EFL Teaching Positions in Prague, Czech Republic

Date posted:2018-08-07 | Writer: Threshold Training Associates | Email: [email protected]

Threshold Training Associates (TTA) founded in 1995, specializes in academic, business and professional language training, including preparation for internationally accredited language exams. TTA has maintained exclusive long-term training provider agreements with many organizations who consistently return to us year after year. We are currently offering EFL teaching positions for native as well as non-native speakers. Our in-company and young learners’ courses take place in various locations around Prague.

WE EXPECT:

• Native speakers or proficient non-native speakers with native-like accent

• BA / MA degree

• TEFL / CELTA / TESOL certificate    

• Candidates should have EU residency status or be willing to apply for appropriate permits

WE OFFER:

• A competitive salary

• Flexible, supportive work environment

• Free Czech lessons for new teachers

• On-site methodology workshops

• Fully-equipped teachers’ room and 5,000-volume resource library

• School social events  

TO APPLY:

If interested, please send a covering letter, short introductory video and CV to the email address given on the job heading.   

Threshold Training Associates   

Wassermannova 1039

152 00 Praha 5

Barrandov

Czech Republic

Tel: (+420) 251 001 291

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.

 

During Unit 6, I learned about past tenses. More specifically, I learned that the system of present tenses is similar to that of past tenses. All continuous tense forms feature the verb \"to be\" + verb[-ing]. All perfect forms feature the verb \"to have\" + past participle form of verb ([-ed]/[-en]). All perfect continuous forms feature the verb \"to have\" + \"been\" + verb[-ing].In this unit I have learned that the words are classified according to its purpose and the meaning it adds. Knowing the parts of speech and how to construct them correctly will make teaching the language more effective. Understanding the rules of each part of speech also make it easier to provide example conversations and how to explain phrases that learners can follow confidently.

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