Looking For Volunteer TEFL Teacher in Costa Rica

Date posted:2008-07-24 | Writer: Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center | Email: [email protected]

Located on the beautiful Sarapiqui River, the Sarapiqui Conservation Learning Center is a non-profit organization dedicated to linking the community with conservation. We are currently looking for a TEFL qualified ESL Coordinator to join us through to mid-December.


This position involves teaching English to adults and teens at the Center and possibly teaching English at local elementary schools. Preferred applicants have a TEFL / TESOL certificate and speak Spanish. The coordinator receives a monthly stipend for room and board.
Contact Nicole via e-mail at the address given on the job heading page.

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 I learnt about the seven different types of future tenses. Be going + infinitive and present continuous are the most commonly used future tenses. Future tenses use helping verbs with the base form of a verb. for example, she will leave soon or he will go home. Future tenses can be the most confusing to learn for students. Present simple and present continuous tenses are also a part of future tenses.This lesson mainly learns how to teach vocabulary , words, and grammar. to teach words can be used ESA approach to attract interest, and then make students learn, and finally with activities to contact their application. It is also possible to use ESA methods when introducing grammar frameworks, or use enhanced loop relationships. How the last word can be used in a statement can be taught using the EASA method.