Teach English in Peru (3)

Date posted:2013-05-09 | Writer: San Francisco Language School | Email: [email protected]

Looking for a change of scenery? Come teach in the beautiful Peruvian Andes! San Francisco Language School was founded in 2011 by a Peruvian English Teacher and an American English Teacher looking to raise the bar in foreign language instruction. We are currently looking for a TEFL qualified volunteer English teacher to instruct children, teenagers and adults beginning in June 2013. In exchange for teaching 3-4, classes per day we provide housing, meals and a local cell phone. All teaching materials are also provided.


Qualifications: Applicants must have a TEFL certificate or equivalent from a reputable program. 
Preferred: Basic level of Spanish language and some experience teaching English. 

Six month volunteer commitment preferred.

How to apply

Email Co-Director Melissa Davis with cover letter and CV at the address given on the job heading.  

San Francisco Language School
Jr. Ayacucho #952

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.


Thi unit is a glimpse about what to expect throughout the rest of the course. it covers the aims and contents of this course, as well as most of the terms that we will come across in subsequent units.I've also learned that employment prospects for TEFL teachers are extremely good. This gives me a heads up to pursue teaching as a career. I can be a freelancer but the income is of course not stable.This unit covered receptive skills, the different ways we use them, and ways to structure lessons to help students develop them. By pre-teaching essential vocabulary, we can reduce the hurdles students have in reading/listening to a given selection, and by careful and varied selections we can build the student's confidence, challenge their perceptive skills and spark their interest in the content.