Teach EFL in Tabor, Czech Republic

Date posted:2017-05-18 | Writer: Anglictina | Email: [email protected]

A TEFL position is available starting September 2017 in Tabor, a small and beautiful city of around 35,000 people in Southern Bohemia, about 1.5 hours south of Prague by train. The position includes around 20 teaching hours a week, most of which are with children (ages 4 -14). There are also private lessons with adults. Because of the small size of Tabor, you will get to experience the Czech Republic in a unique way and will be able to foster authentic relationships with locals. There is also accommodation in the city center.


-TEFL certification

-Native level English Speaker

-University degree

-Teaching experience with children and adults

-Reliability, resistance to stress, flexibility, ability to work as a team


My name is Kevin Dougherty and I am an ESL teacher currently working in Tabor, Czech Republic. I would highly recommend to any future applicants to consider this as their next destination. If you truly want to experience all that this wonderful country has to offer then Tabor is the place for you. The locals are extremely friendly, welcoming, and eager to share their culture. Working for Martina was a very rewarding experience. She is incredibly helpful and willing to assist in any way that she can. An additional benefit is the variety of resources available in the classroom including books, worksheets, games etc. I strongly encourage applicants to consider this position.


For more information contact Martina Vadlenová at the email address given on the job heading.

Náměstí Fr.

Křižíka č. 2840
390 01 Tábor

+420 774 361 695

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 is base on teaching the productive skill which is writing and we learn about what is important when it comes to students producing what they have learned. for example, when teaching students how to write, pronouciaton is one of the least things that should not be taking into consideration. we also learn of what to do during the engage and study stage of a lesson.If we can employ the correct technique/method at the right time, then it will be easier for the students to fully comprehend the subject. In order to see whether the students are doing fine or not, we need to receive feedback. I think the techniques including the usage of real objects and flashcards, drawing pictures and asking for the question are the most interesting for the students.