TEFL in Honduras - La Esperanza

Date posted:2005-11-10 | Writer: Troy Wesson | Email: [email protected]

Southwest School, located in La Esperanza, Honduras is seeking elementary school teachers for preschool-tenth grade for the 2006-2007 school year.

The class size ranges between five to twenty students. La Esperanza is a quiet small town located in the mountains of Southwestern Honduras, situated at en elevation of 1700 meters above sea level, providing a much cooler climate than most of Central America.

We are seeking qualified applicants who are willing to work closely with colleagues and parents to provide the best possible educational environment in a developing educational program.

While Southwest School lacks many of the materials and guidance that are expected by US standards, enthusiastic teachers will be able to experience a rewarding working environment with full support from the school and parents as well as practice teaching strategies with little interference. For more information:

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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.


Unit 2 has taught me all the very basics of English grammar and parts of speech. It certainly amazed me how any sentence in the English language can be dissected word for word and all the irregular grammatical cues that need to be learned to really understand how the sentence is supposed to be spoken/read correctly. From nouns, to adjectives, gerunds and preposition/conjunctions; English sure has some tricks up its sleeve.Judging by the fact that I have little to no experience in teaching English, this unit i must say was useful and motivational. Many of the teaching techniques that were recommended with abundant details in the Unit made me feel melancholic about my young high school days, in which our teacher used to play games with us, laughing and just giving us that comfort that we needed. I really felt good and safe reading this Unit.