Immediate Opportunity in Brazil For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-08-30 | Writer: Maple Leaf English School | Email: [email protected]

Are you interested in teaching EFL in Brazil? Hi, we are Maple Leaf English School, owned by two Canadians, located in Minas Gerais in the southeast of Brazil. We are looking for visiting foreign native English speakers (American ,Canadian, British or Australian – non-native-speaking applications not accepted) who would like to teach English with us for 4 months or longer in a quiet town (next semester is from now until December). We are looking for a sociable, adaptive, non-smoking people person – with teaching experience and a university degree.   Communication skills and travel experience are a must. Female preferred.


We offer free shared accommodation (with one roommate), plus salary. The weekly teaching hours will be 26. Salary will be R$2650 a month. (Exchange rate today U$1 = R$3.2) We offer a R$2650 bonus at the end of the contract to help cover airfare. Our students’ ages go from 7 to 70 and classes are divided by age groups with a max of 6 kids and 5 adults.

It’s a great opportunity to meet new friends and learn another culture and language. Eligible applicants can speak to other teachers who are teaching here or have taught here about their experiences with our school.  


For more information, contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.      

Maple Leaf English School

R. José Rodrigues Menezes,

93 - Timirim,

Timóteo - MG,



Phone: +55 31 3849-1017

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In this unit, various classroom scenarios that teachers may encounter in their teaching career. Techniques and activities that can be used when teaching specific groups are explained. Young and beginners and business English learner would be examples to specific groups. The classes can be either monolingual or multilingual. They all have specific needs and different characteristics.This unit covers the disadvantages and advantages to teaching one to one as well as teaching groups. Ideas for handling the disadvantages are given. This unit also discusses the development of teaching methods ending with recommended method Engage, Study, Activate method. This method teaches both receptive skills (listening and reading) and productive skills (speaking and writing).