TEFL in France - Paris

Date posted:2007-02-14 | Writer: Maher Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

MLI encourages experienced, highly energetic, and highly qualified professionals to apply for its Summer Language Institute (SLI) to be held in Paris from July 2 to July 27, 2007. The SLI will offer language courses in American English for any one interested in America, the language and its culture and who would love to learn or improve their language skills, especially vocabulary, reading, writing, listening comprehension and speaking. Courses will accommodate the needs of learners in different levels.


If you hold an MA and/or a PhD degree from an accredited University, and/or have been involved in teaching English as a Second/Foreign Language (ESL/EFL), you are invited to apply. Salary is commensurate with experience and qualifications, and positions are open till filled.


Given the salience of the arts in the program, priority is given to applicants who have been incorporating any one of the art electives in their language teaching (see Program Structure).


Interested applicants should fill out and submit the online application form along with supportive documents
Short listed candidates will be contacted as soon as possible.
The remuneration is competitive and commensurate with qualifications and experience. A preference will be given to candidates who have been incorporating educational arts in their teaching. Selected candidates will work with professional artists prior to and during the summer session.



Contact information
Dr. Hedi Belazi
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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 unitrovides information on various types of English language assessment I already know quite well and do use in my work, however it was useful to learn about various types of practice tests (such as skills-based and busines English tests, etc.) I believe evaluation and testing tends is, not the most exciting part of language teaching, but non the less is very important for progressing from one stage to another.This unit focused on reading and listening skills and addressing how to teach them in a way that is nonthreatening and enjoyable. I found it particularly helpful because teaching English in Japan has a large focus on listening and reading but not so much on productive skills. So while it's reassuring to have a better grasp on how to go about teaching these skills I look forward to the productive skills focused unit.


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