Vacancies Teaching English in Dubai, UAE

Date posted:2018-04-11 | Writer: SABIS Education | Email: [email protected]

Would you like to use your TEFL skills to teach in or around Dubai? SABIS Network Schools are part of a global education network that operates on 5 continents serviced through three independent corporations headquartered in the U.S., Lebanon, and the U.A.E. The School Network operates in 20 countries and educates close to 70,000 students. This is open to graduates of all disciplines.

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Tax-free salary

• End of service gratuity

• Special end of service bonus

• Fully furnished rent free apartment

• Transport to and from school

• Water, electricity and other utilities are free

• Free return ticket

• Savings scheme

• Excellent career prospects

• Full training provided

• Transferability to all of our schools globally

• Multicultural staff of 60 nationalities

• Multicultural eager students

• English is the only means of instruction

• Cutting edge educational technology

• Long established company (1886)

REQUIREMENTS:

Teaching experience and teaching qualifications are desired but not essential as training is provided.

HOW TO APPLY

Send your CV/resume to the email address given on the job heading.

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 covers creating lesson plans surrounding receptive reading and listening skills. It is important to choose a reading or listening topic based on topics that the students may find interesting so they can feel more engaged. A teacher should also continue using the Engage, Study, Activate method during receptive reading lessons to help keep student interest and confidence high.I found this module to be certainly one of the more challenging units as i was trying to wrap my head around the various conditionals and the rules that set them apart. The module itself was very detailed and clearly written as was the test, this unit taught me how to identify the difference between conditionals and direct/indirect speech. All in all one of the more challenging units.

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