Teach English in France

Date posted:2010-06-10 | Writer: Juralangues | Email: [email protected]

Opportunity for a TEFL qualified teacher to work in the mountainous Jura region of France near the Swiss border. We are looking for someone to teach adults starting at the end of August this year running through to Christmas. The ideal candidate will have some business experience and a clean driving licence. Benefits include a competitive salary plus car and accommodation. Please contact Andrew at the address given on the job heading for more details and to apply.

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.


Unit 4 introduced the English tense system and covered present tense forms and usages. It emphasized the importance of EFL teachers being well-grounded in the tenses so they can teach and correct with clarity this often intimidating and confusing subject. I learned from the note about present simple negative forms a helpful tip: the auxiliary verb \"doesn't\" has the \"s\" so the main verb does't need one.this unit is all about Teaching pronounciation and phonology. it looks at how we use intonation and stress to emphasis our speech as well as techniques and activities that can help the student gain confidence when using language. so pronounciation is very important not only in learning English but any other language because your pronounciation will always determine your level in a given language most often