EFL Teachers Needed in Queretaro, Mexico

Date posted:2011-12-05 | Writer: Bridge Institute School of English | Email: [email protected]

Bridge Institute School of English is a reputable language institution located for the past ten years in the city of Querétaro. We are currently hiring qualified TEFL teachers for part-time positions starting in January 2012. Querétaro is known for being a safe and beautiful, medium-sized city located in the Bajío region about two and a half hours from Mexico City. The job consists of teaching morning and afternoon on-site Business English classes for a total of 7 to 10 teaching hours per week. Other languages are a plus but not a must since we also offer other language services (both teaching and translating) in Portuguese, German, French and Italian. The compensation for these classes and additional language teaching and translating sevices is sufficient to cover living costs such as rent, food and other necessary expenses. The school will also assist in finding adequate accommodation for new teachers. Normally, there are numerous opportunities for teachers to obtain extra hours by substituting at the institute or taking on private classes during their free hours.
The minimum qualifications to be considered for a teaching post at Bridge are an initial TESOL certificate and at least one year of teaching experience. 1 year contract required. Any interested candidate who meets the above requirements is invited to send his or her resumé to James Smith, the academic director, 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.


The importance of lesson plans are: -To keep record - Serve as a working document -Aid for planning a class Then the basic principles of lesson planning are: -Donot try to script the lesson. -Structure itqand maintain the same Structure. - Check for balance of skills, by trying to make sure activities fit together to give a lesson a smooth flow -Keep it flexible and adaptation. -Keep it simple.I am sure the time and effort put into this program have yielded positive things. There are so many things I know and practise as a teacher which have been taken for granted. Having the chance and experience to do some things over and over again is one thing, but being on the feild and performing the required tasks well enbough is another thing. As time passes, it is good to always go back and refresh.