EFL Teacher Needed in Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico

Date posted:2011-09-22 | Writer: Culturlingua Tlaquepaque | Email: [email protected]

Due to a teacher deciding to leave, Culturlingua Tlaquepaque is looking to hire a keen, enthusiastic and motivated TEFL qualified teacher who is willing and able to come to Tlaquepaque - a suburb of Guadalajara, Mexico- as soon as possible.

Our language school offers classes to all ages and levels and provides a good opportunity for a newly qualified EFL / ESL teacher to develop their classroom skills. The desire to make a difference and to try different activities, dynamics and methods are key skills that we are looking for from the successful candidate.

Starting IMMEDIATELY, the position will run until 22nd December or ideally running through until the end of May 2012.

If you are interested in joining our team and living the experience of teaching English in one of the most dynamic regions in Latin America (the juegos Panamericanos will be starting very soon!) then please send an email with your CV and a cover letter to Greg Davies 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.


To know the right material to be use in teaching the students in English as a Foreign Language is very important. It will help the student to understand the lesson easily. It will help also the teacher to have a lively class that the students will not get bored. It's good to know the advantages and disadvantages of course book and the difference between the authentic material and the created material.This unit continues on with the various ways verbs are used in the English vocabulary, this time the focus is on the future tenses, the different aspects encountered and the way the verbs are used. It also gives good ideas of ways to teach each aspect. I am learning much about verbs that I have never known although I have been using this language all my life and considered myself to be good at English.