Opportunities For TEFL Qualified Teachers in Poland

Date posted:2011-06-08 | Writer: ILS International School | Email: [email protected]

ILS is a small but busy private language school located in Opole, a very nice town in the south west of Poland.We are a highly accredited school that sets high standards for our teachers. It is also a very warm, friendly school where all the staff work as a team to maintain those high standards. We are looking for full-time TEFL qualified teachers who are willing to work 26 contact hours per week and who are willing to teach all ages and abilities. The classes are held in the mornings, afternoons and evenings from Monday till Friday, Saturday is optional. Teachers are also expected to attend conversation club on a rotational basis (one hour of conversation, usually held in a local pub). Benefits include free accommodation, visa and work permit costs covered and a sensible salary.

Details:
The Employer: ILS International School
45-064 Opole, ul. Damrota 10, Poland
The Specified Time:
from 3 Oct 2011 to 30 June 2012.
 

Qualifications:
B.A. + TEFL Certificate
Experience is an advantage, but for non-experienced teacher training will be given. It is more important that teachers want to teach and to challenge themselves.

Compensation:

The Salary:

1st option:
From 1700,- to 2.700,- PLN net per calendar month
The Working Hours:
From 26 to 35 contact hours (45 minutes each) per week.

2nd option:
25,- zł net per teaching hour (45 minutes)
The Working Hours:
24-28 teaching hours per week
plus 1 hour teachers meeting per week (not paid)

Sickness Provisions:
As per Polish National Health System
Sickness Period:
1 Day (Day 2 should be covered by a medical certificate)
Miscellaneous Provisions:
Free accommodation and bills covered by the school (excluding telephone and internet)
Visa and work permit costs are covered.

To apply, contact us via e-mail at the 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.

 

I found this lesson easier to understand because the topic is structural rather than specific. The lesson is very clear as are the learning outcomes for both teachers and students. The section, for me, was a great confidence builder as it gave me a clear 'peg's onto which attach specific knowledge. The opportunity to review ESA methodologies was also a useful and 'confirming' activity within the module.This unit was very helpful in terms of knowing how to plan for classes. I am very glad the unit mentioned lesson plans do not have to be rigid. I feel as though rigid lesson plans ave the potential to stifle creativity. It's also interesting t think of lesson planning for the perspective of the ESA format. It gives a great deal of lesson planning. I also found the teacher aim component was interesting.

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