Job Teaching English in Russia (3)

Date posted:2008-09-08 | Writer: CREF-R Moscow | Email: [email protected]

CREF is a well established and renowned school situated in the centre of Moscow providing education in French, English and Russian language.

Our team is a union of French, English and Russian Native teachers. So feel welcome to join us this school year, for a really interesting and varied experience!

CREF, Moscow is looking for natives and Russians to teach groups of students in-house using unique materials on the Russian market (children, teenagers and adults at all levels), as well as providing in-company classes for our corporate clients.

Ideally we are looking for teachers capable of teaching:
- Children (from 7 years of age) and teenagers in groups or individually (from beginner level). You should also be able to provide English courses to adults. -Business English as well as General English for in-company clients.

TEFL or equivalent diplomas are a must + 1 year's minimum experience. References are welcomed. CREF being a medium-sized school expects teachers to readily participate in and to help in the organisation of small multi-cultural events through the year.

CREF offer teaching contracts for natives of 6, 9 or 12 months, renewable, commencing September, October or November. Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience (from USD1800 to 2000 per month) Depending upon the contract, there is a maximum of 5 weeks paid holiday per annum. Local medical insurance is provided and full working Visa support (fees are reimbursed by the school at the end of the contract). Where applicable, airfare (to a max. of USD700) and is provided. We also aid teachers in their search to obtain suitable affordable accommodation.

Please send your Resume/CV with a recent photo and a covering letter to Michael Dyke at the e mail address given on the job heading page.

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 was about the productive skills, which produce language - speaking and writing. It was also about different methods we can use to teach the productive skills, and also about distinguishing what is appropriate and not appropriate to use during teaching these productive skills. This also talked about different phases of a lesson plan and when you can use different activities to teach different skills.There are four basic skills in any language which are receptive skills and productive skills. This Unit gives a detailed explanation of the receptive skills including listening and reading. Reasons for reading and listening can be divided into two wide-ranging categories, which are reading and listening for a purpose and for entertainment. How we read and listen is very important for teachers to teach students.