Job Teaching EFL in Brazil

Date posted:2014-07-30 | Writer: Excellent Global Idiomas | Email: [email protected]

Excellent Global has been in Uberlandia, South Eastern Brazil, for 16 years and we have partnerships with many major companies such as Monsanto, Coca-Cola, Algar Tech, Cargill, Syngenta, Amex, Everis, KPMG and Toutatis. We are currently looking for Native English EFL teachers to teach Intermediate and Advanced English. Students range from University to Middle and Senior Management.

The type of classes will vary, for example:

-Business English;

-Free Conversation;

-Technical English;

-Job interviews;

-Exam preparation.

Class schedules are variable; the majority are morning and evening classes. The classes are taught to small groups or individuals.

REQUIRED:

- Travel insurance (Health and Dental) contracted in country of origin compulsory, for the duration of your stay.

-University degree; currently studying or completed.

-TEFL certification preferred.

BENEFITS:

-Salary will be calculated on an hourly basis, the hourly rate is approximately US$ 7;

-Initial Rent assistance for 2 months;

-Free Portuguese classes; 

TO APPLY:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Excellent Global Idiomas

Cipriano Del Favero, 425

Uberlândia

Minas Gerais

38400106 - Brazil

Phone   +55 34 3214-1311

Contact person Matheus Ribeiro, Manager

 

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 7 is similar to Unit 3 in that both units show how to apply teaching methods and techniques in class but unit 7 shows a indepth approach for it deals with specific language characteristics namely, vocabulary, grammatic structure and functions. It has been helpful because it has provided depth to what will actually be expected of me, as a teacher, to ensure that students grasp the language.This unit goes over the ways teachers can track the progress, retention and previous knowledge of English. By using student evaluations, tests and tutorials you can get feedback to see where students need improvement and to take stock of how far they've progressed. The unit also discusses the external tests English learners can take in order to achieve job and academic placement or citizenship.

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