Teaching Young Learners English in the Czech Republic

Date posted:2014-01-27 | Writer: Wattsenglish Ltd | Email: [email protected]

Are you a native level English speaking EFL teacher? Do you want to work with young learners? Then don´t hesitate and apply for a job with Wattsenglish Ltd., which is one of the leading organisations active in Central Europe concerned with young learner education. The teacher is obliged to complete a monthly average of 35 hours per week. Of this the teacher will be expected to teach no more than 25 hours on average per week. All teaching material and methodical support provided. Help with visa and accommodation.

Requirements:

Native level English speaker

Teaching certificate /TEFL, TESOL, CELTA, etc./,

Experience is not a must but a plus,

Available to relocate asap

How to apply:

In order to apply, send your CV, current photo and cover letter to the email address given on the job heading. 

Wattsenglish Ltd.

Ruprechticka 749/117

Liberec 14

Liberec

46014

Czech Republic

Tel: +420 725 719 050

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 found this unit to be the most difficult to understand thus far. The video helped some but I still felt confused about much of the material and will need to study further on my own to master conditionals and direct speech. I can foresee this being quite a difficult subject material to teach to ESL students and need to master it myself before feeling comfortable enough to teach such material.I find that I need to really work on my knowledge of these tense terms. This is the first time I have encountered these sort of tenses so this is not very familiar to me. It makes me realise how challenging understanding these concepts will be for EFL students and I appreciated the practical teaching ideas that were included at the end of every explanation to help teach our students these rules.

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