Job Teaching English in Germany (3)

Date posted:2017-01-23 | Writer: E.L.T. The English Language Trainers | Email: [email protected]

E.L.T. The English Language Trainers GmbH in Erfurt, Germany, has a freelance teaching position starting immediately. We offer a guarantee of 15 hours/week minimum (a workload of 20 hours and more are common if desired by trainers), thorough induction and teaching support, together with a professional and enjoyable work environment. In addition, we offer administrative and organisational support as well as assistance with relocation and obtaining a visa.

REQUIREMENTS:

If you are:

- a native level English speaker

- looking for a long term teaching position in Germany (min. one year)

- motivated and professional

and if you have:

- a University or college degree

- TEFL / TESOL / TESL Certification

- teaching / business experience

- German language skills

TO APPLY:

Please email your CV to us at the address given on the job heading.

We look forward to hearing from you!

The E.L.T. team       

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.

 

A good English teacher considers the teaching of pronunciation an integral part of the course.Prounciation can be easily ignored during the class,also it's very variety.Skilled pronunciation teaching could give life to the class because it reflects different feelings and personal reactions to different situations.Teachers can creat more opportunities to students to practice prounciation.My knowledge about the various tenses in English has been refreshed and of course widened. The Unit reminds me of the present simple, present perfect and present continuous tenses alongside their usage. Also, I learned about the negative form of these tenses. For example, \"I have done my homework\" is a present perfect tense while \"I haven't done my homework is the negative form of it.

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