Regular TEFL Opportunities in London

Date posted:2009-08-27 | Writer: Oxford House College | Email: [email protected]

Oxford House College (LONDON) has regular opportunities for qualified and experienced TEFL teachers We are also looking for evening teachers ongoing. Candidates should be native speakers of English, UK based graduates, who hold minimally a CELTA, TEFL or TESOL.

 

Candidates should forward their CVs to Niki Alford at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

 

Please note that only candidates suitable for interview will be contacted.

 

Degree &  CELTA / TEFL / TESOL: essential. Higher qualifications are advantageous.

 

£14.40 per student-contact-hour for Cert. qualified & £16.20 per student-contact-hour for Diploma qualified teachers of Gen. English classes.

 

£15.60 per student student-contact-hour for Cert. qualified & £17.40 per student-contact-hour for Diploma qualified teachers of specialist courses.

 

Contract Type: Fixed term

 

Hours: Full and part time (6 - 30 per week)

 

Candidates should forward their CVs to Niki Alford at the e-mail address given on the 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.

 

Unit 8 is all about future tenses. This unit enumerated the different types of future tenses such as future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to future, present simple, and present continuous. In this topic I was able to learn the difference between their usage and when it is used in a sentence. Also, the examples given serves as a guide for me to formulate my own.In unit one I learned more about the nature of a learner and how a good teacher can help facilitate students in the classroom. I also learned more about the varying levels of learners. It is important to know and understand the range of learners in a classroom because often times different learning techniques need to be utilized to ensure that all students are getting the full benefit of the class materials.

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