TEFL Qualified Teachers Needed in Italy (2)

Date posted:2014-09-17 | Writer: Tuttolingue | Email: [email protected]

Tuttolingue was founded in 1995 and has grown to become one of Catania’s most reputable private language schools. We currently employ EFL teachers to give classes to students of all ages (from 4 years old pre-readers), backgrounds and levels, with a maximum of 10 students per class and are looking to recruit three TEFL qualified teachers for full-time positions from October 2014 to May 2015. Courses range from children’s groups to TOEFL Exam preparation courses, thus teachers are expected to teach all ages and levels.

We 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/TEFL/TESOL certificate;

- some relevant teaching experience.

Contract for 25 hours a week, from Monday to Saturday, teaching groups of 10 students max, mainly exam preparation. We offer a fixed monthly salary. Full details to be given at interview stage.

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. Interviews to be held in person or via Skype.


Via Gabriele D'Annunzio 33




Tel: +39 095 7169496

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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.


Using aids in classrooms can help motivational levels of the students and also help to reduce teacher talk time, which is beneficial for the learners. Including the use of things such as dictionaries, video cameras, OHP into classroom will help the students to have a less stressful language learning experience and also make sure that they understand and have fun while they are in the classroom.I've always found phonetics extremely interesting since letters are often so closely related but the sound is only slightly different. I can imagine how hard it must be to teach English with words often blending together and sounds changing. It will be difficult to try to teach these rules to students without telling them that simply \"it is how it is\" and the students having to only memorize.