Teach EFL in Toronto, Canada

Date posted:2010-09-21 | Writer: Explanations Unlimited | Email: [email protected]

As an educational institution certified by the federal government, Explanations Unlimited has been providing private tutoring in clients' Toronto-area homes and workplaces since 1980. We offer instruction in all academic subjects, from Kindergarten - University, and Adult Upgrading. Our instructors teach part-time, and travel to their clients' preferred location, by car or TTC. Due to on-going student requests, Explanations Unlimited hires year-round, and is currently looking for enthusiastic ESL instructors to provide private lessons to our clients. For 2010, a total of 100 new tutoring positions in various subjects are currently available throughout Toronto & surrounding regions to tutor part-time in clients' homes & workplaces. Benefits include a competitive hourly rate, plus bonuses. Base hourly rate is commensurate with academic qualifications, previous experience, and scope of job description. To apply, please submit the following documents by fax to 416-730-8553, or by email to the address given on the job heading. Please note that email attachments are preferred formatted as MS Word documents (.doc files).    * A recent resume detailing all relevant education and experience    * A cover letter, stating why you feel qualified to tutor, and your preferred Job Description (including your preferred tutoring subjects & grades, availability, method of transportation, and the territories you are willing to service).    * Proof of qualifications, such as copies of: A Teacher Qualification Record Card, University transcripts, High School report cards, certificates, teaching reports, & letters of reference

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.


This unit is quite insightful with regards to dealing with issues that a teacher can be face in a classroom. This unit, I feel, could also help with class management and class discipline, as one has various solutions for various issues. Obviously as a teacher progresses, he or she may face different challenges, but will figure out solutions as they go on. We learn from our various experiences in teaching.Apart from a few units such as unit one and two, I feel like the rest units are designed for ESA teaching method; how to plan and teach any language lesson effectively. This unit also describes how to teach productive skills effectively by providing sample ESA lesson plans. Suggesting how to use games in classroom and providing a number of web links make this unit much more interesting and worth learning.