TEFL Job in Toronto, Canada

Date posted:2009-06-09 | Writer: LSC Language Studies Canada | Email: [email protected]

Since 1962, Language Studies Canada (LSC) has been providing students from around the world with a complete immersion experience. We offer high-quality academic studies, social activities, and carefully selected accommodation in Canada's four most popular cities: Calgary, Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver.

LSC classrooms are light and bright with ample space for each student.

We are currently seeking qualified teachers of English in Toronto. Only applicants who have a recognised TESOL / TEFL / CELTA and university degree completed will be considered.

A CELTA or TESOL / TEFL CANADA RECOGNIZED certificate is also required (Oxford Seminars and Global TESOL need NOT apply as they are not TESL CANADA recognized). LSC gives preference to those who already have experience in teaching English as a Foreign Language to adults.

Please email your resume to the attention of the Director of Studies at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Or you may fax your resume to 416-488-2225.

ONLY CANADIAN CITIZENS, LANDED IMMIGRANTS IN CANADA OR OTHERWISE LEGALLY ABLE TO WORK IN CANADA NEED APPLY. LSC will not help applicants to obtain authorization to work in Canada.

If you are overseas, please clearly indicate your Canadian status and when you will be back in Canada. We need applicants for this summer. If you will be IN CANADA June, July and August 2009, we want to hear from you. If not, please do not apply.

Only applicants qualifying for an interview will be contacted.

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.

 

From the comparison of these two videos, I have clearly known the difference between effective lessons and ineffective ones. In a well managed class, teacher has to be energetic, encouraging, well-planned and with different gestures and explanation to help students understand the lesson better. And for the first video, the teacher makes the class very boring and students can't get the main points very clearlyThis unit is very helpful in explaining the different cognitional clauses, their various, forms functions and usages. This unit also looks at reported and direct speech, how verbs and pronouns change, as well as how tenses take one step back from present- to past tense. Apart from the grammar rules, this unit also suggests practical and fun ways of implementing the work in class through role play activities.

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