TEFL in Yemen - Sana'a

Date posted:2004-06-14 | Writer: Middle East Private Schools | Email: [email protected]

Position : English Teachers for Junior/secondary school
School Name :
Middle East Private Schools
P.O.Box 19833
Sana'a Yemen

Background: We are a newly established school and we will start our first term this September , the school has been equipped with the best up to date teaching facilities available , the school is owned by Lawrence Yehia a Brit of Yemeni origin.Our aim is to make our school the school of choice and our principles are based on quality and not quantity , therefore we expect our students to get the quality teaching they deserve at MPS.If you are energetic, enthusiastic , and love challenges then this job is for you.

Please direct all you enquiries to the address above.

Minimum Qualifications: BA(Preferably MA) CELTA , TEFL, PGCE
Experience : 1 year minimum(Middle east preferred but not necessary)
Experience teaching children from aged 6 to 18 yrs old
Required to teach 6/7 hours per day 5 day per week Sat thru to Wed , Thurs 4 hours.

Required to attend teachers training sessions.
Contract minimum of one year.

Benefits: Good tax free Salary based on qualifications , round trip ticket from point of origin, free accommodation , residents permits.

If you are looking for a new challenge and are interested in this exciting opportunity, we are interested in hearing from you. Please send your resume with covering letter to:

Lawrence Yehia
P.O.Box 19833
Sana'a Yemen
Email: [email protected]

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 is centred on future tenses. In English, future meanings can be expressed in several ways. The most common future tenses are seven: Future Simple; Future Continuous; Future Perfect; Future Perfect Continuous; Be going plus infinitive form of a verb; and, finally, both Present Simple and Continuous can be used to talk about the future too. Each tense offer should be used in a different way too convey particular meanings.In this unit we have covered different techniques which a teacher should utilize when managing their class. The techniques used will vary based on each class, some factors which dictate which technique to use are; size of the class, personalities of the students, level of English known by students...etc. It is also handy to know, a teacher can make effective use of gesturing and variations in their voice to engage their students.