Teach English in Czech Republic (6)

Date posted:2015-05-25 | Writer: Caledonian School | Email: [email protected]

Caledonian School is an established language school based in the historical centre of Prague, offering TEFL graduates a friendly environment, professional development and a possibility of career growth. We value our teachers – together with quality facilities we offer benefits, methodological support, regular feedback and plenty of lessons to choose from. Our motto is: Every teacher is important to us!

Become a part of our team if you are:

· TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certified

· EU citizen or trade license / long-term working visa holder

· interested in either full-time or part-time schedule

· flexible and willing to teach at different places within Prague

· energetic, reliable and motivated person with up-to-date approach to teaching

· available to start asap

What you can expect from us:

· schedule tailored to your needs and possibilities

· attractive pay

· full travel pass reimbursement, free language courses (e.g. Czech for foreigners), and other benefits for full time teachers

· no previous teaching experience required

· regular training sessions and workshops for further teachers’ development

· friendly and supportive environment

· further career opportunities

· excellent library resources for lesson planning as well as self-study and entertainment

· teachers’ room with free internet access, printers and copy machines

Send your CV and cover letter via e-mail to the address given on the job heading right now and join our team! We are looking forward to meeting you.

 

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.

 

It was very interesting learning about pronunciation and the different types of intonation such as to express whether you want a person to respond or not. Stressing of important words in a sentence can help convey clearly meaning to another person. Pronunciation is often considered the most challenging part of English for students and teachers should be particularly mindful about this topic.This unit was a continuation of the last and added onto the lessons from the last. It clarified four forms of past tense: simple, continuous (progressive), perfect, and perfect continuous. Again, this was mostly review for me because we've studied this at my university, but I did learn how it's implemented in teaching. I find the \"common errors\" and \"teaching ideas\" sections very useful.

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