TEFL Job in Europe

Date posted:2012-12-02 | Writer: Number 16 | Email: [email protected]

Teachers required for a leading English academy in Zaragoza, Spain. We are looking for highly motivated, professional and enthusiastic native English speakers. TEFL is required as a minimum, however experience will be considered. We are also looking for teachers with a passion for working with all ages, from 4 years old upwards. Possession of a full, clean driving license is an advantage. Non-native speakers need not apply.

 

Our teachers are Number 16 School's most important asset. We are committed to a well-spirited, enthusiastic, energetic and positive staff. We believe in having permanent staff who love their profession and we therefore offer job stability and a higher than average salary (for language schools in Spain) so that you can make a lifestyle out of your dedicated career and give you the opportunity to develop your educational career.

 

Please send your C.V, including a recent photograph, to the e-mail address given on the job heading. If you are employed you will undergo a one-week training period, to acquire the skills and abilities that will make you feel comfortable and confident with our exclusive teaching method.

 

Number 16

C/ San Miguel, 16

50001 Zaragoza,

Spain

Tel:  976 902 816

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 walked us through various types of technology in the classroom, we learned about the use of over head projectors, interactive white boards, the use of DVDs and Audio in the classrooms, and more importantly many useful resources for us teacher. This unit contained a detailed list of places we could go for more information for our students such as resources or details and also dictionaries.At first, this unit seemed simple. I thought I would finish it instantly without a blink. But once I started the test, questions were becoming confusing and I actually struggled to figure out time indications in each tense - they appear similar yet there are slight differences. After completing the task, I think I have clearer view on how to distinguish between those rather problematic past tenses.

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