EFL Teaching Job in Czech Republic

Date posted:2014-05-08 | Writer: Castle English Language School | Email: [email protected]

Castle English Language School is a well-established, original, and independent English language school located in a stunning historic building on Masarykova Street, in the centre of Liberec. We are currently seeking three highly-motivated, professional, dynamic and creative EFL teachers to join our growing school.

We are a small but successful, fiercely independent, family run school with very high professional standards based in the beautiful city of Liberec. We pride ourselves on offering initial and continued support and training for all new teachers in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

For further information about our school, have a look on Facebook , “CastleEnglishLanguageSchool”

Requirements:

TEFL, TESOL, CELTA or other advanced pedagogical qualification: essential.

University degree: essential.

Teaching experience: preferred. 

Large, positive, creative brain full of interesting ideas and sparkling, witty conversation: essential.

You must be a born and bred native speaker of English.

How to apply:

If you think you could be part of our team please send your C.V., a personal covering letter detailing why you would like to work at Castle English, and a recent photograph to the email address given on the job heading.  

Castle English Language School

Masarykova 741/26

Liberec

460 01

Czech Republic

Tel: 00420 485 101 554

 

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.

 

Unit 20 covered the variety of problems a teacher can face in a classroom. These include: teaching a class that varies in skill, teaching a large class, reluctant students, the use of the native language, and difficulties with listening texts. This unit covered various ways these issues could be solved through different projects, assignments, and motivation. I found this to be a great last unit!This unit was all about the pros and cons of using a coursebook in the classroom and what to expect.This unit was rather light on the reading but still showed some valuable tools to be used in the classroom regarding Coursebooks. There are various examples of flashcards, crossword puzzles and the like, to give the reader a pretty good idea on what they can do to liven up the coursebook material.

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