Date posted:2012-09-03 | Writer: Santa Cruz Cooperative School | Email: [email protected]
Founded in 1959, the Santa Cruz Co-operative School (SCCS) was originally established to serve the children of the Gulf Oil Company personnel. In 1970, SCCS became the co-operative it is today. As an American Overseas School, SCCS recognizes the importance of an American presence within the school. With this goal in mind, SCCS has occasional opportunities for American EFL teachers to create an American learning environment within the school. Over 70 percent of the teaching staff at SCCS is from the United States. SCCS staff also includes teachers from Argentina, Bolivia, Canada and South Africa..Benefits include an attractive tax free salary paid in U.S. dollars, relocation and housing allowances together with medical insurance. If you are interested in joining our team please send us an e-mail introducing yourself and the reasons why you are interested in applying.
Santa Cruz Cooperative School
Santa Cruz, Bolivia
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.
Future tenses can be a bit confusing sometimes because the present continuous and going to future can be mixed up in usage. I think it's important to encourage the students to practice and do a lot of exercises to get comfortable using these tenses in the correct way. I didn't know the clear terms of all the tenses until I studied this unit. Thanks to TEFL courses, it's very helpful to ESL teachers.It's good to be aware of the different types of tests. I haven't given it much thought, but it does make sense. As far as the external tests, I am in the camp that tests don't measure everything, but it is true that you can't get away with not taking any tests. So it's useful for me to have an understanding if the external tests that my students will be studying for, so I know how best to help them.