TEFL in Tallinn, Estonia

Date posted:2005-08-30 | Writer: IN DOWN-TOWN | Email: [email protected]

URGENT! 2005/06 school year - a TEFL teacher. Native speaker required: a degree and a TEFL teaching certificate. Good if you are open-minded and ready to pick up some new teaching experience.

Levels: pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper-intermediate; Students: teens, adults;
Working time: general working time = 35 hours a week which includes 24 teaching hours;
Money: 500 EUR, social insurance, accommodation included, up to 300 EUR of travel reimbursment, Christmas paid;
Benefits: clever students, friendly teachers' staff, functional office, Estonian or Russian courses when available, beautiful city, reasonable living costs.


  • The Language School IN DOWN-TOWN

  • Tallinn

  • Estonia

  • tel: +372 644 32 40
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  • fax: +372 646 06 64

  • [email protected]

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  • 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.


    I learned the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, the present simple, the present continuous. All of the tenses are very confusing in the beginning. But I tend to divided it with the concept of predictions which are: Future simple, going to future, and future continuous. Present continuous is the only one that is not used for expressing predictions.Reading and writing are both very important receptive skills. They can help form the basis of learning the productive skills, speaking and writing. Reading can be easier than listening because of being able to read the material multiple times and thinking about how the words fit with each other. Also, in reading a word it can help in understanding how it is suppose to sound, so in a way reading can also help with listening.