Teach English in Adelaide, Australia

Date posted:2013-05-16 | Writer: Adecco Office Support | Email: [email protected]

We currently have a position for a TEFL qualified teacher to provide and deliver quality English lessons to students of various levels. This role is a Monday to Friday position based in various locations around Adelaide. Our client employs approximately 100,000 people across more than 600 contracts in 35 countries including Asia Pacific, UK, Europe, Middle East & North America and has more than 40 years experience delivering public services to millions of people across the globe. This company is dedicated to assisting people with excelling in a new environment as well as developing their skills. They treat people with dignity and respect and are open to all cultures and expect the people to work for them to be like minded.

In order to be successful for this position you will need to have:

Tertiary qualification in education, or equivalent

TESOL / TEFL or equivalent qualification

Successful applicants will be required to:

Maintain a Working with Children's check and

Maintain an Australian Federal Police Check

If you feel that this is the role for you please contact us by e-mail at the address given on the job heading and attach your resume and cover letter.

Adecco House,

165 Grenfell Street,

ADELAIDE SA 5000
Tel: (08) 8306 8200

Fax: (08) 8224 0924

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.

 

There are definitely many strategies, best practices and activities to make the learning productive and enjoyable. A certain strategy may not be applicable and justified to be the best among others in all contexts. However, sharing experiences, enhancing interactions on real issues, letting the students opine, valuing their ideas and using the right vocabulary can make it a experience to remember.This unit was fairly difficult compared to the others so far. While I understood the differences between tenses, I was not aware of the complexities behind them. The example sentences in the text were very helpful in understanding the differences between the four present tenses. The most difficult of the four was understanding the differences between present perfect and present perfect continuous.


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