Teach English in Poland - Southeastern

Date posted:2004-09-21 | Writer: Brytania School of English | Email: [email protected]

ELT POLAND September 2004 - June 2005

Well established private school of English recommended by PASE (Polish Association for Standards in English) in Debica and Tranow offers excellent job opportunities and further training for native speakers of English (preferably from Great Britain or Ireland).

B.A./M.A. - preferably in humanities
TEFL Certificate or Diploma (Cambridge, Trinity etc.)
at least one year teaching experience
motivation and enthusiasm
The ideal candidate will be responsible, flexible, articulate and willing to work closely with both students and the staff. Extra artistic talents would be appreciated.

General English/ Cambridge exams: FCE, CAE, CPE/ Business English/ One-to-one

9-month full-time (20 - 25 hours w week) renewable employment contract
guaranteed minimum weekly workload
free accommodation on arrival
help provided with visas and work permits (cost refunded)
competitive local salary paid monthly
induction and teachers training
excellent teaching resources
friendly and professional working environment
a contact person to assist teachers with any challenges of daily life in Poland
bonus based on performance
free Internet access

Bozena Kula
Ul. Ogrodowa 12, 39-200 DEBICA, POLAND
tel/fax: + 48146703811
e-mail: [email protected]

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.


Unit 4 The present tense discusses the different tenses and correct grammar in present tense form. It includes simple present tense, present perfect tense and present continous perfect tense. This will be discussed in positive and negative form and in statement and question construction of a sentence. After each topic are some suggestions on teaching ideas to motivate the students in learning and understanding the present tense.This unit is a continuation of Unit 4, only that it teaches the past tenses. The comments expressed with the present tenses hold true to the past. While I found the unit to be very interesting, especially the past perfect and past perfect continuous tenses, I am of the view that the material could have been a little in depth. I found that I had to draw on other resource materials to get the fullness of these uncommon tenses.