TEFL in Russia - Chita

Date posted:2002-09-27 | Writer: Siberian Intercultural Bridges | Email: [email protected]


We urgently need a native speaker of English to teach English as a Second Language at a University in the Russian city of Chita in South-Eastern Siberia. A BA degree is required. Experience in teaching English is preferred.

The position starts immediately and will last through the end of May with a possibility of renewal. Housing in Chita will be provided free of charge. Salary will be equivalent to a standard Russian instructor's wages and is enough to cover basic living expenses in Chita.

For more information about the conditions and the region visit Contact us before contacting T.Puchkova at
[email protected]

Additional Qualifications:
We prefer articulate, easy-going and flexible teachers with a good sense of humor and tolerance for cold weather!

How to Apply:
Please, first visit Contact us for more information. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Tatyana Puchkova at [email protected] or fax.989 275 8745.

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.


Teaching special groups requires adaptation of teaching strategies to Student needs to achieve success. Multi-level classrooms are varied; they include students with different types of learning background. Individualized teaching is about using teaching strategies that connect with individual student’s learning strategies. The ultimate goal is to provide a learning environment that will maximize the potential for student success.In this unit, I learned that there are various ways to develop a course for young learners and how to design the different types of syllabus that will follow. There are many different level descriptors that are used to show the ability of the participant to use the language. With the assessments of students and course evaluation, it is very important to measure the efficacy of my program and to allow students to monitor their progress.