Teach English in Ottawa, Canada

Date posted:2011-03-31 | Writer: ABCE Language School | Email: [email protected]

ABCE Language School Inc. was founded in 1995 by Moe Chaouni, who is a highly experienced language teacher and evaluator with many years of experience teaching and testing adults. Our school is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Ottawa. We provide top quality language instruction to a variety of clients, such as: Federal Government of Canada, embassies, private businesses, museums, and private individuals. We have regular opportunities for capable TEFL qualified teachers who are well-spoken, erudite and well-groomed individuals.Requirements for teachers at ABCE Language School:    * Canadian Citizen, Landed Immigrant or work permit holders    * Minimum undergraduate degree in one of the following disciplines: Education, Linguistics, Translation, English, French, or other degree + relevant work experience and TEFL / TESOL qualified.    * Complete mastery of the language being taught    * Bilingualism is an asset Candidates that meet these requirements are invited to submit their curriculum vitae with a covering letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading, or by post to:Moe Chaouni, DirectorABCE Language School Inc.130 Slater StreetSuite 500Ottawa, OntarioK1P 6E2

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.


First of all, it was surprising to me to have learned that there are 12 tenses in English! I have studied German, Russian and Afrikaans, and until now, had no idea of the complexity of the English tense system. Hence, this was a very important chapter for me, as a student and as a future teacher. The material in this chapter will present some challenging, yet exciting, course curricula for my students.This unit goes over common problem situations. It lists the various problems and multiple solutions to the problems that are listed. For me, the first lessons section was extremely helpful. I would have most likely thought that teaching out of the book would have been a good idea, but I now know it is better to not do that. I will much more likely do a rapport building exercise that is suggested instead.