Teach English in Opole, Poland

Date posted:2008-08-05 | Writer: Royal School | Email: [email protected]

Royal School is looking for native English teachers who will teach classes of adults and teenagers in our developing school. The levels range from pre-intermediate to advanced. In most of our classes there are 7-10 students, and we teach also lots of individual students. The classes are held in the afternoons and evenings from Monday till Thursday, Friday is optional. The academic year starts on 25th September and lasts until the end of June.

The native speaker teachers have about 20 to 26 hours a week. The payment is 30-32 zl an hour, the salary is paid weekly ( the price relation is different to those in your country).
We assist in finding an apartment and help to do other necessary things. We offer Polish lessons if the teacher is interested, and free training.
The contract runs for one academic year from 20 September 2008 to June 2009, or even longer if the teacher is interested.
A perfect candidate should have at lease some experience in teaching, good communication skills and positive attitude to people.
The school is located in Opole, a beautiful city which is the capital of Polish song.
Please send your resume and a recent photo to the e-mail address given on the job heading page or contact the school headmaster – Barbara - +48 790 428 959 or 00775472618

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.


Grammar is the fundament on which students can built their language knowledge on. Going through the steps of this Unit will help me to think of sentences in detail and to analyse the language. Even though it is a hard task to teach it will be necessary to understand it deeply. Especially regular and irregular verbs is something most students struggle with and therefore it is important to understand it in detail.Unit 15 discusses the evaluation and testing of the students. In my opinion, I don’t feel that this lesson was easy to go through and the test questions were a bit misleading: more than one answer could be correct for at least 3 of the questions. Other than that, the lesson was helpful in identifying the different ways to evaluate the students from the beginning to the end of the course and even in between.