Job Teaching English in France

Date posted:2016-05-04 | Writer: Autour des Langues | Email: [email protected]

Autour des Langues are currently looking for an EFL teacher to join our friendly, family run language school in Saint-Raphaël, France. The position involves preparing and delivering fun and effective English language lessons (based on our communicative method) to small groups of French students (children aged 3 year and above, teenagers and adults). Full training, support and materials provided. Close-knit team that works together to create a friendly work environment and a relaxed atmosphere for students.


Flexible salary and timetable to be discussed.


CELTA, TEFL, TESOL or minimum 1 year experience teaching English as a foreign language. Experience teaching Young Learners is ideal though not an obligation.


Send your CV to Gemma Sutcliffe by email to the address given on the job heading.  

Autour des Langues

923, avenue des Mimosas,

29 Les Suvières

83700 Saint Raphaël


Tél: 04 89 78 90 16

Mobile: 06 21 32 25 94


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 emphasized to me how complex learning the English language can be for students that are learning English as a foreign language. The unit covered the present tenses and the four aspects which are simple. continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. I learned about the form, usages, typical student errors and activities that help students to understand the aspects of present tenses.This unit taught me about evaluating and testing. Which tests are appropriate for which students at certain levels. It also explained which tests are suitable for students with different goals, whether it be entrance to an English speaking university or work place. Giving a list of relevant external exams was also useful so that I become familiar with what students will need in the future.

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