TEFL in Sarajevo, Bosnia

Date posted:2006-01-03 | Writer: Seal Foreign Languages Education Centre | Email: [email protected]

The Seal Foreign Languages Education Centre is seeking a self-sufficient and highly motivated EFL teacher with a British accent to take a full-time teaching position in our Sarajevo school . CELTA or TESOL qualifications and previous teaching experience are necessary. The position would be for a full school year (23rd January - 5th July firs term; 1st September - 30th December second term). The Teacher may choose how often he or she teaches, can be up to 10 classes a day. Classes run Monday to Friday. The curriculum is provided by the school.
The teacher would earn a good local salary. The salary package would not include expenses like accommodation and food etc, but these expenses are very affordable on the salary he/she would earn. Salary would be around 400-500 Euros/month. Email us for any more queries to [email protected]
The school's internet site is: www seal-rs.com


 

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 was a not particularly useful as much was quite obvious. Audio visual materials are very useful for engaging students in language learning. I know people who have learned languages purely from television, radio and podcasts. I think OHPs are less and less used now, though in some countries with less money spent on school materials teachers still have to be ready to produce an interesting lesson based only on a board.In this lesson you learn about past tenses. There are four different types of past tenses, including past simple, past continuous, past perfect and finally past perfect continuous. in this lesson i have also learned how to properly identify what type of past tenses are used. I have learned about past perfect continuous, i use this alot in my everyday life but have never thought that it was a type of past tenses on it own.

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