Date posted:2015-03-23 | Writer: Angloville | Email: [email protected]
Angloville, the biggest provider of language immersion programmes in Central – Eastern Europe, is looking for volunteers who are available for short courses. As an English speaker, you stay in one of our beautiful venues in Poland or Hungary for 6-7 days and help our clients improve their English through a series of conversations and activities. In return, Angloville pays for your stay with full board and offers an unforgettable cultural exchange experience. This is an ideal opportunity for suitable TEFL graduates, that offers:
• A free stay in a beautiful countryside resort, food included.
• A chance to meet, connect and learn from successful professionals from Central – Eastern Europe / ambitious youth
• Invaluable teaching experience
• A week full of memories, new friends, and an introduction to a new culture.
• Free tour of Warsaw / Wroclaw / Budapest (depending on the programme you choose)
For more information, contact us at the email address given on the job heading.
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.
In this unit, I learned about different teaching aids and their effective use. In doing that, there was one main theme that I noticed: preparation and testing of equipment and materials prior to class is a must. I also found the activity idea presented in the Video/DVD section to be particularly useful. Lastly, I learned about numerous resources that I can use to build future lesson plans.This unit was on reporting direct speech, how direct speech changes when it is reported. The topic went back to the units on tenses and how they transform from direct speech when reported. The unit was okay, a bit confusing at first, but the more you revise and get used to how speech changes when it reported. The topic was made easier by the fat that we learnt the tenses in previous chapters.