TEFL Jobs around France

Date posted:2009-12-01 | Writer: Anglophiles Academic | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for energetic, enthusiastic and organized teachers to work on our English language courses in England, Ireland and France.

For over 30 years Anglophiles Academic has been one of the leading UK providers of quality educational courses and travel experiences for young people from overseas.

We now have vacancies for qualified EFL tutors to work on our English language courses in February, April, June, July & August 2010.

Teachers will typically teach between 12 - 25 hours per week and be involved in other cultural, sports and social activities.

Positions are available in our homestay centres in Hunstanton, King’s Lynn, Milton Keynes, Mallow (Ireland), Northampton, Nottingham, Peterborough, Plymouth, Spalding, Wisbech and York. We also require tutors for our UK residential centres in Skegness, Leicester and London, as well as for Berry, Banyuls and Mens in France.

You can choose the centre(s) and dates that suit you – you can work on as many courses as you wish – it’s up to you.

For more details email us at the address given on the job heading.

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.


The unit covers about the four skills in a new language which are listening,reading,writing and speaking.Receptive skills are listening and reading that are equally important and productive skills are speaking and writing.Language learners should improve all the skills equally.The unit also covers reasons for each skill,why students should listen and read and problems that language learners might encounter.Planning is vital for beginners and experienced teachers. For new teachers , it can be detail related and time-consuming , yet it gives us a clear view of what we want to do in class and what we expect student to achieve and how we can improve our teaching skills by allocated various activities flexibly. Well, it is easy said than done. With only more practice , more smooth and productive our class will be.