Teach English in Poland - Warsaw

Date posted:2006-09-05 | Writer: Angloschool | Email: [email protected]

Angloschool is a well established network of seven language centres in Warsaw. The school is a full member of EAQUALS, the European Association for Quality in Language Services. Moreover, we are accredited by the Polish Association for Standards in English. We closely cooperate with the British Council in Warsaw and the Bell schools in Poland. We teach approx. 1500 students per semester of different age groups: children, teenagers, young adults and adults at all levels. We run a variety of Cambridge examination courses: YLE, PET, FCE, CAE, CPE and BEC, IELTS. Our method is based on the assumptions of the Communicative Approach combined with the Dual Co-Teaching System (Polish and English teachers teaching each group). We introduce Educational Kinesiology as a supportive technique. In 2003 we were ranked 1st amongst language schools in Warsaw by the Newsweek Poland magazine. All new teachers undergo an initial training and receive methodological guidance and support throughout the whole semester. The dual system is based on a detailed programme enabling teachers to coordinate their work with each other. Qualifications: We seek motivated and dynamic Native Speakers with lively and enthusiastic approach to teaching. Our formal requirements are a degree and CELTA or equivalent. Compensation: We offer: - one-year renewable contract - good working conditions (well equipped classrooms, access to resources and the internet) - competitive local salary - paid holidays - fully equipped accommodation - medical insurance - free Polish classes - professional development: initial training, workshops and training sessions during the year - academic support: methodological guidance from Head Teacher and Senior Teachers, peer observations - social events to make you feel at home


AngloschoolPopieluszki 7Poland01-786Polandtel: 0048 22 833 21 00fax: 0048 22 833 21 [email protected] us

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.


It was important to be reminded of the fact that teacher time should be kept to a minimum, and that students should be using the language as much as possible. I also appreciate emphasizing the difference between mistakes and errors, and knowing when to correct these, and when to let them go so as not to interrupt the flow of thought for the student. Correcting every single error is not conducive to student learning.This unit covers common problem situations and gives numerous solutions for them. There are many helpful suggestions in this unit the tips I found most interesting are using the first lesson to establish rapport instead of a lesson of intense teaching, using warmers at the start of the lesson, dealing with large classes and how to teach reluctant students. This unit was a short but extremely informative and practical.