Teaching English in Georgia - Eastern Europe

Date posted:2013-02-11 | Writer: My Recruitment | Email: [email protected]

Experience one of the most underrated and undiscovered countries in the world. Discover beautiful and historical sites, live and eat with a host family to truly get yourself into this beautiful culture. Can the TEFL experience get any better?

About Georgia:
Unparalleled beauty
The supra
Ancient language (Georgian is one of the oldest languages in the world)
Rich and varied culture
History
Hospitable (Georgians are said to be the most hospitable people in the world)
“Undiscovered” ( Since Georgia’s re-gained independence from the Soviet Union in the 1990s, the Western world is only now beginning to discover the many wonders of this country)

About the Job:
Starting salary per month: 500 Lari (Georgian currency)(300 USD)
Accommodation and food provided in the host family
Location: Republic of Georgia
City: Kutaisi (second largest city in Georgia after the capital Tbilisi)
 
How to apply:
Please email your CV and a recent photo to the e-mail address given on the job heading and clearly outline your intent to work in Georgia (as we are also recruiting for other countries, we don't want to mix applications up)

Any Questions? Feel free to get in touch - 0044 7923852087

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.

 

This unit taught how to teach productive skills - reading and writing. The reasons for two people communicating are for some communicative purpose, to say something, to listen to something, or for interest in what's being said. In accuracy activities the students are focused on producing correct language, while in fluency activities the students are allowed to explore and be creative with language.We learned about modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice in this section. As always, I find the teaching ideas most helpful in these units. In the \"modal auxiliary verb\" section, I found the \"role play\" activity very interesting, but I don't know how it can last longer than just one dialogue. In the example (doctor-patient role play), the doctor says, \"You should take these tablets and rest.\

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