Teaching English in Goa

Date posted:2015-07-09 | Writer: Incredible English | Email: [email protected]

Incredible English is a boutique residential English school in the amazing and uniquely beautiful state of Goa in south west India, where symbols of a rich history are fused with the present, creating a uniquely Goan atmosphere, whilst the local Indian culture ensures an experience never to be forgotten.

We are looking for a qualified EFL Teacher to teach adult students. Negotiable salary, food and accommodation provided. The school is located in Goa, close to the beach and the main tourist area. There is no better place to stay and teach English. Our fully air-conditioned residential campus has eight well-equipped classrooms, Internet cafe, restaurant, bar, gardens and swimming pool. The school hours are between 9 am to 4 pm. The weekends are free. The school's atmosphere is very relaxed. It is a perfect place for people who are interested in teaching and enjoying the beautiful tropical surroundings.


Fluent in English

Grammar knowledge is a must, (TEFL/TESOL certification preferred)

How to apply:

Email your CV to the address given on the job heading.


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.


In this unit, the basic approach to teaching a new language was discussed. Topics previously covered, including the ESA methods, were revisited and applied to teaching a new language, and was used when thinking about teaching vocabulary, grammatical structures and language functions. I learned these approaches to teaching a new language, and some more tangible applications of the ESA method.This unit talks about the numerous parts of speech found in the English language. I wouldn't say I learnt anything from this unit, but instead it was a refresher unit on everything in the English language I take for granted. As a native English speaker, you don't really think about parts of speech after around the age of 7 because you've already become accustomed to the blueprint of grammar.