Opportunity Teaching English in Greece

Date posted:2008-07-30 | Writer: Skouras Language School | Email: [email protected]

Our school is committed to excellence in teaching and pursuing success for its students in the international language examinations.  Our most valuable asset is our people for whom we provide a highly professional but also friendly work environment and commensurate remuneration.  In return we expect dedication to meeting targets, excellent interpersonal and communication skills and ability to work within a team to deliver the desired results.

It is a requirement that all applicants have or are in the process of obtaining a current teaching license and work permit for Greece.

All teaching posts are currently covered for the next school year.  However, we will be happy to hear from competent and enthusiastic individuals.  If you fit the above picture, please send us your CV by e mail to the address given on the job heading page. You can also contact us for any further information.

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.

 

With this unit, it appears that the future tenses are, most likely, the most challenging tenses for both teacher and student. The idea of reflecting on the past from a future perspective (as with the future perfect) was particularly interesting, since we native speakers never think of it in those terms. Before reading this unit, I was curious as to how one might go about teaching the \"going to\" construction.There are different ways of teaching techniques, for the students to stay alive and engage to the lessons. The games, the debates, the group discussions will be very helpful for the beginners in learning the English language not that they are only learning English language but at the same time they learn to communicate and know each one, and by this they are over coming the shyness to speak the English language.

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