Teach EFL in Latvia

Date posted:2018-05-02 | Writer: Lingua+ Riga | Email: [email protected]

The educational centre under the name NIKO48 "Lingua+ Riga" was originally founded in 2008 and we are among the best language schools in Riga, Latvia. The most important course in our centre with no doubt is English and we have taught many hundreds of young and adult students who are now successfully living and studying in the English speaking countries. Start your TEFL career by working in our educational centre.

Are you a TEFL /TESOL qualified teacher?

Have you always been keen on teaching languages to others?

Would you like to combine living and exploring Riga with having an active and modern practice place?

If you answer "YES" to these questions, we would like to hear from you. Please, send us a short application letter describing your wishes, ambitions and motivations, and attach your CV, to the email address given on the job heading.

See you soon in Riga!        

The Language Centre "Lingua+ RIGA"

Bruninieku street 16,

LV-1001,

Riga,

Latvia

TEL:  +371 27 65 95 83

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.

 

the proper teaching materials are essential to teaching the lessons, and for the students to learn the language in its every day use. There is no set rules for the use or not using of the course books. it all depends on the country the teacher is in, and the language level of the students. the teacher must discover or develop a feel for his/her students and develop a plan from there.This has been another interesting unit illustrating how future tenses are being used in English language teaching. I have realised that students would probably make mistakes in the use of 'be going to'because it is not easy to distinguish its use. However, with diligent work and with the use of worksheets and practice the student can differentiate when to use 'will' or 'be going to'.

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