Teach English in The Netherlands

Date posted:2018-04-28 | Writer: TaalNetwerk | Email: [email protected]

TaalNetwerk is a well-known and successful language institute in the Hague. We are committed to providing qualified and experienced language teachers and have regular opportunities for TEFL trained teachers. We are a growing organisation always looking to expand and develop what we can offer our students and therefore we regularly look to expand our staff team. Please feel free to send us your application.

WE REQUIRE:

– a linguistic background, or high level of study in Dutch and one foreign language

– demonstrable affinity with teaching and experience in this field

– TEFL/TESOL qualification

– references or recommendations of employers and clients

WE OFFER:

– a challenging and enjoyable job role within an experienced and passionate team

– branch related salaries and conditions of employment

TaalNetwerk is located at Prins Mauritsplein 28 in The Hague. Our office is centrally located and can be easily reached by car, bike, or public transport.

TO APPLY:

Please send your CV and covering letter outlining your motivations to the email address given on the job heading.  

TEL: (+31) 070 212 8240

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.

 

The attitude of the teacher influences the class behaviour and reflection. To get better feedback and results from students teachers have to start with positive attitude, speak clearly and use simple words, explain specific terms and instructions in other words. The second lesson looked more effective because the teacher was more positive, oriented more on students than on himself.A teacher's attitude is really important to make a class successful. A friendly and warm teacher would be able to engage students much more effectively than a grumpy and rude teacher. Giving instructions clearly and concisely is required for students to understand the task at hand better. A teacher needs to be open and flexible as well as approachable rather than cold and uninviting.


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