TEFL in Brazil

Date posted:2008-03-05 | Writer: Wall Street Institute | Email: [email protected]

Wall Street Institute is the premier source for English instruction for individuals and corporate clients around the world. Utilizing both company–owned and franchised centers, Wall Street Institute has provided instruction to over 1.5 million students with a current enrollment of 150,000 people across its over 350 centers in 25 countries in Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.

We're looking for friendly, dynamic, and qualified people to join the Wall Street Institute global team. Working at Wall Street Institute provides you with the opportunity to help others speak English as a second language to improve their personal and professional lives. As part of the global Wall Street Institute team, you will be exposed to intercultural exchange and exciting career opportunities. 

All Wall Street Institute Centers follow a standard design that promotes a comfortable and open environment with state of the art technology and professional teaching materials.

For more information about Wall Street Institute in Brazil, please send an e-mail to [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.


I think that this lesson has been so far the most simple way to learn how to teach students, how the ESA Grammar work, patchwork, boomerang and strait arrow. I think that by studying the ITTT course it makes my Job easy, so could focus in the next theme. I could see also that we are all connected in some way, because of our language, this makes some one relate their own language with the one learning ( English) .Unit two covered parts of speech, including the general rules of how they are used in a sentence. This has broadened my understanding of how the English language works, and how to teach more advanced English students to construct a sentence using the correct combination of words. It has also made me aware of common mistakes students are likely to make, and be able to address these early before they become habits.