TEFL in Surabaya, Indonesia

Date posted:2008-01-29 | Writer: WorldEnglish | Email: [email protected]

We are WorldEnglish a well-established English language school in Indonesia. At the moment we have three private English language schools in Indonesia.

We are now looking to fill two vacancies for ESL teachers who are particularly interested in teaching younger children as well as teenagers and young adults.

Applicants are preferably female, have work experience related to children and are CELTA/TRINITY-certified or hold an equivalent certificate.

We offer a one-year contract with competitive salary, free accommodation, return airfare, health insurance and good opportunities for career advancement within the school.

Please apply with your full resume and recent photo to [email protected]

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 was surprisingly difficult for me. As a native speaker, I have never thought about tense and it took some practice to be able to correctly identify them. I might have a poster of tenses and examples up in my classroom as a reference since this is such a difficult concept. I speak some Lao, which has only a single tense which can be modified with \"dai\" (past) or \"see\" (future). It is so much easier.This unit contrasted the receptive skills emphasized in the last unit with productive skills: writing and speaking. Writing tends to be overlooked in classroom settings, and it is important to remember that the classroom can be quiet sometimes. For a variety of reasons, students can be hesitant to speak, so sometimes encouragement will need to be given in order to elicit responses. A great way to do this is games.


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