TEFL in Mexico.

Date posted:2007-07-16 | Writer: Culturlingua Jalisco | Email: [email protected]

Culturlingua Jalisco has two small and friendly language schools located in Uruapan, Michoacan and Tlaquepaque, Jalisco. We teach students of all ages and levels in small groups.

We are currently recruiting teachers to join out team for the Fall 2007 semester. If you are motivated, enthusiastic and have a TEFL / TESOL qualification then we would be very interested in hearing from you.

The position is a full time position, working Monday to Friday, with weekends off. We include furnished accomodation with the position, but airfares are not paid for.

Should you be interested in one of our opportunities, please take a look at the 'teaching vacancies' section on our website Contact us for more information about the positions and the schools.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!


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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.


That is a grammatical Unit. Here we can find the information about Conditionals and reported speech. Its a little bit hard for students to learn Conditionals. There are 5 types of Conditionals: zero, first, second, third and mixed. It's important to know which Tense turns to which Tense. The same is with the reported speech. Not only the Tense takes changes but also the time (tomorrow turns to that day and so on)One of the last sentences in this unit is: Don't be afraid of phrasal verbs! That is a joke. Even after reading this lesson and hopefully passing this unit test, I can see how people struggle with learning the English language. It is difficult. However, it is worth the effort. I do wish that we would just not use such a mix of sentence structures. But this lesson will help me teach these ideas if I ever need to.