TEFL in Quevedo, Ecuador (2)

Date posted:2009-06-09 | Writer: Global Voice | Email: [email protected]

Global Voice is a Private English Language School located in Quevedo, Los Rios, Ecuador. We are looking for qualified TEFL teachers who are available for an immediate start. You should be a native speaker of English who is over 30 years old, and have at least one year’s experience teaching English, (a married couple is desirable).We offer a one year contract, the same salary as Ecuadorian teachers earn, airport pick up from Guayaquil, safe private accommodation, daily transportation (home-school-home) (class days only) and Spanish lessons. Job details:
30 hours a week ( 4 / 5 days )
Classes are usually in the afternoon, but sometimes
morning or evening classes may be required
Small groups ( up to ten )
Children, young and adult learners
Classes are shared with Ecuadorian teachers
Spanish is not necessary
Email resume, cover letter and photopage of passport to:
Dr. Marcelo Haro at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 chapter i have learned the complexity of the conditionals tenses and difference between the zero conditional and first conditional, second, third and mixed conditional as well as the understanding of the difference and the usage of the reported and direct speech. we have also learned about the typical mistakes and errors that most students makes and we where provided with great teaching ideas as well.This section reminded me of the labels we use to discuss English grammar although I myself have been accustomed to using different labels to describe the aspects of tense. I divide tenses into the simple past and the imperfect (continuous past) and the simple present and the continuous present. This is a very tricky part of English grammar particularly for Chinese students who lack inflections in their verbs.