TEFL in Talara, Peru

Date posted:2005-07-01 | Writer: L&B Language School | Email: [email protected]

Do you just say no to MTV, Reality Shows, and cultural homogenization Good, because L&B Language School is looking for some independent thinkers who want to experience real Peruvian culture off the gringo trail. Take our quick grammar, If Clause, exercise to see if you qualify.

If you,

 ·  Have a degree (because really what else are you going to do with that B.A. in English Lit.)
 ·  Have the grit to face the snarling hordes of ESL learners for 30-35 hours a week.
 ·  Have a year to spend in a place where everybody will know your name.

Then we will,

 ·  Give you a roof over your head. (and phone and cable)
 ·  Put money in your pocket. (more than double the local teacher's salary)
 ·  Make you fabulously popular and drop dead gorgeous. (well, two out of three isn't bad)

If you are interested or would like more information, email/send your resume to L&B Language School.
Email: [email protected] / [email protected]
Av. A-107
Talara, Peru

Tel/fax: 011-51-73-385787

Brandon Reece
Director/Owner/Chief Bottle Washer

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 content journeys the student through the various forms of past tenses and give the underlining rules for conjugating the various forms of the past tenses. Admittedly, I knew most of these past tenses and use them in my daily speaking but it was difficult to explain why a particular past tense is used in a particular way. This uni has increased my understanding of the rules that guide the usage of the various past tenses.Once again this was a very brief module but an enjoyable one none the less. Basically revision on previous modules as well as some common sense scenarios made this simple, educating and brief. As this is my final unit I want to say this course was all round enjoyable other than the constant revision of ESA and occasional poorly worded question in some of the tests, all together a good course for inexperienced teachers to be.