Positions For Enthusiastic TEFL Qualified Teachers in Moscow

Date posted:2011-04-28 | Writer: Sunhill School | Email: [email protected]

Sunhill School (Moscow region), a well established private school of foreign languages in green zone near Moscow, has openings for 2 TEFL qualified EFL teachers and a Director of Studies. We offer General and business English, General and Business German and General Spanish for kids, teens and adults. There is a very nice international team at school. If you are enthusiastic and like teaching, you're welcome! EFL teacher willo be native from UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealando hold College/University Bachelor's Degree or highero hold a certificate in Teaching English as a Foreign Language.o have at least 1 year's experience in full time classroom General English teaching abroad, more preferable in Russia.Director of Studies willo be native from UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, New Zealand.o hold College/University Bachelor's Degree or highero hold DELTA or equivalento have at least 1 year's experience as DoSBenefits include:- High local salary ( from 1200 USD)- Paid visa and registration- Paid holidays- Bonus system- Air flights compensation, transfer from/in airport- Free comfortable accommodation very close to school- Free Internet at school- Home atmosphere at schoolFor more information, please, contact Mrs. Natalia Kruglova at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

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 took us through the many tenses possible for the future tense. Again, providing affirmative, negative and question models to demonstrate the use of each tense, we also saw typical challenges that may arise with students as well as some possible lessons for teaching each tense. I found it particularly interesting that two \"present\" tenses have uses as future tenses, depending on the intention.Unit 18 covers basic knowledge about madls, phrasal verbs and passive voice. There are basic rules for modal auxiliary verbs , including uses, future, past, present. There are given ideas how to teach modal auxiliary verbs. Passive voice is described by form, usage, typical student errors and teaching ideas. Relative clauses consist of: independent, dependent and relative. Phrasal verbs have 3 types.