TEFL in Canada (Toronto)

Date posted:2003-10-29 | Writer: Canadian Connection | Email: [email protected]

Location: Toronto, Ontario
Date: January 4th - 31st 2004


Canadian Connection will be hosting a group of 30 Korean teachers from middle and high schools for a 4 week Language Enhancement/Teaching Methodology Program and is currently looking for a few more qualified teachers to join our team. Applicants must have at least one of the following credentials:



1) B.ed with teaching/ESL experience
2) Masters in related field (TEFL, Education, Linguistics etc)
3) Recognized TESOL/TEFL certification


(Experience with Korean students is beneficial)


Teaching hours will range from 12 to 15 hours per week and will be allocated in the mornings for the most part. This position will involve curriculum preparation/meetings beforehand and participation in a few extra curricular activities at a negotiable wage. Besides the above qualifications we are looking for teachers that are very enthusiastic and interactive in their approach


Salary per teaching hour: $20 to $25 per hour according to qualifications


Those interested should forward their resumes via email or fax to:


Canadian Connection c/o Shane Finnie
[email protected]
fax: 416-924-2269
phone: 416-924-2164


834 Yonge Street, #206
Toronto, Ontario
M4W 2H1

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.

 

Hmmm. The phrasing of most of these questions in the NEGATIVE was definitely a challenge even when I thought I knew a fair bit about managing groups of people (not necessarily in the classroom). Managing the class has a lot to do with the teacher/learner dynamic, as well as the group of students as a whole. It is interesting that expectations are better set at the beginning and potentially relaxed rather than the other way around.As a native speaker I often take grammar for granted when speaking at meetings or having a casual conversation. Upon completing this unit it refreshed my memory of the technical terms used in sentence structuring, such as, proper, countable and uncountable nouns, transitive and intransitive verbs, gerunds and pronouns. As an ESL teacher it is important that he can communicate the proper term (category) of each word to the students.


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