Teach Business English in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2009-04-20 | Writer: Global LT | Email: [email protected]

Global LT, Ltd. is a language training company headquartered in the USA. Our company provides expatriates and their families with foreign language and English as a second language instruction around the world. 

We are currently in need of Business English Language tutors in Moscow, Russia. The lessons will be for several groups of professionals, Russian natives. Due to their profession, it is necessary that they learn the Business English. The classes will be 1x/ month with each group , 60 min. per class, for a duration of 12 months at their company job site in Moscow, Krasnopresnenskaya nab., 8:30 ¨C 9:30 am, or after 17:00. Expected start date is end of April 2009. The client¡¯s requirements for teacher are:

1. Some form of ESL/EFL/TESOL/ESOL/TEFL/TESL, or Applied Linguistics certification. This can be in the British system (e.g. RSA Certificate/Diploma) or the American system (e.g. TEFL Certificate from a 1 or 2 month-training program or M.A. or Peace Corps teaching program)
2. Two years experience teaching English to adults, preferably business English
3. Near native-like proficiency (CEF ¡Ý C1) in English and in the language of the students

The students will use a computer self-study tool in conjunction with the 1x monthly ( 60 min. ) session with the tutor. This is know as a blended learning program : self-study computer training and live training using Global LT. The teacher will also have access to online materials and resources.
The pay rate is 40.00 USD/hour in the form of check, wire transfer to your bank account or PayPal account. It can be either in USD or local currency.

For more information, or to apply, contact us by e-mail at the 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.


Unit 6 covered the past tense with its four aspects, past simple, past continuous, past perfect and past perfect continuous. We learnt how each aspect is constructed, in the affirmative, negative and question forms. We got examples of how to use each form. We looked at several mistakes and errors that students make and ways to correct them. We got ideas that can be used for the activate stages of the lessons.I found this lesson to be interesting. It provided me with the knowledge to be more creative in my ability to teach another language by using pictures and puzzles. I am realizing that you have to make learning fun in order to keep the attention of the students. I feel that role playing is a good way to have everyone involved and to allow them to feel more comfortable with each other in a classroom setting.