Teach EFL Online in Latin America

Date posted:2012-02-09 | Writer: Open English | Email: [email protected]

Open English is a revolutionary online ESL school with a rapidly growing student base throughout Latin America. We are actively recruiting talented TEFL qualified teachers, who  can work from anywhere in the world, at virtually any time of the day. Our teachers are the face of Open English, as they lead our online live classes and provide guidance to students trying to master the English language. Because of this, we are seeking to hire individuals who are enthusiastic and want to join us as we help students achieve fluency.To become one of our teachers, all you need is an Internet connection, headset, and a quiet space to lead lessons. You will have access to each week's lessons, all displayed in easy-to-use slides. Teachers host hour-long classes with an average of only four students in our virtual classrooms. During live sessions, they help students improve their pronunciation, form proper sentences, and promote discussion about the day's subject. You can also conveniently arrange your schedule so your teaching sessions work with your daily routine. That means no worrying about picking up your kids on time, making dinner, or having to quit your sports team. Once you become a Teacher at Open English, you will learn how to educate using a virtual classroom. New skills will be acquired, and there is constant room for professional growth. This is a fantastic opportunity for TEFL qualified individuals within a reliable company. Apply to be an Open English Teacher today by contacting us at the e-mail address given on the job heading.Open English LLC c/o Trident Trust (Panama) S.A. Calles 50 y Aquilino de la Guardia Plaza Banco General, Piso 14 Apartado Postal 0823-05789 Panama, Republic of Panama

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.


While present and future have four tenses each, future has seven tenses (two of which are present simple and present continuous, which can have future meaning in certain contexts). Much of the difference between these seven future tenses is due to whether the action being described will be completed or not, or whether the action being described is definite or not (planned in advance or spontaneously).Having offered private tutoring for a decade in Asia, I can attest that verb tenses are one of the major difficulties for ESL students. Not only irregular verbs must be learnt separately, but the right usage of a verb tense can immediately change the very meaning of a sentence. I can appreciate the activities suggested as this topic is usually austere and doesn't generate a lot of enthusiasm in class.