Employment teaching English in Italy

Date posted:2003-03-18 | Writer: Languages International srl | Email: [email protected]

Looking For Excellent TEFL Teachers!!!, Genoa & Alessandria, Liguria, Italy

Minimum Salary: 11, 00 GROSS Euro per Hour
Minimum Qualifications: University degree, Recognised TEFL/TESOL certificate, a desire to work in a fun and highly motivating, and a great sense of humour!
Preferred Qualifications: flexibility and a great sense of humour!

Contact Address:

Languages International srl
Via Macaggi 23/13

Genoa, Italy

Contact Telephone: 0039-010-595-8889
Contact Fax: 0039-010-570-4014
Contact Email (click to open an email window): [email protected]

Job Description:

Join languages international in Genoa and Alessandria, Italy! We've got a great school. We teach both General and Business English to individuals and small groups (max 9 per group) in companies or at one of our own locations. We specialise in 'FUN' teaching and learning so that both the teacher and student enjoy the EFL process. Our teachers work about 25 hours per week. languages international helps all new teachers; find a place to live, join an Italian course and participate in all teacher training courses during their time at languages international. We also offer lots of didactic and moral support in order to insure an easy transition for each teacher. Teachers have a wide variety of teaching material available as well as a very active didactic department helping out every step of the way. Our group of teachers is fantastic! So what are you waiting for? Application Deadline: March 31, 2003 Minimum Salary: Euro 11, 00 per hour gross + 1 bonus at the end of the contact.

Application Deadline: 2003-06-08
Submitted by: Millica Robertson

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.


Unit 19 focuses on the different groups seen within English Language Learners. Each group will differ greatly alter the methods used and materials taught. For instance, when teaching children the instructor should be lively and comical. The instructor teaching a business English course will need to be understanding and have goals in mind for their student(s). Furthermore, the class size, as always, will affect how to teach the course.Reported speech and Direct speech are important to teach. I personally think it is appropriate to teach it when all the tenses have been reviewed. It might be confusing at first but if explained correctly, students will know the difference between the tenses and will have a full understanding of when to use each tense. It's also commonly used in conversations that have already occurred or if we need to ask what someone else told them.