Fantastic EFL Teachers Wanted in Czech Republic

Date posted:2012-03-28 | Writer: Castle English Language School | Email: [email protected]

Castle English Language School in Liberec is currently interviewing for native speaking TEFL qualified teachers to start in September 2012. We are currently looking for highly-motivated, professional, and dynamic teachers to help us expand our school. Following the traditions of our
school we want our new teachers to be flexible, hardworking, creative, and highly sensitive to the needs of their students. We are a successful, small, independent, family run school with very high professional standards. We offer initial and continued support and training for all new
teachers in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.


You must be a native speaker of English. TEFL, CELTA or other advanced pedagogical qualification; essential. University degree; preferred. Large throbbing brain full of creative ideas and sparkling, witty, charming conversation; preferred.

How to apply

Please send your C.V., a recent photo, and a brief covering letter stating why you'd like to work with us (not the general covering letter that you send to everyone, please) to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

    Castle English Language School
    Masarykova 741/26
    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.


In this lesson I got a better sense of how to approach teaching new vocabulary. I was made aware that we cannot simply ''teach'' random words, I need to take into consideration the frequency and teachability of such words before introducing them in the classroom among other variables. I also learned a few techniques regarding how to tackle new vocabulary and what sort of methodology is suited for it.Writing and Speaking are the two productive skills of language. Writing is not used as often in the classroom as speaking, because speaking is generally desired more by learners, and it is less time consuming to practice and provide feedback. Productive activities can be split up into accuracy activities, which are led by the teacher, and fluency activities, which are controlled more by the students.