Teach English in Mexico (2)

Date posted:2013-01-23 | Writer: International Communication School | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for EFL teachers to work both at Pemex, national oil company, and at our school in Poza Rica. Prospective teachers are expected to work a minimum of 96 hours per month. Minimum guaranteed pay. The school will organize and pay for an FM-3 (working visa). The people in Poza Rica and Veracruz State in general, tend to be among the friendliest in Mexico. Poza Rica is considered to be a save place.

Living accommodation is provided at no cost, with: 
a private room for each teacher 
air conditioner in each bedroom 
Cable T.V. 
2 Shared bathrooms.. 
The house is within walking distance from Pemex. 
Taxes are paid by the school

There are many good day trips to surrounding areas, places like the famous ruined Totonac city of El Tajin just twenty minutes away, picturesque towns like Papantla and the beaches of Tecolutla, Cazones, Tuxpan, Casitas, etc.

To apply, please send your resume along with a recent picture to Mr. Martin Valadez 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.


There are five main conditionals mentioned in this unit.They are Zero Conditional,First Conditional,Second Conditional,Third Conditional and Mixed Conditional.Each conditional's form and usage are explained in detail.There are also some practical ideas provided for us to use.Besides,it also explains that how to change the direct speech into the reported speech and gives several good teaching ideas.I have learnt that the CBTE course contains 6 units. The course is designed to give maximum flexibility and we can work at our own pace. I have learnt about general terminologies such as BESIL and CBTE. I do not need to be a specialist in any particular business field to be able to teach English for business, however, a working knowledge of general business terminology will obviously be beneficial.