Opportunity to Teach English in New Zealand

Date posted:2009-01-26 | Writer: Federal Institute of Studies | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for enthusiastic teachers to join our team at FIS, a thriving well established and conveniently located (one block from Britomart) language school. We are particularly interested in applicants with good experience teaching English as a second language in New Zealand and overseas who hold a degree and TEFL (or equivalent).

We teach General English at all levels from Elementary to Advanced and IELTS preparation. Afternoon and evening courses in Writing, Business English, Speaking Skills and exam preparation are also offered. Class sizes are limited to 12 students. Full and part time teaching options are available.

Our teachers describe the environment at FIS as friendly, professional and supportive. They say they appreciate the variety of teaching opportunities FIS offers and the freedom they are given to be creative and use their initiative. Looking for something new and exciting? Come and join us! Contact us via e-mail at the address given on the job heading page.

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 discusses modal auxiliary verbs, passive and active voice, relative clauses and phrasal verbs. Each section gives examples and uses for each grammatical idea. We learn that modal auxiliary verbs have different ways in which they can be used. We learn some teaching ideas to better present that material. Similarly, the rest of the unit explores the uses for the passive formation, and the phrasal verbs.This is a fairly straight forward unit. Basic grammar – building block style. I do appreciate the \"usages\" sections which sum up nicely the typical scenarios. Also the \"typical student errors\" are useful for anticipating areas that might need specific attention in standard issue class. It's good to have extra examples lined up instead of scratching one's head. \"Teaching ideas\" are good for tips too.


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