Enthusiastic teacher wanted to teach EFL in Costa Rica

Date posted:2006-04-06 | Writer: Idioma Internacional | Email: [email protected]


Idioma Internacional needs teachers!

We offer classes to adults in business settings to some of the largest companies in the country including Intel, Hospira, DHL, and Kimberly-Clark among others.

Full-time jobs available for full-year contracts for qualified, experienced North American teachers

Requirements:
North American
Between 24-45
minimum - Bachelor's degree
TEFL or TESOL certified
minimum of 6 months teaching experience
willing to sign and commit to a one-year contract
responsible, energetic, independent, and outgoing
knowledge of Spanish
knowledge of English grammar and how to teach it

Benefits:
salary paid in dollars ($7.50) - people generally come here for the experience rather than the money
subsidized Spanish lessons
free Internet phone access in our SJ office
help setting up a bank account, acquiring cell phone
corporate health insurance
assistance in acquiring work visa
airport pick up

send your resume in word format, your photo, and the contact information for your references to [email protected]

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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.

 

I learn about the basic needs of a teacher and a learner. As a future teacher, I've learned the most important aspect of the teacher must have; that is inspiring students individually. I also found my strengths and weaknesses as a teacher. English is not my native language, but I have studied and practiced over years; this basic lesson about what makes me a good teacher will guide me through the whole career of my life.Ive enjoyed this unit, it has given me a better understanding of controlling a situation in a class room. Ive learnt that its better and more efficient to play it smart and professional when 'controlling' the class instead of being dominant and yelling (like the teachers I had). I like the idea of circular and horseshoe desk set ups and being more active with the students then orderly rows like a more traditional set up


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