TEFL in Hamedan, Iran

Date posted:2005-11-11 | Writer: Delavary Foreign Languages Institute | Email: [email protected]

We are currently recruiting languages teachers (mainly English and French) for our language school based in Hamedan, Iran. The starting date for this position is as soon as possible. We recruit inside and outside Iran and we particularly welcome natives. The successful candidate should have a very good command of the English language. Another language will be considered as a welcomed plus but is not required. Motivation for teaching is a MUST. Experience is not required but recommended. In any case, a training will be held for those with no previous experience and for those who already have experience in teaching English and/or French as a foreign language, there will be an update and a presentation of our teaching methods and material. Upon consideration of your CV and documents, we will create a file and proceed - if applicable - with an interview on site and a TTC (Teaching Training Course) followed by a teaching demo. This is our standard procedure. Some criteria are highly taken into account: - your being native of the English or French language - your previous experience - your motivation - your education The salary will be discussed and will depend on the aforementioned criteria and on the work you show. Please send a copy of your CV when applying for this position.

Yours Truly Virginie Ségard Delavarinya

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.


I think it would be a good idea to give a diagnostic exam to students before starting the course and then give the same test after the course, then compare the results. It is a good way to check if the student learned something during thee course. In addition, for English teachers, we should still try doing some External tests to gauge our knowledge of the language and for us to know as well the things we need to improve.I feel that I really struggled with this tense focus (again), I guess I am also questioning how difficult this is for our students to understand and implement if I am having trouble understanding all the different uses. The activities mentioned are definitely helpful for teaching all these tenses though I feel repetition/mileage is also a tool (though not so engaging) for students to slowly start to develop understanding.