Job Teaching English in Russia (4)

Date posted:2010-04-05 | Writer: Centre Language | Email: [email protected]

Native English speaking ESL teachers needed for positions to begin in May and September 2010. Contracts are from 3-15 months. General and business English classes as well as IELTS preparation. Possibility to partake in camps near the Caspian Sea in summer. Must be TEFL / TESOL certified. Free flights and an apartment close to the school are offered together with all visa costs. Teaching will be for 30 academic hours per week (each academic hour is 45 minutes) and you will be given two days off per week. Salary expectations are of 500 roubles per hour. Samara is located on the bend of the river Volga (one hour flight from Moscow) and is particularly picturesque during the summer months as there are beaches along the river. Skiing and snowboarding is available within half an hours drive from the city during winter. This is your chance to experience real Russia. Apply now (joint applications welcome) at the e-mail address given on the job heading, marked for the attention of Emma or Elena.

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.


Unit three focuses a great deal on how best to structure a classroom and communicate with a class depending on the variables at play within the student group and physical dimensions of a classroom. Additionally, physical techniques involving the voice and body to engage and monitor students were provided. Lastly, the unit wrapped up by briefly going into addressing problem behavior and enacting discipline.This chapter tackles a problem that many teachers have to deal with: the differences between students. Age, nationality, language level, and purpose for learning are some of the factors that teachers have to deal with. To minimize the negative impact of these differences, a teacher must do a needs analysis to start the class. In this way, they can accommodate all students and more properly teach the class.