Teach English in Poland - Central

Date posted:2005-11-17 | Writer: ENGLISH COLLEGE | Email: ec@englishcollege.pl

English College is a well established, private language school based in Radom area in central Poland. The school was founded in 1995 and has been growing ever since. Now we operate in 4 centres: Radom, Kozienice, Zwolen and Pionki. The modern premises of the school are very well equipped and have a rich EFL library full of teaching and learning aids available to both teachers? and students disposal.

We are currently looking for a young, enthusiastic, certified teacher of English (Native Speakers) holding BA or MA and a teaching certificate to teach children, teenagers and adults till June 2006
We offer excellent work conditions, friendly atmosphere, very good local salary. The benefits include free accommodation, end of contract bonus and travel refund
For further details please visit our website: Contact us or contact:

Witold Machlarz
the Headmaster
tel/fax 00 48 48 6764115

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 am laughing a lot now because I translated the previous exercise wrong, thinking it was a subjective question, when it wasn't! Talk about time to eat crow. I've learned not to be so presumptuous with the testing and how it's carried out. That said, as with any lesson that tests on execution, I would wish for more input regarding lesson planning, as many of the assessment questions given so far revolve around that skill.Managing a classroom is not easy because you will come a cross with different attitudes among the students. It really takes a really special person to be able to manage a classroom full of learners with different backgrounds. As a teacher you must always come prepared for a lesson because if you don't the students will see through you that you are not prepared and that could cause disturbance and boredom in the classroom.