TEFL in Canada - Toronto

Date posted:2006-11-08 | Writer: LEAP | Email: [email protected]


We are looking for a Business ESL teacher for a unique Business English School in the Toronto Area. This is a teaching position, with salary and benefits. The teacher should be Canadian with overseas teaching experience. This person will be responsible for lesson plans, teaching several ESL subject at various levels, and for being an active member of our teaching team. We are looking for a lively, energetic, patient and well organized person. If this position interests you please send your resume/cover letter to [email protected]

 




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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 helped me to break down and understand the way we report speech--a very common practice and experience to native English speakers, but there are indeed other parts of this process to be aware of that won't be as natural to students learning English. With this in mind, I now have a better understanding of how I can convey the ways there are to communicate to another person what someone else has already said.This unit deals with the difficult subjects of conditionals and reported speech. The five main conditional tenses are a tricky area for native and non native speakers alike. Knowing when to use each one is challenging. Reported speech is much more straight forward as the changes can be learned fairly easily.The present tense gets changed to its past equivalent and the past gets changed to the past perfect equivalent.

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