Teach English in Chile (2)

Date posted:2008-03-30 | Writer: BridgeLinguatec Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

BridgeLinguatec Language Institute will soon be hiring English teachers for its Santiago, Chile school. We offer professional, personalized classes to executives and business people in Santiago throughout the year. We are internationally certified and are committed to providing the highest quality language services to our clients.

To qualify candidates should be:

• Native English speakers
• TEFL, CELTA or TESOL Certified, or hold a degree in English language and pedagogy
• Have a university degree

For those who sign up before 31 March 2008, BridgeLinguatec offers accepted candidates the following Incentive Plan*:
• Assistance obtaining a legal work visa
• Travel stipend for classes taught outside of the Institute
• A 30 hour free Spanish course lasting 2 weeks (US$400)
• Medical & Emergency Travel Insurance is available
• Recognition for experienced teachers

Interested persons should send a resume and cover letter to Jacques Pienaar at [email protected], or call 56-2-233-4356. Please include information regarding when you plan on arriving in Chile and how long you plan to stay. 


* The Teacher Incentive Plan is subject to a signed six month contract

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.

 

Unit 17 describes the equipment & teaching aids used by EL teachers. Among them I am listing a white - & blackboards, IWBs, OHPs, visual aids, worksheets & work-cards, the cassette recorder, a CD player, videos & DVDs, a video camera, dictionaries, course bookds, resource books, photocopiers, computers, online resources. I am very grateful for all the links given in the Unit. A very useful material. Thank you.This unit dealt with the use of course books and materials. I do not have a coursebook so I use a random English textbook and try to adapt it to the needs of my students. I make the majority of my materials. However, I never thought of using authentic materials from other sources such as magazines and newspapers. I thought it would be discouraging but I am willing to give it a try and see how my students respond.


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