Job Teaching EFL in Poland (2)

Date posted:2014-03-24 | Writer: McGregor Language Schools | Email: [email protected]

McGregor Language Schools are currently looking for TEFL qualified Native level English speakers who can not only teach with passion but also pass that passion for English along to their students. We offer:

*a full-time teaching position in an established Language School

*the chance to become part of a fun, motivated staff

*fully furnished accommodation

*a wide variety of classes and lessons

*the chance to develop as a teacher and gain new qualifications

*a monthly salary that reflects the effort you put into your job

We are recruiting students for EU funded courses and will have positions available from March on initial 9 and 10 month contracts.


TEFL certificate or similar - 120 hours. Ability to effectively communicate with students & to use a variety of methods & techniques in order to make lessons as interesting & enjoyable as possible. Ready to learn, to try different solutions, to acquire new qualifications.

Experience is an advantage.


How to apply:

Send a CV, contact details of 2 people for references, TEFL certificate & university degree scan together with an introductory email to the email address given on the job heading.

We look forwards to hearing from you :)

McGregor Language Schools

ul. Rynek 29/1p




Tel: 0048 12 272 15 66

Fax: 0048 12 373 14 80

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.


Pronunciation is probably the most neglected aspect of English language teaching. Confidence is often lacking in foreign teachers to teach it methodically, and English teachers sometimes also lack the training and confidence to tackle this area. Most pronunciation, as a result, tends to concentrate on individual sounds, which although the most obvious, is not necessarily the most important part.This was very helpful in the sense that it shows or informs about teaching various groups. Since in many ESL teacher's experiences in the US, the majority of students are multi-lingual. In some cases they are monolingual. This is difficult because structure must be set up to allow them to revert to their native language while still not using it too much. This is a very tough thing to accomplish.

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