Job For EFL Teacher in Ireland

Date posted:2013-08-29 | Writer: MovingOn Courses | Email: [email protected]

MovingOn Courses is a small, friendly language academy. We have been offering different intensive English courses for over 12 years. We currently have an opportunity to work in Belfast and also attend trips and visit Northern Ireland. Accommodation is included and is shared with adult students (most 23 -28 years old). You can stay for one month or up to 6 months guaranteed - a longer contract is available provided both parties are happy after a trial period. You must be a native level speaker, have a TEFL qualification and preferably some experience. although this job is ideal for teachers who are recently qualified. Pay varies according to experience but can quickly improve if we see you can do the job. Classes have a maximum of 6 students. You need to be sociable and remember that you need to help and correct the students at all times.

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading for more information and to apply.

 

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 unit focuses on pronunciation and phonology. It stresses that the teaching of pronunciation and phonology are often neglected by teachers of English working and a foreign country. It pays particular attention intonation, stress, and articulation, providing ideas on the development of effective lessons teaching these skills and concepts. These ideas will help me structure plans in the future.Unit 16 covers conditionals and reported speech. I learned about the five main conditionals and their usages. The five conditionals are zero, first, second, third, and mixed. For example, the zero conditional refers to actions and facts that are irrefutable (Page 1, Unit 16). To differ, the third conditional refers to a hypothetical past action and the hypothetical past result (Page 2, Unit 16).

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