TEFL in Quito, Ecuador

Date posted:2007-06-07 | Writer: Lenguatec | Email: [email protected]

We are a school that specializes in teaching English to professionals at all levels of learning, from beginners to high-advanced business English learners. Classes are small, between 1 and 5 students. We provide all teaching resources--books, CDs, videos, etc. Classes are on-site at the institute or for corporate students, at their offices.
The ideal candidate would have:
* a university degree
* English teaching experience
* TEFL certification
* working knowledge of Spanish

Full-time positions are available for July start.
To hire teachers, we ask for a minimum 6 month commitment. Teachers will be responsible for legalizing their visas before arrival. We will assist in finding initial housing. Benefits include a salary of $800/month, which is more than sufficient to live comfortably in Quito. A cellular phone plan is also included. We offer $400 toward visa expenses and airfare, deducted from your salary over a negotiable number of months.

To apply, contact: [email protected]


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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.


This unit dealt with three different topics: modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice. My biggest lesson from this chapter has been that I need to review phrasal verbs. In fact, it is the one grammar topic that I do not seem to have any memories of learning. Modals are an interesting topic, but do pose problems for learners. This chapter gave a compact overview of the meanings that will prove helpful in teaching.Teaching pronunciation and phonology is the primary focus of unit thirteen. In phonology, stress, rhythm, and intonation are critical to grasping a better understanding of the English language and its pronunciation. Articulation and teaching techniques for individual sounds are also provided in the unit. When to teach pronunciation is up to the teacher, whether it be in an entire lesson or slots within the lesson.