Job Teaching English in Russia (5)

Date posted:2012-05-28 | Writer: EF Moscow | Email: [email protected]

Do you remember why you wanted to be a TEFL teacher? Was it because you enjoy helping people develop and watching them grow? If so, you could be a great fit at EF English First in Moscow. At EF English First, we're looking for strong TEFL teachers who are invested in developing their students and growing within an international team. You'll have pioneering in-house teaching materials at your fingertips and cutting edge technology in your classroom. As you watch your students grow, you'll also see your teaching skills advance through professional training sessions.

If you want to develop your students and yourself, EF will help you do it. Join us in Moscow this September. EF operates 35 schools across Russia. The academic year in Russia operates from September to May so recruitment for ESL jobs in Russia aligns with an August/September start.  

Qualifications

    A genuine interest in teaching, education and developing yourself
    Openmindedness, an adventurous spirit, and flexibility
    Bachelors degree
    Native English speaker
    Passport issued by the USA, Canada, the UK, Ireland, South Africa, Australia or New Zealand
    Willingness to engage with students outside class and share your native culture
    Some teaching experience preferred
    TEFL or TESOL certificate preferred

Responsibilities

    Planning and delivering lessons to both adults and children for up to 28 teaching hours per week.
    Using electronic media and EF-developed courseware to teach English efficiently and effectively
    Evaluating student progress and providing ongoing guidance for improvement
    Maintaining regular office hours
    Participating in extra-curriculuar activities with students such as sports matches, young learner holiday camps, and film nights

Employment package

Employment package details vary from school to school, but all schools offer the following:

    Competitive salary
    10 days paid annual leave + public holidays
    Official work visa and permits
    Roundtrip flight reimbursement
    Comprehensive medical insurance
    Accommodation assistance
    Academic and teaching support
    Baggage and property insurance

To apply, send your cv/ resume and cover letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.


Telephone: + 495 937-3883

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 order for students to learn new language they need to be exposed to it, understand its meaning, how the language is constructed and be able to produce and practice the new language. ESA methodology can easily be used to introduce new language. Grammar and vocabulary lessons often use straight arrow lessons while boomerang or patchwork lessons can be more useful for language function based lessons.two productive skills are speaking and writing. during a typical esa lesson, accuracy during the engage stage and fluency during the study stage. to create activities for student interaction. speaking and listening. reading and listening. accuracy during the activate stage and fluency during the study stage. give simple and clear instructions is not a general guideline for creative speaking activity.

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