Employment teaching English in Saudi Arabia

Date posted:2003-08-26 | Writer: Al-Falak Electronic Equipment & Supplies Co | Email: [email protected]

 The incumbent should be a Native Speaker (USUK) with the following background:
Qualifications:-
* MA in TESOL or Applied Linguistics or a One Year, full time postgraduate diploma in TESOL from a recognized university.


* Equivalent qualifications such as a B.Ed or PGGE specializing in EFL, or,
* RSA/ULCLES DELTA or Dip. TEFLA are also acceptable, as are qualifications at this level gained by distance learning.
Experience:-
* At least 2 Years relevant overseas TESOL experience is required. This might be waived only if shorter overseas experience was especially relevant and there was longer relevant experience in the candidateํs home country.
Attractive pay is assured. Interested candidates shall e-mail their resume to [email protected].


NOTE:- Candidates who have applied before for our earlier advertisements need not to submit their resume again since short listed candidates case are still under review with our Client Organization.

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 esplains the most difficult aspect of the English language teaching and learning, especially the the difference between the spellings of the words and it's pronunciation is so confusing for non native learners as well as teachers. To learn the international phonemic alphabet and then keep it in regular practice will help overcome the students and teachers the confusion and increase skill in pronouncing the words correctly.By reading and reviewing this unit I refreshed my memory on the parts of speech and the various intricacies of sentence structure, grammar and syntax. I also learned of various terms in reference to the parts of speech that I had not known prior to reading this unit, and was forced to consider how difficult it must be to have to learn irregular verbs and remember them with no real existing rule as to how they as a whole are formed.


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