EFL Teachers Needed for Private Language School in Rome, Italy

Date posted:2018-08-22 | Writer: Horizons Language Services | Email: [email protected]

Horizons Language Services is seeking EFL teachers to teach courses for preschoolers, preteens, teens, and adults in Rome from September 2018. We have part time and full time positions teaching small groups and individual classes. Knowledge of Italian at B1 level would be helpful. We provide methodology, training and teaching materials for children's courses. Applicants need E.U. citizenship or a permit to be in the E.U.

REQUIREMENTS:

Ideally you are a foreign language native speaker, were brought up bilingual or attended international or English-curriculum primary, secondary schools or universities in the EU, Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada. Preferably you have a university degree, TESOL or equivalent teaching certificate, experience teaching children and/or adults for Trinity, Cambridge, TOEFL, IELTS, etc. exams.

HOW TO APPLY

Please send your CV and 2 reference letters to the email address given on the job heading.   

You can also call us on 067 720 1534 or 347 955 7717 to ask for more details

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.

 

It is very important to understand the roles teachers and students play in the classroom. Students are all different individuals and a teacher needs to be able to keep a wide variety of personalities interested and motivated. A teacher MUST have passion for teaching and have patience to be able to be a helpful inspiring person, teachers shape their students positively or negatively.This unit was challenging! It is definitely information that will help students with pronunciation. I think the diagrams and the explanations make this unit easier to follow, but the information was somewhat overwhelming; likely because a lot of it is new for me. I will keep this unit in mind for future lessons on pronunciation and intonation. I think my students will appreciate it.

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