Opportunities Teaching TEFL in Ireland

Date posted:2009-10-06 | Writer: Anglophiles | Email: [email protected]

Fantastic temporary and full time teaching vacancies!

We seek TEFL Teachers to teach and supervise groups of visiting overseas teenagers (mainly French) in Mallow, Cork. Each course lasts between 2 to 3 weeks and has a focus on communication. With such a short time there is a lot to pack in and we are looking for energetic and enthusiastic teachers who will help the students to get the most possible out of their stay.

We are able to offer both part-time and full-time positions, with part-time tutors teaching in the mornings only (except one afternoon project on some dates) and full-time tutors teaching in the mornings and taking part in activities in the afternoons.

You must hold one of the following qualifications Cert TESOL, TEFL, CELTA, CELTYL, and or PGCE, and/or experience of teaching English as a Foreign Language.

Competitive fees.

Please email Stephanie at the address given on the job heading, or call 0044 20 603 1466

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 provides information on how to go about creating a syllabus. From learning how to do a 'needs analysis', different level's of testing and evaluation, on-line resources and then finally creating your own syllabus this lesson is helpful for giving a hands on approach to teaching and preparing your language course. It also stresses the importance of feedback and syllabus evaluations from the students.This unit went into detail the differences in speaking and writing as well as the importance of both accuracy and fluency. There are different types of activities that are planned around these two types of learning and examples on how to best utilize them. This unit also explained why students may be hesitant to participate and ways that the teacher can get around those and encourage their students to speak.

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