Job Teaching TEFL in Sao Paulo, Brazil

Date posted:2009-06-18 | Writer: Centro Cultural Explore Cultura! | Email: [email protected]

Our team is looking to hire dynamic, creative TEFL teachers, working mostly with advanced level adult students. Requirements include experience in ESL teaching, positive attitude, creativity, patience and not only the ability to work with others but also to work under superivision. Must be able to accept constructive criticism. This is an opportunity to learn and share what you already know! Contact us at the e-mail address on the job heading to find out more about this great opportunity.

About Jaboticabal: Jaboticabal has a population of about 70,000. Unesp, a reknowned agricultrual and veterinary college is located in Jaboticabal as well as the University of Sao Luiz, a liberal arts college and Fatec, college of technology. There are many restaurants and bars, being a small town, you have the comfort of safety but lacks options in entertainment however, you have the option to travel to Riberao Preto- 40 minutes away. Riberao is a big city- 300,000 habitants, there you can find McDonalds, great shops, great restaurants, theatre, concerts and much more.

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.


The unit covered one of the most problematic subjects for teachers who are not native speakers. While modals and passive voice seem to be rather easy subjects to understand phrasal verbs require a lot of memorising. What's more, quite often phrasal verbs do not follow any logic that can be worked out and defined. Thus, the final statement \"Don't be affraid of phrasal verbs!\" was like an energy boost for me.i definitely understand the differences between the first and second lesson and it made a massive difference for those students. the teacher in the first lesson did a very poor job, he was soft spoken, dismissive and rude. The second teacher in the lesson did a much better job, he was loud, clear, polite, nice and respectful. he asked for input from the students that helped them understand the lesson at hand.