Teach EFL in Brno, Czech Republic

Date posted:2011-03-28 | Writer: Brno English Centre | Email: [email protected]

Brno English Centre, a well established language school in Brno, is looking for TEFL qualified native English speaking teachers who are available to start work in September of this year, (starting as early as July also possible), with a contract to teach full-time for up to one academic year (with a possibility of extension). Teachers will be required to teach up to 24 lessons per week (and may choose to teach more if available). Each lesson is 45 minutes in length. You should be capable of teaching a variety of General English courses, Exam Preparation courses, as well as courses preparing for the IELTS exams, Business English and company courses.

Benefits include subsidised luncheon vouchers, company mobile phone with 400 CZK of calls per month, free in-house Czech lessons, and holiday pay for the Christmas, Easter and Spring holidays. We will also advance your first month’s rent and pay associated finder’s fees.

All our teaching management staff have been promoted internally and this is the way we usually do things, thus we can offer opportunities for advancement for suitably qualified and motivated staff.

If you would like to apply to work for us, then please contact Simon Hooper with a full up-to-date CV at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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.

 

This unit provided me with various methods and ideas that can further engage students in learning English. It is important to having a methodology and be prepared to implement it before each class. The methodology will also change depending on the English speaking level of each class. This is why I will be constantly reviewing the principles based in this unit so I can augment my classes in the future.From my understanding, this unit focuses on the things that the teacher needs to consider when teaching a new language to students. what to focus on when teaching a particular topic i.e. vocabulary, grammar and functions in a new language. it also describes how these should be taught. what the students need to know and which teaching technique should be applied in a particular part of the ESA structure.


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