Teach EFL in Indonesia (4)

Date posted:2012-11-22 | Writer: PT. VIC Indonesia | Email: [email protected]

 PT. VIC Indonesia has opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. We are a one stop education company that provides Overseas Study Consultation (VES: Vista Education Services), English Language School (VIP: Vista International Programs), In-company Training (V-Pro: Vista for Professionals) and VISTA – Hospitality Expert (V-Hos) with the head quarter located in Surabaya. Founded in 1998, Vista has been growing rapidly to become a young-spirited, dynamic company committed to be consistent with its vision to be a leader in overseas study consultation in Indonesia. Growing with our clients’ satisfaction, PT. VIC Indonesia currently has seven branch offices in Surabaya, Jakarta, Bandung and Denpasar.

Responsibilities :

    Responsible in teaching some VIP Program Courses : TOEFL PBT Prep. , IELTS Prep, , Academic English & Business English.

    Monitoring students Learning progress.

    Involved in Academic administration tasks & certain daily operation tasks.

Requirements :

    TEFL or TESOL certification, (non-native speakers must have min TOEFL score of 560).

    A Few years of teaching exp. In TOEFL, IELTS, Academic English & Business English is an advantage.

    Have strong Interpersonal skills & likeable personality.

    Computer literate, familiarity with multimedia teaching is a must.

    Overseas graduate is a plus & fresh graduates are welcomed

Benefits include a friendly & dynamic working atmosphere, good basic Salary, daily allowance, health  insurance, and incentive bonuses.

Interested?

Please send your CV together with recent photograph to the e-mail 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.

 

This lesson has been more helpful with the videos, though i wish that the videos were shorter with the content not so spread apart. I think that the video could be condensed much better. the tenses have continued to be aspects of this course that are the most difficult for me. I have gone back to review the present and past tenses and it has helped, but i understand that it is one of my weaknesses.I learned the different methods that exist for teaching a language. The method the most explained by the lesson was Engage-Study-Activate. This is a three stage method of lessons that keeps students interested and maximizes student talk time. The lesson provided example activities for each stage as well as alternate forms of ESA. There was also a section on how, what, and when to correct a student.

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