TEFL in Slovak Republic

Date posted:2006-05-25 | Writer: N.T.E. Language School | Email: [email protected]

We are currently looking for several cool, energetic, Native Speakers of English to come and work in our fantastic summer camp programme.

You will get to see a lot of Slovakia, meet a lot of fun people, and get paid above the national average for doing a job that is more enjoyable than stressful.

These jobs are for July and August and so would suit students, but there will be possibilities to continue with our school in the autumn should you and we wish.

To see if you are suited to work with us then please e-mail David at [email protected] and attatch a recent CV, plus a little bit of info about yourself.

I look forward to hearing from you.

David Schofield

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.


Unit 19 Teaching special groups helps the teacher to understand more the behaviours and culture in different group sets of students, it maybe beginners, young adults or mixed groups. This is important for teachers so that they may be able to adjust and provide necessary materials or aids for teaching. It will be very easy for teachers to teach English for different class if this the case and easy to keep them motivated.In this unit, I learned the most common difficulties and problems faced when teaching English to non-native speakers, as well as how to avoid or correct the issues. I also learned what a warmer activity is, when it is needed, and a few examples. One of the most important pieces of information I learned, though, was the importance of creating a good and positive rapport with the students at the beginning of the course.