TEFL Job in Paraguay

Date posted:2018-04-20 | Writer: Berlitz Paraguay | Email: [email protected]

Berlitz Paraguay is seeking both full and part time EFL instructors who can preferably also speak German, French Portuguese or Italian to join the friendly and professional team in Fernando de la Mora (Zona Norte). This is a great opportunity to develop your TEFL skills teaching professionals, students, groups or private individuals - Berlitz helps individuals and businesses, government and non-profit organizations develop the language, cross-cultural and global leadership skills necessary for success. We have a rich history and innovative approach to instruction, multiple platform delivery options and many other advantages.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS:
Native level fluency

TEFL/TESOL or equivalent qualification

Available to work mornings, afternoons, evenings and Saturdays

TO APPLY:
Send your CV and cover letter to the email address given on the job heading.

Berlitz Paraguay

Fernando de la Mora (Asuncion 2)

Cnel. Franco 999 c/ Pettirossi

Fernando de la Mora,

Paraguay

TEL: +595 21 515 900

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 explains the various types of material that can be used in lessons. It shows how to evaluate and adapt course books in relation to the needs of the students. It compares authentic and creative materials,gives examples of role play cards, flash cards and other creative activities. I have learnt how to use these effectively and how to discern what to use in a given situation.This unit is about pronunciation and phonology. When I saw the title of the unit it thought ooh no, but everything was clearly explained. Better than my English teachers did at school. Now at least it's clear for me how to teach this to students. Though it was not always easy to read those scientific names. I think honestly when teaching this to students, it's better to use visuals.

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