TEFL Job in Prague, Czech Republic

Date posted:2009-03-29 | Writer: English Across the Subjects | Email: [email protected]

English Across the Subjects (EATS) is a well-respected and high-quality English language learning program that has been operating in Czech public schools since 2004. EATS is a dynamic program that combines high academic teaching standards and interaction with teachers from other cultures, allowing Czech children to experience different educational styles and methods as well as providing them with access to a future of greater opportunity. EATS is currently looking for TEFL qualified native speaking English teachers for the 2009-2010 school year at its Prague 3 elementary school. We seek only dedicated teachers who wish to teach young learners (ages 6-11) and who are able to make at least a one-year commitment to the program (Sept-June). A university degree and a TESOL/TEFL or similar certificate is required. Prior experience working with children is preferred. Applicants must be currently living in Prague or planning to move to Prague by May 2009. Non-EU residents must have legal working status or have begun the visa application process. We offer steady teaching hours (minimum 8 hours/week), a competitive hourly wage of between 300-400kc gross, as well assistance with finalizing legal working status for non-EU residents. We also offer an on-site accredited training program focused on teaching English to young learners. If you are interested in joining our supportive international team of English teachers (send your CV and cover letter) or would like further information, please contact:Deanna Barešová
Program Director-English Across the Subjects-Jarov
Email: as given on 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.


This lesson was about the productive skills that are the writing and the speaking skills. One of the ways I appreciated learning about was the use of games in the teaching as not being a random activity but actually being an inherent part of the learning. Seeing how a well prepared game can be useful to guide the students in their learning was an eye opener to me as to the use of such tools in one's teaching.This unit provides a description of the basic principles and procedures of the most recognized and commonly used approaches and methods for teaching a second or foreign language. Each approach or method has an articulated theoretical orientation and a collection of strategies and learning activities designed to reach the specified goals and achieve the learning outcomes of the teaching and learning processes.