TEFL Job in Dortmund, Germany

Date posted:2017-07-27 | Writer: inlingua Dortmund | Email: [email protected]

Inlingua Dortmund is constantly seeking qualified English trainers to join our trainer team on a freelance basis. We provide a comprehensive training program to get you acquainted with the inlingua method of teaching. You will be teaching interesting and challenging classes with students of different language levels, receiving full assistance from our Director of Studies.

Driving license valid for Germany required, best if you own a car as we have several company customers in the surrounding area. We offer our English teachers secure employment with a minimum amount of hours guaranteed. Payment on a monthly basis. We assist by looking for a flat near our school. We expect a minimum job duration of 12 months. Please do not apply for the job if you are looking for short term Jobs only.

REQUIREMENTS:

Applicants should provide the following qualifications:

Native level English speaker

University Degree

Driving License

TESOL/TEFL Certificate (preferred)

Teaching Experience (preferred)

TO APPLY:

If you are interested in joining our team, and if you meet the above criteria, please send your application to the email address given on the job heading.

Inlingua Language Center Dortmund

Mr. Mario Troisi

Westhenllweg 66-68

D-44137 Dortmund

Germany

Phone: +49 231 149 966

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.

 

Teaching new language is always hard. There are a lot of questions according to grammar and vocabulary. This unit made it clear which rules a teacher can apply for help. In addition, it gave useful techniques how to teach them. Especially focusing on how an ESA teacher should do it. How to use the 'patchwork' or the 'boomerang' method in real life situations were really helpful for me.Understanding not only present tenses but past tenses as well are important in being able to communicate effectively in any languages. The past tenses of the English language (past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous) match up well with the present tenses previously covered. I can understand how the use of the auxiliary verbs, especially \"had\" & \"been\

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