TEFL Positions in Egypt and The Middle East.

Date posted:2011-12-06 | Writer: Not Courses Academy | Email: [email protected]

Not Courses Academy is a leading English language teaching provider led by Egyptian entrepreneur, Mahmud Hassan. We teach English to individuals, agencies, businesses, and public entities in Egypt and the Middle East. We are currently seeking 20 new Native English speaking EFL teachers to teach at our English center in Cairo. The positions are only for English teachers who live in Egypt now.
 
Applicants must:
    1. Live in Cairo now; kindly don't apply if you are not located in Cairo at the moment.
    2. Be native English speakers or lived a long time in English native country.
    3. Have teaching experience for adults (at least 1 year experience)
    4. Have enough charisma
    4. TESOL or TEFL certificate preferred.

We offer English workshops to teach English. We focus mostly on the conversational aspect of the language with a student centered classroom teaching style. It's not courses but workshops. There is a big difference between workshops and English courses

We offer:
    1. A professional but laid back and fun atmosphere for our teachers.
    2. One year contract.
    3. Competitive and good pay package.

If this sounds like a job you would be interested in, and you think you are the right candidate for the job then please email your resume plus a recent picture to the email address given on the job heading, or contact us directly on 01116671666. Kindly don't forget your recent picture.

    •Location: Cairo (you may work at one of three places (Nasr City or Giza or Maadi))
    •Salary: between L.E 6000 to L.E 130000 p/m (after taxes) according to your class demo
    • Location: Cairo: Nasr City, Dokki or Maadi
    • Interview's location: Cairo Nasr City (the main branch)
    • Working hours: 6 days a week 9 hours a day.

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.

 

Before I never thought that i should really think about what vocabulary i should choose to introduce to students. Now I know it is important to choose certain vocabulary words and the reasons or criteria to go by when choosing those words. I feel more confident in choosing words to teach if I have to make my own lesson plans and the school does not follow a textbook where the word are already chosen.This unit went over a good amount of overview of what the upcoming information and readings will be and prepared the readers on what to expect when teaching young learners. It also went over general abbreviations and information on different career opportunities. The section on “Aims and Objectives” made it clear on the target and what readers should keep in mind when learning the materials.

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