Volunteer TEFL Positions in Nepal

Date posted:2010-12-06 | Writer: FACE Nepal | Email: [email protected]

Do you want to experience Nepal first hand - living in a local community, forming long-term friendships and experiencing Nepal, its people and its culture authentically? FACE Nepal has worked with its partners to create two learning centres in Tharu villages in Chitwan. We need volunteer TEFL teachers to run English classes for the children and adults in these villages We have regular opportunities for TEFL teachers who want to volunteer as teachers in  government schools or community learning centres. Our volunteers live, eat and make enduring connections with a welcoming Nepalese host family during their work with FACE Nepal. Experience the Nepalese way of life first hand! For more details of our volunteer programme contact us at the e-mail 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.


This unit has given me ideas on how to effectively teach learners new vocabulary items. When I introduce new words to my learners, I usually give them at least three sample sentences with the new word and then I ask them to identify what part of speech it is. After that, we go straight to the speaking exercise and try to use the word again and again. Usually, what I do works but for beginners, it doesn't.This section presents one of the most complex forms of the English language \"future tenses\". In this section you learn how to represent ideas of the future whether they be predictions, certainties, promises, speculation, intentions, plans, etc. There are seven common different tenses each with corresponding rules of usage. I felt this section was a little confusing and hope to brush up on it again soon.