TEFL Position in Mexico (2)

Date posted:2010-09-22 | Writer: English Unlimited | Email: [email protected]

English Unlimited is a language center located in San Luis Potosi, Mexico, (SLP) offering a variety of courses ranging from basic English through to Business English using our own textbooks. We constantly look for teachers all year round as ESL / EFL Teachers come and go as their work contracts expire. At this stage, we are looking for TEFL qualified and dedicated EFL teachers to start teaching in January, February, March, April 2011 and other future dates.

Our students are mostly professionals who work for international companies and are extremely enthusiastic to learn English. They are very friendly, and eager to learn about every new teacher, and about the teacher's culture, and background. Most teachers become very good friends with their students.

SLP is a colonial city, where walking through its streets you will find historical museums, cultural houses and theaters. It has a very relaxed atmosphere, with families spending their "siestas" in the numerous plazas around the city.

You must be dynamic, energetic, sociable, and flexible to adapt to the different language and culture. You don't need years of experience, but you must be able to handle teaching professionals, adolescents and children. It is a challenging job, but at the same time very rewarding.

If you think you match the above requirements, and would like to teach in Central Mexico, we invite you to:

Send / E-mail your resume to the address given on the job heading or fax to the number below:

THE DIRECTOR
English Unlimited
Cuauhtemoc 1205
Colonia Jardin, San Luis Potosi, S.L.P.
M E X I C O C.P. 78270
Tel. No. +52 (444) 833-5018; 833-1277
Fax No. +52 (444) 833-5015

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 was very confusing regarding the differences between the future tenses and how some of them can seem identical to others. I have learned about them in the past, but I definitely understand future simple the best. Future continuous, going to future, and future perfect are difficult for me to understand. I will be studying these terms again in the future (which is a future continuous sentence)!This unit educated me with the basic of future tenses and the usages of it. Had a quite hard time grasping the usages but it was not hard to understand as time went by. This unit will definitely help me get concise information and be able to pass it along to other students while teaching future tenses. This unit also helped me relate these future tenses with the present tenses and got rid of my confusion.


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