Teaching English in Pakistan

Date posted:2013-11-14 | Writer: The Kaghan Memorial Trust | Email: [email protected]

The Kaghan Memorial Trust is a non-profit charitable organisation that is currently establishing the first of a number of schools providing free education for underprivileged children in the Kaghan Valley, in northern Pakistan. This is an excellent opportunity for TEFL teachers wishing to bring a real and sustainable difference to a severely deprived community. It will also allow the volunteer to experience a rich and frequently misunderstood part of the world.

The Trust provides its volunteers with accommodation, meals, one return air ticket per year for travel between their home country and Islamabad, visa expenses, local health cover, local transport facilities and a monthly stipend of Pak. Rs. 10,000 (approx US $117) to cover incidental expenses.

How to apply:

Interested candidates may apply by writing to Mr. Khurram Khan, Managing Trustee KMT at the email address given on the job heading. All applications should be accompanied by a covering letter, a detailed resume, a photo and a copy of your passport (or NIC in the case of Pakistani applicants). The closing date for applications is December 30, 2013. Short listed candidates will be contacted for further information including references. An interview may also be scheduled at a later stage.

The Kaghan Memorial Trust

House #1, Old Firing Range Drive

Main Bani Gala Road, Bani Gala

Islamabad

44000

Pakistan

Tel: +92 51 8436974

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 tenses are used to express ideas and thoughts with future meanings. Teaching future tenses can be very challenging for ESL students to grasp the concept. It be appropriate for teachers to adopt simple strategies to handle the topic in class. The future tenses will help teachers as well as learners to appreciate how to use English language to express thoughts and feelings in the future.I have had the opportunity to teach phrasal verbs to students and there are many to review in such little time. But when applied in sentences and usage, it is easier for students to get familiar with them. There are so many and if we just change a couple of words, the meaning is much different. Modal verbs are much easier for students as they have a strict rule to follow regarding their writing.

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