TEFL Job in Peru

Date posted:2013-02-25 | Writer: Extreme Learning Center | Email: [email protected]

Extreme Learning Center of Peru has a great opportunity for six EFL teachers ready to make a difference in the lives of their students, while enjoying Peru. ELC is hiring 6 teachers for April 1st. You must be in Arequipa, Peru for orientation and training by the 27th of March. Our institute uses an eclectic approach, focusing on student-centered lessons (5 to 15 students per group), high student interaction with high STT. Most of our learners are university students. We work in partnership with a local university and our director serves as the director of the university language center as well.

We provide our teachers with all the materials, teacher guides and monthly training.

REQUIREMENTS:

TEFL/TESOL certified with at least 10 hours of student teaching practice, 2 professional recommendations, native English speaker, university degree in any discipline, willingness to work in a team while focusing on the needs of students, positive "can-do" attitude, ability to commit to at least 4 months (6 months preferred).

If you want to experience all Peru has to offer and expand your TEFL career, send your resume/CV and a cover letter to our director, Professor Larsen, at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 focused on the teaching of vocabulary and basic syntax. The syntax included in this unit is both grammar and other syntactical structures and concepts. Examples, suggestions, and teaching strategies provide a excellent overview of the pedagogy of these particular topics. This unit ties the teaching of these topics to the linear strategy of conducting a lesson as suggested in this course.Unit 6 teaches about the four past tenses. It explains for each individual tense when it's being used, what the most common student mistakes and errors are and it gives you some examples of teaching ideas for the activate stage of a lesson plan. Then in the end it also gives you more insight how to differentiate exactly the past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous from each other.

;