Employment teaching English in Chile

Date posted:2006-01-31 | Writer: Comunicorp | Email: [email protected]

Comunicorp contracts only Teaching English as a Foreign Language (TEFL)-certified teachers. Most contracted staff are employed from April through mid-December, although some positions may be available as late as June. Comunicorp works with multinational companies located in Santiago and in sites outside the city, teaching both general and business English to all proficiency levels. Courses for children are also offered at private homes and in school settings. We have been in this business for just over ten years and have experienced steady growth in the number of teachers hired from abroad and in our client base. If you are interested in working with Comunicorp, send us a resume, a recent photo and at least one letter of recommendation from a previous employer, along with a letter stating your interest in a position with Comunicorp and in what time frame. E-mail applications are the easiest way to make contact at: [email protected] with the Human Resource Director, Diane Greenstein. We can also be reached by phone: 56-2-234-1010.

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.


The imporatnce of course book and learning material is dicussed in this unit as the process of choosing a right course book is a daunting task as it is som tyms based on our impression and expectations of what teaching material should look like so the advantages and disadvantages of course books are discuused and the imporatnce of creativity we cannot deny which we can say is the most important part of languge learning.And here we are at the end! Overcoming problems is of course one of the most important aspects of teaching, and the issues covered in this short unit will be issues that I will come across (indeed, I have already come across!) over the next few years of teaching. Being sensitive to these issues and addressing them will skill and subtlety will be one of my biggest challenges as a teacher, but I look forward to it greatly!