TEFL in Czech Republic (Prague)

Date posted:2005-03-14 | Writer: LinguaTour | Email: [email protected]

Though small, we boast several prestigious companies among our long term clientele. The company is run by myself and my business partner, we are both teachers rather than administrators and our goal is to provide support and help for teachers and clients alike. Our philosophy is to create a comfortable teaching environment that is both productive and fun, one that will encourage the student to develop all the necessary skills.

Our clients are mainly business people in small groups ( upto 4) or one to one groups; following Business and General English courses. We also have ESP classes and exam preparation classes in secondary school with young adults in slightly larger groups.

We have recently opened up new offices near the centre and are hoping to develop teacher training programs there along with the one to one intensive courses for business executives that have been proving so successful in recent months.

We are seeking full and part time staff to join our team of 20. Classes would be varied and include Business and General English and ESP. There would be a variety of teaching environments from one to one, groups, adults and teenagers thus, we are able to give the enthusiastic teacher a broad range of experience to add to their teaching portfolio. Preference will be given to qualified native speakers from EU.

Salary is according to qualifications and experience. We are also able to help with finding accommodation. Immediate/April start

Please contact me, Joanne, with your C.V and I'll be happy to forward more details to 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.


This unit can be summed up as how to behave in class and the factors that effect that. It covers body language and classroom settings. This is all to create an environment for learning in. The point is to get students to think about the language, so they can learn it. There are a lot of good dos and don'ts for all of these fields that comprehensibly cover the situations that we would create as teachers or arise naturally.Modals are very important topic but little refused topic. Because there are many kinds of words in this case.For example can, could,may, might, shall, should, will, would, must, have to, need to,ought to et cetera. But we should good teach the modals. I think relative clouse and passive voice also very difficult refused but important topics. The 18th topic taught is very nice to me.I think now I will better explain my lessons