TEFL Job in Italy (3)

Date posted:2015-07-14 | Writer: Studio Inglese | Email: [email protected]

Studio Inglese in Padova, north eastern Italy, is seeking one EFL teacher for the coming year, October - June 2016. Must have a TEFL qualification and at least 1 year’s teaching experience. Applicants must be native level English speakers and possess an EU passport or work visa.

Our school is in Padova (population 250,000), which is a very nice and friendly town in the northeast of Italy offering beautiful scenery and only 20 minutes from Venice and Vicenza. It’s a beautiful Italian city known for its university and cultural heritage. There are many opportunities to explore all the other fascinating areas which Veneto has to offer. As a large university town, there are many activities for the 20-35 year old crowd as well as theatre, opera (in nearby Verona) and of course great collections of art.  It’s a medium cost of living in Padova; an evening meal in a good restaurant (2 courses, with wine) costs €15. However, accommodation is slightly high if you decide to stay in the city centre.

Compensation:

Salary = 1.000,00 - 1.300,00 per month, after tax depending on experience

Bonus: all teachers receive on-going training throughout the year. Teachers also have free, unlimited internet access. Teachers who continue to the second year receive 3 day weekend training in Bologna.

To apply, contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

Address:

Via S. Prosdocimo, 35,

35139 Padova PD,

Italy

Phone: +39 049 740 0136

 

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.

 

In this unit the differences between the past tenses were made clear and I could see comparisons between the present and past tenses. The unit made it clear how to form each tense and also how to use it in a question or negative form. I learnt what to look out for as common mistakes are often made. I also learnt how to teach these tenses and I could come back to this unit for activity ideas.This unit is about teaching special groups. There are different type of classes: Teaching beginners, teaching individual students, teaching children and teaching business english. Every type of class has their special needs you have to fulfil to garanty a more efficient learning experience. If you teach business english for example you might find a class varying in age and language level.

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