protected]

Reputable School of English in Capital Federal, with more than 15 years of experience, is looking for dynamic and experienced EFL teachers to work with Kids, Teens and Adults, International exams and in company. If you have a level preferred, please state that in your email.
Our teaching methodology focuses on the importance of a captivating education so we need dynamic, creative, and committed teachers to teach English enthusiastically. 

You need to have:
.- CELTA, TESOL or TEFL certification is a must
- previous teaching experience
-  have excellent interpersonal skills- patient, responsible and empathetic 
- Inspiring and supportive to staff and Students. 
- experience on Cambridge Exams preparation the same as on TOEFL is a plus
- in company working experience is a plus

-provide a young, vibrant work environment.  
- provide our teachers with tons of resources to be used in their classes the same as a constant assistance on their teaching development 
- approachable coordinating team
- offer block hours throughout the entire school year

If you are a friendly, responsible and personable teacher with creative ideas and commitment to teamwork, send your CV to us at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Please place "Teachers recruitment 2013" on the subject line

·         Location: Capital Federal

·         Compensation: $45/$50

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.


This unit is an overview of the course content. It highlights some speaking points/learning points. Also, it provides a brief outline of the direction of the units. This course structure is a bit different from the initial TEFL cert, which makes sense as the coursework is about 100 hours less than the original course. Very interesting and helpful as an overview and building onto existing knowledge.Conditionals can be a confusing aspect of the English language to grasp.The First and Second conditionals are an important part of academic language: the conditional is the way we speak about possibilities or probabilities. The third conditional is used to discuss the past. This lesson focuses on helping students improve their recognition of the structure and use it more frequently in conversation.