Teach English in Central Russia.

Date posted:2008-08-03 | Writer: Centre of International Studies | Email: [email protected]

Centre of International Studies is looking for young, energetic,outgoing and enthusiastic TEFL qualified native English teachers.We are situated in Oktyabrsky,republic of Bashkortostan,which is in the middle of Russia. Teaching position is available from September 2008. No experience is actually needed (though preferred). We can offer full-time and part-time positions.
We teach Business and General English to children and adults.
Most of the students are between of 13 and 30.
Groups are not big, usually 7-10 students.Groups are divided by levels and ages.
The school provides a private furnished flat and pays the rent.
We also provide health insurance and visa supporting.
We offer good pay so you can certainly enjoy life. Russia is a beautiful country,with nice people,good and healthy food and nice climate.
If you want to find something different than other countries please
come to Russia. We are sure you will like here.
Please e-mail your resume with photo to the address given on the job heading page. 

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 goes over the different ways in which the future tense can be used: the future simple, the future continuous, the future perfect, the future perfect continuous, be going + infinitive, the present simple and the present continuous. I found it interesting how there are two present tenses which can also be used to refer to the future. All the more complex does the English tense system reveal itself to be.In this unit I learned about the five main conditionals: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. Also, I learned about various ways to teach the conditionals with split sentences, complete the conditional, chain conditionals, etc. I also learned about the difference between reported speech and direct speech and how the tenses change between the speeches.