Teaching English Informally in Argentina

Date posted:2018-03-08 | Writer: Spanglish Exchange | Email: info@spanglishexchange.com

In Buenos Aires for a few months and want to use your TEFL skills to meet people and improve your Spanish? Spanglish Exchange, a long established club, are looking for native English speakers to teach slang and idiomatic expressions at regular events! This is an ideal way to start using your TEFL skills in an informal environment. Teaching experience is a plus, but no Spanish language skills are necessary. Ideally you are fun, live in Palermo or Recoleta, and want to share your vast knowledge of pop culture with locals.

Must be available for evening and late evening hours (9/10/11pm) at least one event per week. The emphasis is on education through entertainment.

Our format of one-on-one “mini-conversations” that last for 10 minutes (5 in Spanish, 5 in English), give you the chance to practice your conversation skills with multiple native speakers. The idea is that more is better!

Thursdays - Brukbar (Oro 1801 - Palermo) at 9pm

Friday - BrukBar (Oro 1801 - Palermo) at 10pm

Saturdays - Brukbar (Oro 1801 - Palermo) at 10pm

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading, or phone us at the number below.

Spanglish Exchange

Buenos Aires

TEL: +54 (911) 6661-5665

 

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 covers various ways to teach different aspects of a language, such as a vocabulary, grammar, and functional languages. It covers what a student should know and suggests activities for each of the stages of a lesson. After finishing this unit I become aware that lessons focused on different aspects of the language can be more varied, especially focused on language functions.This unit is centered around making a good lesson plan.planning a lesson before the class shows prepared the teacher is.This helps both the teacher and students not to get lost in the class.I also learned it's always good for the teacher to arrive some few minuts earlier before the students so as to get ready for the class.With this,the teacher can gain more respect from the students.

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