Teach EFL in Russia (4)

Date posted:2014-08-12 | Writer: Language Link | Email: [email protected]

Language Link in Orenburg, Russian Federation is currently hiring a TEFL certified Instructor to begin in October 2014. Language Link has been operating in Russia since 1994 and was one of the first language training centers in Russia. Teaching in Orenburg is a wonderful opportunity to live and work in a unique and beautiful city on the Russian Steppe. The city is located on the Ural River and is very close to the Kazakhstan border.

Overview:

Teaching contracts are either 9 months or 12 months long.

Students per class: 2-12

Average Teaching Hours Per Week: 30

Classes per day: 2 to 4

Length of each class: 85 min or 55 min for children

Days Taught: Monday - Friday

Teachers almost never teach on weekends!

Salary: 30,000 - 40,000 rubles, depending on experience & qualifications

Visa fees are refunded when contracts are completed.

Air ticket reimbursed up to 500 USD at the satisfactory completion of contract.

Accommodation: Teachers have their own apartments; paid for by the school!

Apartment utilities are paid by the school!

Medical support provided

Airport pick-up provided Monday - Friday

Criteria:

1) Teachers should have a TEFL/TESOL/CELTA qualification, or the equivalent.

2) Teachers should be native level English speakers.

Cost of Living is quite low! Bus fare is only 15 rubles! Bread is also only about 15 rubles!

If interested, please send your resume to Elvira at the email 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 was very interesting because of learning phasese of receptive skills of reading and listening. I learned that receptive skiils help us to achieve some particular goal and aim, and find what I can do to motivate my future students. I figured out that there are four basic skills in any language, such as receptive skills, speaking and writing, reading and listening and productive skills.Ways/methods of teaching can be vary accordingly to the type/group of people the teacher are going to deal with. A same method of teaching can't be used on different type/group people due to the needs and their ability of learning. Therefore as mention in this unit, the teacher needs to analyse and understand the students' need and also their ability of learning before planning the lesson plan.

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