Employment teaching TEFL in Mexico

Date posted:2004-11-30 | Writer: UNITED ENGLISH | Email: [email protected]

Thank you for your interest in UNITED ENGLISH. Are you looking for an exciting teaching position abroad teaching Business English? Do you want to be part of Mexico's top language institution? Is English your native language and you are a certified teacher with experience teaching business English, then we'd be delighted to hear from you and consider you to fill one of our immediate vacancies.

We are a leading language institution offering top quality English instruction services to mostly professionals in the business world. Among our distinguished customers are some of Mexico's largest and most important companies. Our European teaching method places much importance on a combination of highly dynamic activities such as personalized class time, interactive Multimedia sessions and a variety of oral activities. Our teaching staff consists of native English speakers exclusively who bring their unique, international background to the classroom and contribute enormously to the success of our organization.

We are looking for individuals with the following characteristics:

- Native English speaker
- TESOL, CELTA, or equivalent (min. 1 year of experience preferably teaching
- One year commitment
- Dynamic and responsible
- Between 24 and 35 years of age
- Available as of January 5, 2005

In return, UNITED ENGLISH offers you:

- Monthly fixed salary starting at $7, 000.00 Pesos (after tax)
- Max. 40 hour workweek
- Performance-based bonuses and incentives
- Paid vacations (Easter, summer, Christmas and official holidays)
- FM3 (working visa)
- Housing assistance
- Great working environment

Candidates interested in joining our teaching staff, please send your complete application (cover letter, CV, photo) and we gladly provide you with all the necessary information.

For more info, please contact Roger Kunz at [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.


Quick but short it covered the basics of testing how to maximize the date collected from these evaluations in the students' favor. I remember in my own language experience each assessment mentioned in this lesson being administered for similar reasons. One of the bits of information that really caught my eye was that progress assessments are generally kept short with larger exams given at the end of semesters/terms whathaveyou.This unit covered past tense regular and irregular forms. For instance, Irregular past simple form for the word buy. We can't simply place an ed at the end of the word buy. The base of this word changes altogether; unlike the regular past simple form where ed is added to the base word. For example, want turns into wanted. Past continuous are the past tense of the verb be (was/were) plus the present participle (verb + ing).