TEFL in Sydney, Australia

Date posted:2008-02-05 | Writer: ABC Study Group PTY.Ltd | Email: [email protected]

A growing English language college in Sydney CBD is seeking enthusiastic, experienced and fun teachers who can start work immediately. The college provides General English courses and IELTS Preparation courses to adults, and High School Preparation Program to high school aged students. We currently have casual positions available for our General English courses, teaching either Pre-intermediate or Upper-intermediate classes. Teaching hours are 20 or 24 hours per week and pay will be determined by qualification and experience.

The successful applicants should have:
- a teaching qualification, such as TEFL or equivalent. 
- excellent communication skills in both speaking and writing
- an engaging manner and great enthusiasm for teaching
- the ability to motivate students to improve their skills

Please send your resume and availability to Hannah Park at  [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.

 

Unit 18 wasn`t that easy to understand. Especially the explanation about the Phrasal Verbs. In the beginning I didn’t really understand the distinction between Type1, Type2 and Type3. I would recommend some more examples for better/clear understanding. I liked the introduction and explanation of using passive voice and the teaching idea; to let students write a general knowledge quiz to use passive examples.I am glad this unit was covered so efficiently as the differences in the past tenses have eluded me in the past. Past simple is to be used when referencing a fully completed action, past continuous is to be used when the action is interrupted, past perfect is the past in the past and past perfect continuous is an action that started and ended in the past. It is easier to see the slight differences after this unit.


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