TEFL in Canada - Vancouver

Date posted:2005-11-17 | Writer: EME Vancouver | Email: [email protected]

Education Level required: Bachelor Degree Qualification required: Other Experience required: Any Job starting: Oct 2005 Created: Oct 23 2005

You must be able to teach grammar, listening, idioms, pronunciation, vocabulary and conversation.

We teach adult university students and professionals from all around the world. Students discuss global issues, political history, economy, pop culture, media, gender and sex, family politics and social problems.

Our teachers are prepared to encourage expressive conversation, curb judgement and ensure that each student enjoys equal speaking opportunities. Teachers correct students verbally and in writing, while maintaining a light, friendly and informative atmosphere. Teachers must have extensive knowledge of Canadian culture, laws and travel, and of modern Vancouver living. Our students depend on us to provide advice "insider tips" on clubs, shopping, music, culturally specific restaurants and night spots etc.

Native speakers only. Teachers with recent overseas experience preferred.

Please FAX cover letter and resume to Joanne at 604-687-1289, or email to Rebecca at [email protected]

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.


In this unit, I learn the importance of language congruency.. I also learn about how to maxims e my time to build rapport with the students. In this unit, it share many tips on how to create rapport with the students, that is really insightful to me as I was always concentrating on out come, this unit also help me to understand the diversity of students need different guide to be able to blend into the chinese culture.I learned about multiple techniques for teaching vocab, and teaching language structures. The Engage Study Activate model provides solid groundwork for creating a lesson that is easy to undrerstand, and to carry out. I also learned about language functions, and how to illustrate them. I learned the four tings students must do with new language. The intro beautifully compared grammar (the treetrunk) and vocab (the leaves.)