Positions in France For Online/Telephone English Teachers

Date posted:2018-11-07 | Writer: Virtual English Training (VET) | Email: [email protected]

Virtual English Training (VET) provide online/telephone Business/General English lessons to French professionals (individuals and small groups) working in their respective companies. Lessons are generally 30 minutes or 1 hour in length and primarily take place during the French working day as well as some evenings and weekends too. We are currently seeking new teachers to join our team with flexible schedules on a freelance basis for a new batch of students. We have ample work available for the right trainers. Competitive rates of pay.

REQUIREMENTS:

• Native English Teacher - CELTA/TESOL/TEFL qualified

• At least TWO years of teaching general business English online/via telephone

• Knowledge of French Language

HOW TO APPLY:

If you meet these requirements, please send your CV with covering letter to the email address given on the job heading to be considered for a position.   

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 unit 4, methods for teaching new language are discussed. Many techniques from previous units are revisited; such as the patchwork, boomerang, and straight arrow ESA structures. Grammar, spelling, and punctuation are emphasized more in this unit. This lesson is more suitable for teaching intermediate students, new English learners would absolutely struggle with sentence structure.English grammar is one that is relatively difficult and is necessary to be viewed with a keen eye and constant precision. Throughout this lesson, it is imperative to be able to review this information to be able to identify ways to progress your teaching, as well as allow for students to be successful in how they understand grammar in more depth and enhance their fluency in English.

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