TEFL Positions in United Arab Emirates

Date posted:2016-04-07 | Writer: Astute Education Ltd | Email: [email protected]

Astute Education specialises in recruiting contracted and permanent staff to Nurseries, Primary, Middle, Secondary and Further Education establishments around the world. One of our clients in the UAE, the Ministry of Education, is looking to appoint experienced EFL / English teachers to start in August 2016. As part of the Abu Dhabi’s Education reforms, they are looking to recruit English teachers to raise the standards of English Language teaching in the Ministry of Education’s schools throughout the Northern Emirates. You will be expected to teach English to Emirati students in Grades 8 to 12.

REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor's degree or Masters (MA)

• TESOL, CELTA or equivalent teaching qualification

• Newly qualified Teachers welcome to apply

PACKAGE DETAILS:

• Excellent Tax Free salary package 21,000 AED per month = 8,340 AUD NET per month

• Medical Insurance

• Annual Gratuity

• Career opportunities

• Plus other benefits as per Government policies

TO APPLY:

Please forward your CV ASAP to our Brisbane Office, via email at the address given on the job heading, for more information and a detailed job description

Alison Farmer

Tel: +61 (0)7 38464821

 

 

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.

 

In unit 6 I learned a lot about how to teach pronunciation and phonology. It is important to pronounce individual sounds with stress, and intonation. The basic form of intonation is the rise/fall pattern. Fall rise is when surprise often being a disagreement but wanting some type of response. Flat intonation indicates that the speaker really has nothing to say or does not want to say much.This was a good lesson into what the TEFL course has to offer,and also what sort of things to expect in the classroom. I also like how it offered insight into different teaching styles, and techniques, and how to use them all appropriately as to provide the class with the information they need to know while also giving them an opportunity to practice learning a new language for themselves.


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