Job Teaching Young Learners English in Bulgaria

Date posted:2015-10-22 | Writer: ABC English Language School | Email: [email protected]

ABC English Language School in Veliko Tarnovo, north central Bulgaria, has a position available for an EFL Teacher of young learners aged 3 to 15 years old. Please note, this is an urgent position. Candidates should only apply if they are available to start ASAP.


Contract until July 2016.

Maximum of 8 students per class.

Students and staff alike enjoy a warm, friendly, educational environment.

Younger students taught through crafts, song, dance and games.

School-aged students follow stimulating course-books published by National Geographic.

Students are encouraged to have a love of language, learning and creativity.


32 teaching hours per week (1 teaching hour = 45 minutes).

Excellent local salary.

All national holidays paid.

2 weeks fully paid Christmas vacation.

No weekends: working week is Monday to Friday.

Ongoing paid training provided.

All tax / social contributions paid on behalf of the employee.


Must be a native level speaker of English.

TEFL, TESOL, CELTA or similar qualification will be given preference.

Experience teaching young children preferred.

Must hold an EU Passport. 


Email Darren Quinn at the address given on the job heading.

ABC English

ul. "Marno Pole" 23,

5000 Veliko Tarnovo

Tel:  0899 915 486


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After completion of the Unit, we have a very clear picture what a teacher should and should not do during the class. Which methods apply and which not. How to be an affective and how to avoid obvious mistakes. Teacher's attitude, manner and style, as well as the lesson content play a significant role in in teaching. The Unit unroles the possible changes that can make lessons more effective.In this unit, I learned about the different future tenses in the English language. There are more of these than there are of past and present tenses. The future tenses include future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous, going to future, present simple, and present continuous. I also learned about possible teaching methods, forms, and usages for these tenses.