Teach EFL in Czech Republic (2)

Date posted:2016-04-07 | Writer: Castle English Language School | Email: [email protected]

Castle English Language School is currently looking for two fantastic native level EFL teachers to join our growing school. The position will start from September 2016. The new teachers will have the opportunity to teach a wide range of ages and levels in small groups (max 6 students) and one-to-one. All our teaching staff are given guidance and support with planning and classroom activities, and access to a variety of excellent resources. We are a small family-run school and we pride ourselves on the relaxed and friendly atmosphere we provide for both our teachers and students.

REQUIREMENTS:

You must be a native level speaker of English

TEFL, CELTA or other advanced pedagogical qualification; essential

University degree; essential

Teaching experience: preferred

Massive creative brain full of interesting ideas and sparkling, witty conversation; essential

HOW TO APPLY:

If you think you could be part of our team please send your CV, 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.

 

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.

 

I feel that the future tense, although confusing at times, is relatively simple after learning the present and past tenses. Not much changes other than a few specific usages. I find it quite interesting however, that the present simple and continuous can be used as a future tense depending on the context of the sentence which is something I would not really have ever given much thought to.I enjoyed the breakdown of the different techniques and methods. The examples of each stage (study, engage, activate) were extremely helpful as well. I will for sure keep those in mind when completing lesson plans and planning activities.The sections in regards to giving feedback and correction were good reads as well. It is always important to be know how to properly give/receive the two.


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