Full time teacher required to teach EFL in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2006-11-30 | Writer: English Unlimited Language Centre | Email: [email protected]


TEFL-Qualified Teachers Only Needed In Moscow
Starting January 8th

About Us:
English Unlimited Language Centre is a private language school in Moscow,
Russia. This modern, vibrant city of more than 10 million inhabitants is
the political, cultural and historic capital of the former Soviet Union.
Whether it is your first visit or a return trip, living and working here
can be uniquely memorable.

Teaching Here:
Most of our students are highly motivated young adults, typically 20-27
years old, who study English for work, career or travel. Teaching
assignments are on-site for corporate clients as well as in classrooms.
As our clientele grows, so does our staff. Beginning Jan. 8, we will have
need for at least one additional native-English language teacher.

Requirements:
-An internationally recognized TEFL qualification
-A university degree or equivalent vocational training
-At least six months of relevant teaching experience
-The ability to teach general and business English courses

Compensation:
We offer a 12-month contract. Working hours consist of 24 academic hours
(45 minutes each) per week. Overtime pay is provided for teaching hours
beyond 24 /wk. New terms start every five months. We offer payment
and provision for all legal documents including a letter of invitation and
a working visa for the period of agreement. On completion of the
contract, we provide $300 airfare reimbursement. We also provide
emergency medical care insurance.

Pay rates vary from $16 to $22 per ach, depending on qualifications and
courses taught. Salaries are paid twice per month. New teachers have a
three-month probation period.

Accommodation and Transportation:
Apartments can be somewhat difficult to arrange in Moscow. Therefore, we help our teachers with finding private accommodations. The average rent for a one-room apartment is $700 per month.

As with any large metropolis, getting around this city is a challenge.
Fortunately, the school is located in the heart of Moscow within easy
walking distance to public transportation, including the vast underground
metro system.

Contact Us:
If you are interested in applying for a teaching position, please send a
detailed resume and date of availability to:
[email protected] .

You can also call:
(011) 7495 917 14 41 or 7495 917 0942.

For more information in Russian, please visit our websites:
Contact 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.

 

I have learned about tense system (form, usages, typical students errors) and about present tenses. Present simple (affirmative, negative, question form) and about its usage. Present continuous form (affirmative, negative, question ) and about its usage. Present perfect (affirmative, negative, question form) and about its usage. Present perfect continuous form (affirmative, negative, question )and about its usage.The Engage - Study - Activate model was completely new to me; however, once introduced the concept makes a lot of sense. I believe the ESA model provides a certain amount of structure while still giving the teacher a great deal of flexibility. In support of this approach, the recommended activities for each phase were very helpful, and I have no doubt that they can be directly applied to a live teaching environment.


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