TEFL in Toronto, Canada

Date posted:2008-05-06 | Writer: Epenetus Study | Email: [email protected]

We are a downtown Toronto, Korean ESL student agency that offers a late afternoon, 90 minute, adult ESL intermediate conversation class, 3 times per week. Normally, the class size is 5 students.
We love the students we serve and our success is due to the sense of community we foster with our students. It’s common for our Agency Director to bring dinner for our students or for our teachers and students to become close friends by spending time together outside of work.

We love where we work and we are searching for someone who will also love teaching. You should be creative, outgoing, have a great sense of humour, be a competent teacher and exhibit professionalism. We will trust you to be creative and teach your class as you see fit. We believe in team work and we will support you however we can. You will be teaching for 4.5 hours a week, but we are entrepreneurial minded and we are always open to ideas for new classes.

1. Be a native English speaker.
2. College or University student or a graduate.
3. TESOL / TEFL or previous experience teaching English and working in multicultural environments.
4. Professional and polite attitude with an energetic personality.
5. Professional references from school or previous employment.
Remuneration: $15 - $20/hr depending on experience.

Please apply by e-mail to  [email protected] with your Resume and Cover Letter in Microsoft Word format. You should explain why you are passionate about teaching English, your qualifications as they relate to teaching and lesson plan ideas for an adult ESL intermediate conversation class.

Interviews will take place on meeting date.
Epenetus Study info Agency
Hannah Cho

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.


I feel that I strongly urge to find out some more information on phrasal verbs since that particular grammar piece is so vast and it is so much to learn about. The material here looks intricate to comprehend for me personally and I suppose a little bit more examples would improve situation. Also I did not find teaching ideas for relative clauses and phrasal verbs, and I will have to come up with ideas on my own.Unit 6 covered past tense. This includes past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. It covered form, in which for each it included regular and irregular forms if necessary, different usages for each tens, common mistakes and errors that are often made with the particular tens in discussed in the unit, and possible sample activate teaching ideas that one could do with their students.