Job in Peru For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-07-10 | Writer: Summit Education | Email: [email protected]

Summit Education is currently seeking engaging and professional EFL teachers for one-on-one and small group classes both online and in Lima, Peru. You might be described as a teacher, a professor, an instructor, a trainer, a coach, or even a wise friend. In any case you enjoy and are skilled at sharing your expertise, knowledge, and experience with others. You find it easy to connect with and keep individuals and small groups engaged and learning in class. You can explain the intricacies of English grammar with precision and take pride in your students’ achievements.

DESIRED SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS:

Ability to easily connect with and engage individuals and small groups

TEFL or TESOL Certification

Degree from 4-year university

Proficiency with current web tools such as uploading, sharing and editing of documents, email

Native level speaker of English

This position starts part time.

TO APPLY:
Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading, or call +51 977 489 257.

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 was helpful in providing different types of class discipline issues and effective ways of dealing with them. I will make sure I keep my lessons fun so I can avoid boredom. The suggestions for working with 1-1 students are helpful since I'm planning on teaching online where the majority of lessons will be 1 on 1. I will try to work in new vocabulary during our conversations.Lesson planning is meant to be a general outline of the day's class, not a rigid structure. It needs to be flexible and also needs to be easy to reference if necessary. There are different ways to plan out the class, with each part of the class - study, engage, activate - having different activities that need to be planned out in a logical order to make sure the lesson runs smoothly.

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