TEFL Position in Krakow, Poland

Date posted:2010-09-12 | Writer: WORD School of Languages | Email: malgosiatatar@gmail.com

Native English speaking TEFL qualified teacher wanted for school year 2010/2011 starting from end of September through to June of 2011. We offer life and work in Krakow- a vibrant yet historical city, good rates of pay, work with adults and children at all levels, work in a modern and friendly school, help with finding accommodation, furthering your career in ELT. Our school of Languages WORD is situated in the southern part of Poland in Krakow. It is proud of its renaissance castle and medieval market square with lots of cosy cafes around it. It's not far from the Tatra mountains where Cracovians spend their weekends. Come to see it!

If you are a reliable, energetic person with some teaching experience and are TEFL or TESOL qualified - we are waiting for you. Especially warm welcome to citizens of Great Britain, Ireland, USA, Australia. Please send your application, CV and a photograph to the e-mail 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.

 

I admit this unit was challenging. It isn't easy memorizing its contents as whole, and understanding phonics scientifically remains an obstacle to both learners and educators alike. However, I comprehend the importance of pronunciation and methodologies related to it as it is an essential part in improving both listening and speaking abilities of English language students from the earliest stage possible.This unit teaches the difference between various gramatical tenses- how and when to use them. The future simple tense can be used to express future facts, promises, predictions, assumptions, speculations, and threats. The future continuous tense expresses future events and ones currently in progress. The future perfect continuous can be used to say how long something will have continued by a certain time.


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