PositionTeaching English in Poland

Date posted:2018-10-16 | Writer: New England Foreign Language School | Email: [email protected]

New England Foreign Language Center, established in 1994, is a modern, dynamically developing language school offering a wide range of services in the field of foreign language teaching. Our students are children, adolescents and adults at all levels. Lessons are organized in small groups (up to 8 students) and one-to-one. We are looking for an EFL teacher who could stay with us in western Poland from 1st November 2018 to the end of June 2019.

We run preparation courses for Matura exams, Cambridge examinations (KET, PET, FCE, CAE and CPE) as well as custom-made trainings. We are also an examination center for the Pearson Tests of English and Pearson Tests of English for Children exams.

Applicants should be TEFL or TESOL qualified. However, high qualifications are only half of the success. We are looking for people who are open and communicative. It is important that they take care of their own professional development, they can effectively communicate their knowledge, and conduct classes interestingly. We make sure that they feel good in our school and that they will inspire students with their passion.


- free accommodation.

- a decent local salary (about 2400-3000PLN a month).

- all tax and health insurance will be paid by the school

- pleasant working environment

- trips, school parties

Please do not hesitate and contact us at the email address given on the job heading. 

New England Foreign Language School

Pomorska 34,

66-400 Gorzów Wielkopolski,


TEL: (95) 7323087

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This section was harder to remember. I have done these things with Spanish and French but not with English, so it will take a bit more studying. This section talks about the present tenses. There are twelve tenses in total. But this section focuses on the present simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. Continuous is the only one that's easy to remember because it's -ing.In this unit, I had learn about the importance of using the proper conditionals in a sentence, in order for me to be able to teach it to the students so that may be able to speak English well themselves. Not using conditionals correctly seems to be a common problem with those who are studying English as a second language. The same holds true for reported speech for direct sentences.