Job Teaching English in Denmark

Date posted:2018-05-01 | Writer: Studieskolen | Email: [email protected]

Studieskolen is a language school situated in Copenhagen, Denmark. Since 1977 Studieskolen has taught languages, developed didactics for language teaching and safeguarded the importance of foreign languages. Studieskolen teaches more than 8,000 professionals, expats and private individuals more than 30 languages every year. Studieskolen's mission is to improve the language skills of Danes and foreigners in Denmark.

Studieskolen’s foreign language department offers classes in more than 30 languages, with regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers for our English language courses. We have no job vacancies at the moment but you are welcome to send us an unsolicited application which we will keep on file for six months. Please check that you meet our formal requirements for teachers below:

Foreign Language English Teachers

We expect applicants:

·         to be experienced language teachers, with TEFL/TESOL training

·         to be good at lesson planning and curriculum development

·         to hold a Master´s degree in language or teaching

·         to know about communicative language teaching

·         to be experienced users of IT in language teaching

·         be willing to use our digital teaching platform

·         speak some Danish

TO APPLY:

If you meet the above requirements, please send your application to us at the email address given on the job heading.  

You will receive an automatic email receipt. We read all applications. If there is a vacancy within six months, we will contact you. Otherwise, you should not expect to hear from us.

Studieskolen

Borgergade 12

1300 Copenhagen K

Denmark

Tel: +45 33 18 79 00

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.

 

Unit 16 was about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing \"if.\" A good example of that is \"If I had the money, I would buy a new car.\" There are five types of conditionals. They are zero, first, second, third, and mixed. And then there is reported speech. Reported speech is repeating something that someone said, in the past tense of what they said.The videos present how much the teacher's attitude determines the success or failure of the lesson. The teacher brings the life of the class and can arouse the interest of the students despite of the topic. Teacher have to consider also the level of the students' ability to speak English. When necessary he must use the students' native language sometimes to facilitate the discussion.


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