TEFL in Alberta, Canada

Date posted:2008-01-28 | Writer: Bow Valley College | Email: [email protected]

Bow Valley College serves more than 11,000 students in over 20 locations across southern Alberta. We provide training in academic upgrading and English as a Second Language, and offer certificate and diploma programs for health and business careers.

Opportunities exist in the ESL & Languages Department for substitute instructors. Using your excellent organizational and interpersonal skills, you will ensure the successful delivery of ESL classes as assigned. Your ability to teach all levels of ESL will be an asset.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bachelors’ degree is required together with an ESL qualification.
• Experience teaching ESL to adults in a classroom setting is also required.

NOTE: Daytime and evening assignments are available. Please state your availability on your application.

CLOSING DATE: Open until suitable candidates are found

Please submit your application on-line by visiting the Employment Opportunities section of our website at: www.bowvalleycollege.ca.

Your future is closer than you think. At Bow Valley College you can make a difference in the lives of our learners. We are as committed to our employees’ success as to our students and offer a competitive pay and benefits package, professional development opportunities and a dynamic team environment in which to work.

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 has given me a clear picture on ways of evaluating student's levels and progress. In my opinion, test is very important for teacher to evaluate student's language skill and to know their strengths and weaknesses. If one is weak at certain part, teacher can reinforce learning by preparing supplementary exercises that suit the student. Besides, I've also learnt various external examinations from this unit.This module was actually really helpful, although I must admit, I am more nervous about teaching the more intermediate groups than the beginners! I might need to present a Scottish dialect purely because Scottish vocabulary and accents are entirely different to the rest of the UK... It is also good to know that I can actually teach elsewhere with this qualification rather than just a classroom, that was new to me!

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