Job in Italy For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2015-04-08 | Writer: Accademia Lingue e Culture Europee | Email: [email protected]

ALCE is looking for dynamic and enthusiastic EFL teachers. We are a school in the heart of Bologna that specialises in teaching English to Italian students. It was founded in 1999 with the simple goal of providing students with a comprehensive educational and cultural experience, within a friendly and encouraging environment.

Classes range from one-on-one tuition to small groups of students. Courses include Business English, courses for young children and teenagers, intensive courses, university preparation, exam training (FCE, TOEFL, IELTS, CAE etc).

Requirements:

Degree: Preferred

Certificate: CELTA, TESOL, TEFL, Trinity Cert, or equivalent

Teaching Experience: Desirable

Skills and attributes (Essential):

Excellent communication skills with all ages and abilities

Interpersonal skills

Flexibility and enthusiasm

Ability to work with children

Good time management skills

Salary: Information on request

To Apply:

Please send your CV and any relevant certificates to the email address given on the job heading.

ALCE

Accademia Lingue e Culture Europee

Via Santo Stefano,

164 - 40125 Bologna

Italia

Tel: 051/05.60.300

 

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 covered all things phonetic. I was surprised at the detail in this unit. Not only did the unit go over intonation, stress, and the phonetic alphabet, but it also covered areas I had never heard of such as linking. I was not familiar with anything in this unit. Overall, I feel I learned a great deal and this unit took me a significantly longer time to absorb than the previous units.Most of the topics in this chapter are common sense and can be omitted. Shouting at students need not be included in this topic since it's obviously not effective. It would be better to give suggestions on how to control temper instead of just telling \"never lose your temper\". As a teacher, we do get irritated at times and learning how to control our temper is imperative to our own success.


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