Opportunity to Teach EFL in Russia

Date posted:2010-06-02 | Writer: Krasnodar School of Foreign Languages | Email: [email protected]

Krasnodar School Of Foreign Languages (the Russian Federation - South of Russia) is looking for TEFL qualified teachers ready to start full time contracts in September 2010.

We also have openings for Native English, Bilingual English/Spanish and English/Italian teachers or native Spanish, Italian teachers.

Minimum requirements:
* Candidates be natives from the US, UK, Canada, Australia, Spain, Italy
* Hold a College/University Bachelor’s Degree or higher
* Hold a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language with a practical teaching element ( TESOL / TEFL /  CELTA etc).
* 1+ years’ teaching experience.

Main Terms and Conditions of Krasnodar School Contract
Salary: starts from USD1100 net of Tax per/month
Length: 9 months
Visa support
Free accommodation
Local transport paid by the school
Airfare subsidy
Paid holidays
Health care
50% discount for Russian classes

How to apply
If you are interested in a teaching position with us please
forward copies of your CV (resume) and TEFL Certificate at your earliest convenience by e-mail to the address given on the job heading.

Krasnodar School Of Foreign Languages
164 Sedina St.
350015 Krasnodar
RUSSIA
Tel: +7 861 279 59 00
Fax: +7 861 279 59 00

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 has taught me the importance of placement when teaching specific parts of the English language. In addition it gave examples of methods to teach Vocabulary, Grammar, and language structures. It gave many examples of different activities that can be used at each stage of various ESA structures. I feel as a result of reading this unit, I have a greater understanding of these methods and activities.This unit contains a lot of useful informations about materials for lessons. Coursebooks may be important to get an idea of topics to be discussed in-class and provide an interesting guideline for grammar points. I think unexperienced teachers should rely more on books than experienced ones, but everyone should strive to provide his learners unique and creative materials, according to their students' need.

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