School in Mexico Seeks EFL Teachers

Date posted:2016-03-23 | Writer: Lingua Franca | Email: [email protected]

Lingua Franca - escuela de idiomas, one of the largest and most established language schools in the bay area of Puerto Vallarta, has immediate opportunities for EFL teachers. We are not a franchised school, yet, and we believe in providing quality fun classes. We have our own method, developed over years of accumulated experience.

We are currently in a phase of rapid growth and need TEFL trained teachers to satisfy demand. Within the next few years, we intend to open up more branches in other cities throughout Mexico and therefore, are also offering future growth opportunities for the right candidates.

Puerto Vallarta itself is a tropical paradise nestled amongst the Sierra Madre mountains and the Pacific Ocean, sitting in one of the world’s largest bays. It’s an immensely laid back place as well as one of Mexico’s safest cities.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Vary depending on profile but will be between 80 and 120 pesos per hour (if you work in the 'honorario system'), or a fixed salary varying from 8,000 to 12,000 pesos if you work full time as an official employee of the institution.

REQUIREMENTS:

Speak English fluently

Have some kind of TEFL certification

Have at least 2 years teaching experience

Preferably be able to speak Spanish although not a necessity.

Preferably already live and work in Mexico 'legally' (preference given to those that already hold work papers.)

TO APPLY:

If you would like to join our team, send your resumé along with a cover letter to us at the email 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.

 

This unit gave a lot of perspective on the planning of a class and it's content. I found it interesting and easy to follow. It gave a lot of easy information about what to do with the class in the different phases and the video's were very informative. When I saw the first video of the Lesson Demo I was really shocked. Watching the second video got me all excited about getting started.The past tense unit was a nice compliment to the present tense unit. With having the framing already for the present tense, it was easier for me to understand how the past tense functions in its various forms. Being able to categorize both past and present tense in the four different forms will help me to better explain this to students in ways that are separate, yet align with each other.

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