TEFL Job in London

Date posted:2009-01-21 | Writer: Linghouse | Email: [email protected]

Linghouse is a London based language training company, offering private tuition, corporate language training, courses for children and English courses in groups in South East London.

We are currently looking for enthusiastic TEFL qualified English language teachers to start in February.The shifts available are morning and afternoon. We are also looking for evening and weekend teachers available to work from February on our General English Courses and Conversation and Pronunciation Courses.
Candidates should be qualified preferably with pronunciation teaching experience and ideally live locally.

The work is on a freelance basis

Only successful applicants will be contacted.

Requirements:

Candidates must:

- Be native English speaker
- Hold a qualification to teach English as a foreign language
- Have at least one year experience in teaching English
- Have excellent teaching skills
- Be friendly and enthusiastic
- Be self-employed

Compensation
Please enquire.

Please email your CV and covering letter to the address given on the job heading page.

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.

 

As a Native speaker, it's very interesting to know the formal term for each grammar. How there is an subject, object, noun, adjective, verb, pronoun. Not to mention comparative adjective, Past simple, past participle, present participle, present, past simple, past participle, you name it. When you are used to using a language, you don't think about it, but now, I think I will need to re-think before I speak.Future tenses can be a bit confusing. Clarification must be made especially when dealing with the future simple and \"going to\" future tenses. The future perfect and future perfect continuous are actions that will be completed whereas the future simple, future continuous, and \"going to\" future tenses are things that are plans or intentions (for the most part). I didn't really learn that much from this unit.

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