TEFL in Russia - Samara

Date posted:2004-10-15 | Writer: Linguamir | Email: [email protected]

Position title: EFL teacher; Starting date: immediate start; Contract duration: 10 months (up to August, 15); Salary of $350 net monthly; Accommodation: free of charge individual flat (at the moment we provide a flat 2 minutes from the school building); Airfare subsidy of $800 upon the end of the contract; Free unlimited Internet access in the school building.

Working conditions: Dedicated classrooms with TV, video and Internet equipment; Working days and possible timetable Mondays-Fridays (mostly evenings from 18 to 21:30), Saturdays (only mornings up to 15:00); 25 teaching hours per week; $4 per overtime teaching.

Requirements: Native English speaker; BA/MA in English, TESOL or BA/MA + a certificate (Cambridge CELTA, Trinity TESOL or equivalent); Sociable, enthusiastic.

Contact information: Novo-Sadovaya, 3-429A, Samara 443100 Russia; Phone +7-8462-371232; Email: [email protected] Contact person: Alexander Golovanov You provide your VC and recent photo.

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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.


In this unit, i learnt the pronunciation and phonology in English language. I also learnt difficulties that learners might have when trying to pronounce words in English and approaches/activities to help make it easy for them.I also learnt that phonetic symbols are the very basic needed to know for learners to be able to pronounce words correctly and understand their pronunciation when checking for using the English dictionary.Having a detailed lesson prepared for each class is crucial for a successful class. There are so many variables going on during the school day, so being able to come prepared and ready helps to eliminate some of the chaos of the day. After reading about the activating phase, I think that this may be one of the more important phases. We need to capture the attention and imagination of our students before going into the material.