Job For TEFL Certified Teacher in Russia

Date posted:2012-08-06 | Writer: inlingua Moscow | Email: [email protected]

inlingua Moscow is currently looking for someone with TEFL qualifications and experience of teaching English as a foreign language. The role offers a competitive salary and a free course in Russian. Duties involve travelling to International and Russian companies and teaching one-to-one and group General and Business English lessons from 25 to 30 hours per week. Applicants must be available to teach between the hours of 8 am and 8 pm

- to prepare and teach lessons in accordance with our syllabus
- to complete attendance registers, lesson plan summaries, student and course records and to write student reports
- to attend in-service training sessions as required by the Director of Studies
How to apply

If you think you are the person we are looking for, please contact Anastasia Smirnova at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

    inlingua Moscow
    Spiridonovka Str., 16, office 3

    Tel: +7 495 695 54 41
    Fax: +7 495 970 16 58

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.


In this lesson I learned about the difference between coursebooks, lesson materials, authentic materials, and created materials. Teachers should use the coursebooks but also use created materials when necessary. I also learned that teachers can either omit, replace, supplement, or adapt the coursebooks to better assist the students learning. Lastly, I learned how to analyze the value of a coursebook.This unit explores the wide variety of resources that a teacher can use in the classroom. Many different teaching aids can be used to make lessons more interesting, effective and less dependent on the textbook. such as white/black board, worksheets, CD player, computers… Boards can be used for many things; writing, drawing, sticking things on, projecting overhead transparencies etc. it is useful