Teach English in Santiago, Chile (2)

Date posted:2003-12-09 | Writer: Comunicorp | Email: [email protected]

Above average base salaries vary with level of education and experience for 60 class hours per month, with bonuses for additional class hours up to 100 hours per month. Three hours per week of Spanish language training and travel stipend at contract end are included as benefits. Contracts run from April or May through mid-December 2004. Send us information about your educational background, experience, and interest in coming to Chile. Contact Diane Greenstein, Academic Director, at: [email protected] or COMUNICORP, 11 de Septiembre 1363, of. 301, Providencia, Santiago, Chile
Fax: 56-2-236-3329, phone 56-2-236-3324
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Please, only college grad, certified-TEFL instructors should apply.

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.


This unit first described different methodologies and philosophies of teaching, contrasting them and noting their strengths and weaknesses. The unit then detailed the Engage-Study-Activate approach to enacting these methodologies, including the different ways to put together a ESA lesson and various activities that can be used. The unit finished with information and advice on mistakes and errors as well as approaches to correction.This Unit was very interesting. The practical aspects of teaching English where described in this context. Having fully assimilated the contents of this unit, i have once again been made aware of simple mistakes and techniques used for teaching the language. It was a very interesting content to read, as i am not entirely familiar with theories and methods in teaching the English language. I am more than excited for the next unit.