Employment teaching EFL in Poland - Southeastern

Date posted:2003-08-20 | Writer: Brytania School of English | Email: [email protected]

Well established private school of English recommended by PASE (Polish Association for Standards in English) in Debica and Tarnow offers excellent job opportunities and further training for native speakers of English.

* B.A./M.A. - preferably in humanities
* TEFL Certificate or Diploma (Cambridge RSA, Trinity etc.)
* at least one year teaching experience
* commitment
* motivation and enthusiasm
The ideal candidate will be responsible, flexible, articulate and willing to work closely with both students and the staff. Extra artistic talents would be appreciated.

Business English, General English / Cambridge exams: FCE, CAE, CPE / One-to-one.

* 9-months full-time ( 20 - 25 hours a week) renewable employment contract
* free accommodation on arrival
* help provided with visas and work permits (cost refunded)
* competitive local salary paid monthly
* in-house teacher training
* excellent teaching resources
* friendly and professional working environment
* bonus based on performance

Bozena Kula
ul.Ogrodowa 12, 39-200 DEBICA, POLAND
tel/fax: +48146703811
e-mail: [email protected]

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 has completed the English tenses system by exploring the future tenses.this unit covers the structure and the usages of future tenses.It also provides good ideas for effective classroom activities.I have also learnt that i usually confuse the future perfect tenses with the the future perfect continuous. I now know we use the future perfect tense to say something would have been done or completed by a certain time in future.As an Asian teacher, so difficult to teach the intonation and pronunciation. My first language is the same as the normal pattern of intonation in a statement is the rise/fall intonation but is different in the straightforward questions normally use with the falling intonation. I've learnt in the sentences we have strong part of sentence. the strong part is the stressed word, or word that bears the principal emphasis in the sentence.