Teach Young Learners EFL in Poland (2)

Date posted:2016-08-22 | Writer: Regent School of Foreign Languages | Email: [email protected]

Regent School of Foreign Languages and Regent Middle High School located in Elblag, Poland are recruiting native level EFL teachers for the new school year. Prospective candidates need to have minimum one year experience of working with kids and teens aged 5-16 a degree and, preferably, a TEFL qualification. The contract starts mid September 2016 and finishes at the end of June 2017.

We are an ambitious and well established language school and middle high school located in a picturesque, quiet and clean part of Poland. The town has almost 800-year history and many interesting historical sights. Its green, ecological areas create perfect surroundings for working and resting in an active way. Our advantage is also the proximity to the big city Gdansk and to the Baltic Sea as well as easy access to any city in Europe by plane.

Our teachers form a friendly and supportive young team. A prospective teacher will have the possibility for professional development by working with a wide range of students and also for learning from our senior staff.

We offer excellent work conditions including access to all resources needed, locally competitive salary, comfortable accommodation close to school and first of all paid work visa and registration, medical insurance and free airport pick-up.

TO APPLY:

Please send your CV/resume to the email address given on the job heading.        

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.

 

This unit talks about all the various tests one has to take to start learning English. Numerous test can be taken outside of the classroom and are called External exams, and are used to get licenses. Cambridge has various tests mostly for those who are going to start living in Britain, but I'm sure anyone could take what they've learned from these tests and apply that knowledge elsewhere.In this unit I learned how pronounciation works. I also learned the phenology of English which areas can be stress, rhythm and intonation as well as concentratingon the Internasional phonetic Alphabet. I also learned how to teach the students different ways on pronounciations . I found this unit quite hard but very interesting. I will definitely use this unit in my future teaching career.


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