Volunteer for TEFL in Nepal

Date posted:2005-03-08 | Writer: Third Window | Email: [email protected]

Third Window Elementary School

Volunteer teachers sought for English and all subjects

Third Window is a non-profit organization focusing on alleviating the suffering of poor children in Nepal. We are going to be opening a school in Nepal in August (this date is tentative)for students ages 6-12

We are looking for 2-5 English Teachers, a Science teacher, and a math teacher. Housing and food will be provided as well as a small stipend (around $300, whcih in Nepal goes a very long way)

Experience preferred but commitment is more important. we are looking for teachers willing to stay for a 6 or 12 month period. Liberal vacation will be provided. (at least three weeks every 6 months)

Please send cv to:

[email protected]

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 discussed the most commonly used forms of the future tense. It described in detail the structure of each, provided examples, and listed the various usages. Moreover, it provided teaching activity ideas to best help the students understand the concepts of the future tense. The most useful part of this unit was the list of usages and the examples provided, as it truly allowed for the tense to be understood thoroughly.This unit discusses the different ways to encourage students to use productive skills during each lessons. This chapter also focuses on games and activities, offering examples of how to make each lessons engaging as well as educational. This unit also touches on how to use activities as teaching opportunities after they have played out - e.g. by recording the lesson and playing it back, or by providing students with feedback.