Immediate Starts for EFL Teachers in Oman

Date posted:2018-08-23 | Writer: CECN Educonsult | Email: [email protected]

CECN Educonsult is seeking EFL teachers for the first semester of the upcoming academic year beginning in September 2018. There are vacancies in Government Colleges in various cities in Oman. The positions involve teaching English and assessing college students 5 Days a week, Sunday to Thursday.

COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:   

Monthly tax-free compensation packages as follows:

• Salary: Up to OMR 1000 depending on the teacher's degree and teaching experience.

• Allowances ranging from OMR 340 to OMR 500 as follows: Housing allowance. Transportation allowance. Other Allowances. Other Yearly Benefits.

• Health Insurance for the teacher.

• Air travel and visa for the teacher.

• End of contract gratuity.

• Annual paid leave: Approximately 56 days

QUALIFICATIONS:

• Certificate/ diploma in TEFL/ TESOL/ EFL/ ESL/ CELTA, etc.

• BA or B.Ed. in Applied Linguistics/ ELT/ English, and any field relevant to teaching English Language

• or MA/ M.Ed./ PhD in Applied Linguistics/ English/ TEFL/ TESOL

• 2 years post degree experience teaching English Language in a university or college

• Native level English Speakers from the US, Canada, Britain, Ireland, Scotland, South Africa, Australia, New Zealand, or any other country considered to have Native English language

TO APPLY:

Please send your CV, copies of your attested certificates, letters of experience, passport, and photos referring to this ad and indicating your date of birth, nationality, and availability date to:

CECN Educonsult

18th November St,

Muscat 134,

Oman

Phone: +968 9812 5276

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.

 

Organizing lesson plans is a delicate and fairly complicated process whereby the instructor must provide a thoughtful structure to a lesson, while including features that keep students interested and engaged. How much structure do we put into our lessons versus encouraging students to take a leading role in their education? I think that's the main challenge of creating lesson plans.I will encourage students to study basic grammar. After they have a basic understanding, they can pay attention whenever they hear or read English.I do not want them to get caught up with grammar too much. Asian students tend to focus on grammar way too much whenever they try to speak English they tend to be nervous and awkward because they will be afraid of making grammar mistakes.

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