EFL Teacher Needed in Chile

Date posted:2013-06-11 | Writer: Institute of Authentic English | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for an EFL instructor to join our small institute in the far North of Chile. We are an English Institute offering small high quality classes to a variety of ages. Benefits include food and board, and a small stipend. If your goal is to experience South America in a safe, pleasant location, we have a lot to offer you! We are looking for someone to begin between now and September. Once you have passed a 3 month probationary period, we will give you a contract, and guarantee a ticket home, or will reimburse you for the cost. We are looking for a commitment until the end of the following school year (December, 2014). We require someone with demonstrable previous experience teaching, and references. We prefer someone who, at the minimum, possesses an undergraduate degree and TEFL qualification. We are only interested in hiring native speakers. For more information, contact the director (Kate Delgado) via e-mail at the address given on the job heading.

Blanco Encalada #314,

1000000 Arica, Chile

TEL: (09) 8587 4132

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, course books and lesson materials were explored to discuss their application in the classroom. This module outlined differences between authentic and created materials, as well as the disadvantages of using course books when teaching. I learned, in this unit, to be critical of course books and lesson materials, and to use them as an aid in the classroom to supplement other materials.In this lesson, I learned about teaching special groups. This includes multilingual groups, beginners, business English, and children. In this lesson, Various methods are listed to teach these groups. Some of these methods are maintaining class discipline and management, engaging the students, and keeping language clear and concise. These methods are nice because they can be used in the classroom.