Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach TEFL in San Jose, Costa Rica

Date posted:2006-03-16 | Writer: Instituto Britanico | Email: [email protected]


The Instituto Britanico in San Jose, Costa Rica, the only accredited training centre in Central America offering IELTS and Cambridge ESOL Exams is currently recruiting EFL teachers to begin on the 2nd of May as well as the 3rd of July 2006.

The Instituto Britanico has three main English programmes; General English for Adults, a Young Learners Programme as well as in-company business classes and exam preparation classes.

We look for professionalism, enthusiasm, motivation & flexibility in a teacher and provide on-going academic support and benefits which include:

Benefits
* Competitive salary
* Paid holiday and sick time
* Full visa support / work permission
* End of contract bonus
* Thirteenth month 'Aguinaldo' pay
* Medical coverage through the Social Security System
* On-site doctor
* Free Spanish classes

Essential Requirements

* CELTA, or equivalent
* A one year commitment
* Available as of the 2nd of May and/or the 3rd of July 2006
* Teaching experience desirable

Candidates interested in joining our teaching staff, please send a current CV with 2 references contactable via email to [email protected].

Visit our web site for more information about the Instituto Britanico: Contact us

Only short listed candidates will be contacted.

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.

 

In this Unit 18 I learned that many people learning English find modal verbs confusing, especially their specific meanings. learners are also use modal verbs of obligation and necessity more than writers and tend to adopt a more direct and emphatic style of persuasion, however, the use of must, should and have to seems to vary widely across different learner populations and reflects at least partly cultural conventions.This unit discusses the theories, methods and techniques of teaching. I have leant various methods like audio-lingualism, ESA and different ways of starting a lesson;using real objects, flash cars, asking questions, list, follow-on questions, concetpe description, mime, definitions among others.The Engage-Study-Activate approach is quiet interstting and I strongly believe that if well applied the results will be awesome.


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