TEFL Job in Australia

Date posted:2012-09-24 | Writer: Langports | Email: [email protected]

Langports is a privately owned English Language College with campuses in the Brisbane CBD and on the Gold Coast (Surfers Paradise). We pride ourselves on offering students an exceptional educational experience from the moment they walk in our door. We are looking for experienced EFL Teachers to join the academic department of our Brisbane Campus to teach our General English program (UFO). These positions are available on a casual basis to start ASAP.
 
The successful candidate must meet NEAS requirements and will work to support the College’s academic program by delivering well planned and effective lessons to students from different nationalities and proficiency levels.
 
Strong organization and communication skills, initiative, attention to detail and accuracy are essential.
 
The candidates must be well presented, innovative, professional and have a great work ethic.

To apply for this position please forward your application, including two referees, and an up to date resume to the College Principal at the e-mail address given on the job heading.


Langports Brisbane
192 Ann St 
GPO Box 3213
Brisbane QLD 4001 Australia
PH: +61 7 3229 9196
Langports Gold Coast
62 Appel St 
PO Box 955
Surfers Paradise QLD 4217 Australia Australia
PH: +61 7 55920110

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.

 

In this unit, the main focus is on the use of classroom equipment and teaching aids, it also talked about how each of the different ones should be used in context with different lessons. It discussed the different advantages and disadvantages that each type of equipment has and when they should be used. Overall, this will be helpful when I use different types of teaching technology in the classroom.It was so upsetting to watch the first lesson. I felt awful for those poor students, not understanding and being afraid of the teacher. What a difference from the same teacher in the second lesson, he was so alive and captivating. He made it fun and the time went by quickly. I´m sure the students walked away from the second lesson feeling like they had learned something and would remember it.


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