Job Teaching EFL in San Jose, Costa Rica!

Date posted:2005-05-10 | Writer: Bryan Whitman | Email: [email protected]

Come to beautiful Costa Rica for four IMMEDIATE job openings. If you can only come in July or August, please do not apply now. Full-time work, immediate start date with adult students of all levels. Three jobs are in San Jose, and one job is teaching hotel employees near a beach in Guanacaste. Accomodations are included for the beach job and we will help you find accomodations for the San Jose positions. Requirements: -Master's in TEFL OR -Bachelor's + TEFL certification + experience -between 24 and 40 years old -North American only (client requirements, sorry) -open-minded, independent but able to follow instructions contact us at [email protected] check us out at Contact us

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.


The video of this unit, clearly explains the structures and usages of the five conditionals that are covered, as well as providing some useful teaching ideas that can be used in the classroom. Also I had oppurtunity to review my knowledge about reported speech. In the video explains the most important aspects of the subject such as the contrasts between direct and reported speech, as well as providing further teaching ideas.In this unit I saw and learned how to write or speak in a manner that shows manners. I think that's the most I got out of it. I realized I use both active and passive language, but more often I use active. Passive language sounds a lot more polite or educated. I am not saying I am not polite but I think I only use this type of language when I code-switch to speak to important people, like in a job interview or my professors.