Job For TEFL Qualified Teacher in Italy

Date posted:2013-09-26 | Writer: Tuttolingue | Email: [email protected]

uttolingue is a private language school based in Catania, Sicily, south of Italy. We are looking for a reliable, enthusiastic, mothertongue EFL teacher to teach teenagers and adults and prepare them for exams. Contract from October 2013 to May 2014, 25 hours a week from Monday to Saturday. Immediate start. Tuttolingue was founded in 1995 and has grown to become one of Catania’s most reputable private language schools. We set a maximum of 10 students per class and are situated in spacious modern premises in the city centre. The school has free wi-fi and comfortable classrooms, some of them provided with interactive whiteboards.


Potential candidates for teaching positions must fulfill the following requirements:

- education to degree level;

- hold an internationally recognized TEFL qualification such as a CELTA/ TESOL certificate ;

- some relevant teaching experience

How to apply:

If you are interested in joining our team, please send your CV, a cover letter and a recent photo to the email address given on the job heading.  


Via G. D'Annunzio 33




Tel: 0957169496

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 covers the Importance of choosing the proper teaching material. There are few options of it, you may use authentic material (such as newspapers, articles, radio broadcasting, menu of a restaurant and so on ), use your own created material or use a course book. All of this has its own advantages and disadvantages. The key is to find the balance in teaching the specific group of students.In this unit we have studied “Conditionals” and “Reported/Indirect Speech”. The conditional sentences contain two clauses: the “if clause” and the “main clause” There are five main conditionals: Zero, First, Second, Third and Mixed conditional. “Reported/Indirect Speech”: we use it when we report what someone has said, but we do not quote him/her.