Teach English in France - Eastern

Date posted:2004-11-02 | Writer: ILCEA | Email: [email protected]

Teach English in rural France

ILCEA (International Linguistic and Cultural Exchange Association) are seeking three English teachers for our PROXILANGUE language schools in the stunning mountainous Jura region (east of France). Applicants must be native English speakers with an EU passport (or valid work permit) and valid driving licence. Applicants must be dynamic, responsible and highly motivated individuals. You do not have to speak fluent French as our classes are completely in English. However, you will need to speak French or be strongly motivated to learn for your own practical living purposes and to integrate into the local community. Classes are delivered according to our communicative, oral-based method to small groups (usually 4-8 students) in a relaxed, friendly atmosphere. You must be prepared to teach people of all ages (age 3 to adult) and all levels of English, some positions will involve teaching business English.Applicants need to be aware that these positions involve living and working in small towns and need to take this into consideration when applying.Applicants must be available to start immediately (November) and contracts run until the end of June 2005.The working week is 25 hours (20 hours of teaching, 5 hours for preparation), Monday to Friday and classes are normally in the evenings. Wages are 1100 euros (gross) a month.Please email your c.v. with a letter of motivation to [email protected] or [email protected], or by post to Jean Charles Bully, ILCEA, 11 rue du Jura, Saint Lupicin, 39170, France.

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.


As I skimmed Unit 2, In order to become an English language teacher it is very crucial to learned part of speech on account of myself which is not my own language. And to accross this barrier this lesson will suffice my needs since it is very explanatory and understandable. Learning part of speech make me great English language user since it describes all the components of forming sentences also the specific uses and function.This unit seemed to fit into the type of lesson plan that I tend to create currently so much of the first section was quite familiar to me. I often scribble notes on the side after the lesson and rewrite the lesson based on that the following time it comes around. I really appreciated the suggested categories for the teacher improvement sheet. It was much more thorough and probably much more effective than what I am doing now.