Teach EFL in Mexico

Date posted:2017-06-08 | Writer: Heslington Language Programme | Email: [email protected]

Come and teach in beautiful central Mexico.  Perfect for newly certified EFL teachers who want to make Mexico the first step on their international journey.  4 - 6 month contracts (Aug - Dec, Jan - April , May - Aug). Join the hundreds of people who have traveled to Heslington’s English Centers to share their talents and TEFL skills with the local community and immerse themselves in the Mexican culture.  

JOB DETAILS:

* 25 hours/week

* Monday - Friday (NEVER weekends)

* Monthly stipend

* Housing (with host family or in teachers' house - all utilities paid)

* Spanish workshop (3 hrs. / week)

* Cultural activities

* Fun, caring and supportive environment

TO APPLY:

Please contact Matthew Poy at the email address given on the job heading for more information.

Heslington Language Programme

2 Norte #1210 Colonia Jacarandas,

Esquina 14 Poniente,

75730 Tehuacán, Pue.,

Mexico

Phone: +52 238 384 6929

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.

 

One really is enjoying and appreciates these sparsly arranged grammar lessons. These accustomed lessons make a great deal of progress in giving one to go on with the course. Once again, grammatical terms and discriptions in these units are an excellent reminder how confusing it might be from learners' perspective and even to teachers. Thus it is never too old to review everything basic.This section contained some good points on how to deal with individual students whether it be in large groups or dealing with reluctants. It contains some good tips that can be used in the classroom and allow things to run smoothly. Of course, there are going to be struggling moments while teaching however I feel this course will definitely help me in becoming the best teacher I can be.

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