Job Teaching English in Melbourne, Australia

Date posted:2010-12-02 | Writer: Ozford College | Email: [email protected]

Ozford is located in the heart of the Melbourne Central Business District. We are seeking TEFL qualified emergency teachers for our English Language Centre. Applicants should be enthusiastic with a love for teaching and learning.

Applicants should have a dedicated and enthusiastic approach to teaching with the desire to deliver high quality education in a dynamic College.

It is essential for successful candidates to have the following credentials:

    * Must possess Working with Children Check (if do not have one, must be willing to apply for one at own cost).
    * Is VIT registered.
    * must have a minimum of an undergraduate degree plus a TEFL / TESOL qualification and experience in ELICOS teaching.
    * IELTS and Certificate IV TESOL training experience would be highly regarded.

If this sounds like you, we would love to hear from you. Email a cover letter with your resume tothe e-mail address given on the job heading.
 
We thank you for your interest in Ozford. Please note that ONLY SHORT LISTED CANDIDATES WILL BE CONTACTED

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.

 

Unit XVI was a grammar unit focusing on the use of conditional and reported speech. As a native english speaker, I have not given much though to the multiple forms of conditionals, nor the intricacies of reported speech. Throughout this entire course I am definitely realizing that i take a far amount of my knowledge of english for granted, and that there is more going on in what I say then I had realized.This unit discusses key points of being a [good] teacher and identifies key teacher roles. Depending on the necessary outcome, a teacher might be playing different roles and applying different teaching techniques for different students. The unit also discusses different types of learners among language students and then lists fluency levels, including the six-level system established by Council of Europe.

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