TEFL in Italy - Central

Date posted:2005-08-16 | Writer: British Institutes | Email: [email protected]


The British Institutes of Avezzano and Sulmona seek 3 qualified EFL English teachers (native speakers) to start end of September 2005 until May-June 2006.

To be elegible for the positions you should:
- Be dynamic, out-going, flexible and self-motivated.
- Be an EC passport holder and English Mother tongue
- Have a University degree and a CELTA/TEFL certificate or equivalent.
- Be committed to the post for at least one academic year.
- Have some language teaching experience.

The schools are set in the center of Italy about 100-150 km from Rome. There are over 200 British Institutes in Italy.
Our schools are centrally located with 20 years of experience in the field of English Language teaching. We offer General English, Business English, one-to-one programs. Groups are small (max. 10 students per class), students are mostly teenagers and adults. Friendly atmosphere. Lessons are usually taught from lunchtime to evening, Monday-Friday. Assistance in finding accomodation. Further informations will be provided during a personal telephone interview.

Qualified applicants should e-mail a cover letter, a CV, 2 reference letters and a photo to the following E-Mail: [email protected]

British Institutes
Viale Roosevelt, 14
67039 Sulmona AQ ITALY
TEL. 0039 0864 55606
MOB. 0039 347 1940333

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.

 

The last verb tense was looked at in this unit, namely the \"Future tense.\" Although I assumed this tense would be just as easy as the other two, I must say it actually unpleasantly surprised me when it turned out to be the most difficult one to get my head around. The hardest part learning he foundations of the different tenses is the \"uses\" and especially \"the future tense\" had too many to actually remember by heart.Pronunciationseems to appear as the most negglected aspect of english. Pronology is the study, science, analysis, and classifocation of theo properties ofsounds. Then intonation is the variation in volume and pitch in a whole sentence. The normal pattern of intonation in a sentence is the rise and fall intonation. The techniques we can use to teach intonations are: By gesture, Nonsense words, The board, humming or singing.


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