Teach English in Germany (5)

Date posted:2015-01-20 | Writer: EF Corporate Language Training GmbH | Email: [email protected]

EF Corporate Solutions is now recruiting TEFL certified teachers! With 50 years´ experience of helping companies communicate better, EF Corporate Solutions (EF CS) currently works with over 1000 companies in 120 countries. Our global language solutions include online training, In-Company training and intensive courses abroad.  As an EFL teacher and part of EF CS´In-Company global teaching team, you will help fulfill our mission to provide companies with an excellent return on their training investment.  Using our unique Efekta Language Learning System and our EF Business English book series, we incorporate industry specific vocabulary into lessons, to practice spoken skills for specific job functions.

Requirements:

Recognized TEFL certification

Excellent communication and interpersonal skills

Working experiences in business environment desirable

Dynamic, enthusiastic and positive

An interest in teaching English to business professionals

2 years´ language teaching experience

Salary and Benefits:

All work is on free-lance basis; hours vary dependant on clients needs. Hourly rate will be discussed during the hiring process.  Each EF CS course is tailor-made at the teacher level to meet the professional language needs of our clients.

To Apply:

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Königsallee 92a

Düsseldorf

40212

Germany

Telephone:  0049 211 68857411

Fax:  0049 211 68857401

Contact person:   Ina Voigt, Client Success Manager

 

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.

 

Tenses, in my opinion, is one of the most confusing topics for students of different language origins. In real life situations, noting details such as tenses are the least of a speaker's worries. This however is the most common mistake of even the advanced level students, so it is our task to teach them the most basic and make them aware and help them in understanding the importance of tenses.There are four things the students need to do with the new language to be able to incorporate it; be exposed to it, understand its meaning, understand how it´s constructed and be able to practise and produce it. As teachers we are responsible for introducing both grammar and new vocabulary in a balanced way. This to ensure that the function of the new language becomes clear to the students.

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