Teach English in Puerto Varas, Chile!

Date posted:2012-08-28 | Writer: Idiomas sin Fronteras | Email: [email protected]

We are Idiomas Sin Fronteras, a language school hidden in the heart of the Lake District, at the gateway to the Chilean Patagonia. We are currently looking for TEFL qualified English Teachers to work in our school in Puerto Varas.

We offer you a unique opportunity to take a deeper and personal dive into South America, to share your life experience with Chilean people, to get to know their traditions and customs, and finally, to be a part of a great and unforgettable adventure combining working and exploring breathtaking Chilean landscapes painted with volcanoes and lakes.

What do we offer?

- a job contract from 6 months up to one year

- 40 working hours a week (including up to 25 teaching hours).

- free accommodation in a beautiful, old, colonial house with access to all the facilities, wi-fi included

- $ 220 000 CLP of Salary

- if you complete the 9 months, we cover the half of your return ticket

- Health insurance as part of the Chilean national system


What do we require?

- open-minded, enthusiastic, sociable, creative, proactive and versatile personality

- good communicative skills

- English teaching certificates, such as TESOL /TEFL  or/and teaching experience

We provide our teachers with all the teaching material needed.

Enjoy an extraordinary and unforgettable experience in the heart of Chile.

If you are interested in our offer, do not hesitate to contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading

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.


Conditional speech and reported speech are two important grammar subjects that commonly appears in conversations. In the beginning of the unit, five different conditional's usages are being explained, along with various teaching ideas. At last, i was looking at the contrasts between direct and reported speech, learning how to turn a direct speech into a reported speech, by transforming verb tenses.I enjoyed this unit because watching teachers teach in varied ways can be an effective way to observe new teaching practices and come up with new activities. The second video was very similar to my own style of teaching. Learning students names, encouraging student participation and smiling at students are very simple ways to make the atmosphere of a classroom upbeat and encourages student learning.