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Teach English in Peru (5)

Date posted:2016-10-06 | Writer: Ecole Le Trampoline | Email: [email protected]

Ecole Le Trampoline, a bilingual Peruvian/French School located on the Northshore of Peru, in Mancora, is looking for an EFL teacher who is available from now to 20th of December 2016. We have small groups of 5 to 13 students, aged between 6 and 8 years and 1 teenager of 16 years old.


We are a French family and have established ourselves progressively to Mancora as surfing and kitesurfing enthusiasts. It has already been more than 15 years that waves, wind, sunshine, great food, quality of life and the warm welcome of the local population have captivated us, bringing us increasingly to invest ourselves in this Peruvian life each day.


Teacher skilled. TEFL /TESOL an advantage.

Happy to work with kids

Motivated to work in a trilingual Montessori School

Flexible, organized, pedagogue, patient, ready to involucrate yourself in the school.


From Monday to Friday

From 9h00 to 13h00 and 14h30 to 16h30 (one afternoon free per week)

Salary: Local contract S/.2800  (Local minimum salary : S/.750 Nuevos Soles per month)

The education of our school places emphasis, not only on book knowledge but also on the capacity to find one's own way, becoming responsible, taking pleasure in learning and developing a critical spirit.


Send your CV, a recent photo and your cover letter to the email address given on the job heading.

Ecole Le Trampoline

Calle Padre Martin O'Grady

Barrio Industrial

Mancora - Talara


Tel:  +51 94 645 7766

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.


Overall, the general and fairly straightforward lesson to take from this unit is that : a good teacher will therefore have good students. As much knowledge and expertise as a teacher has, it is not effective unless they form a good professional relationship with their students, where they allow them to learn from them, as well as on their own by challenging their own thoughts and methods.This unit focuses on how to teach receptive skills comprising of reading and listening. Most people read for one of two reasons i.e. either for a purpose (for example to learn something) or for entertainment (leisure or to pass time). The unit also gives a breakdown of the different ways in which the average person reads ranging from skimming over the text to seeking detailed information.