Teach English in Santiago, Chile

Date posted:2002-12-03 | Writer: Comunicorp | Email: [email protected]


Comunicorp is a Santiago-based language consulting firm with a multinational clientele looking for college grad, certified-TEFL instructors with at least one year of experience. Base salaries vary with level of education and experience from $310.000 - 363.000 pesos per month for 60 class hours per month, with bonuses for additional class hours up to 100 hours per month. Three hours per week of group-Spanish language training and $500.00 travel stipend at contract end are included as benefits. Contracts run from April-May through mid-December 2003. Send us information about your experience and interest in coming to Chile along with a resume and recent photo. Contact Academic Director, Diane Greenstein at email: [email protected]
or COMUNICORP, 11 de Septiembre 1363, of. 301, Providencia, Santiago, Chile
Fax: 56-2-236-3329, phone 56-2-236-3324

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 taught about the most important points of the grammar English, explaining all the basic points anyone needs to know to whether teaching them to somebody else or to know it for your own use. Some of the points cover were, the verbs, the pronouns, the articles, adverbs, adjetives, conjuntions, prepositions, gerunds and noums. The unit also taught that there are many times in English were exceptions to these explanations exist.This unit is the most helpful unit of all the units provided. I especially like suggestions on how to deal with reluctant students as this is the case with my young learners. They are always afraid to make mistakes even if mistakes are never given a bad image in my class. Maybe they encounter negative reactions from their day-school for making mistakes. But I make sure to let them know that in my class, mistakes are never a bad thing.

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