TEFL in Russia

Date posted:2005-11-03 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

EF English First?s Teacher Recruitment Centre (TRC) is seeking a qualified and experienced teacher for the Russian Federation. This placement is on the Island of Sakhalin - off the east coast of Russia, north of Japan - and is an immediate start.

EF English First is part of EF Education, the world?s largest privately owned educational organisation with offices and schools in over 60 countries. EF English First has 200 language schools in 16 different countries ? 27 of them being in Russia.

The EF school in Yuzhny is a new franchise school which will be official opening in November. Like all EF English First schools the students will range in age from 4 upwards. The school will also have corporate clients, mainly from the oil and gas industry.

For more information on these vacancies please contact our Recruitment Centre via email [email protected]

Due to the large number of candidates interested in working with EF English First, only short-listed applicants will be contacted.

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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.


Throughout this unit I have learned several ways get and keep the attention of the students. From eye contact to using your voice and gestures to ensure that the attention of each student is fixed on the activity. The layout of the classroom is also very important, seeing as a too large class can't be organised into a horseshoe layout. Lastly I have learned how to deal with disciplinary problems and problematic situations.This unit was an introduction to and explanation of the two components of the classroom: the teacher and the students. The unit described the many roles that a teacher must play in order to teach effectively, and emphasized the fluid nature of these roles. Students and classes can be broken down by age and language level. Their age says a lot about their motivations, and behavior, and thus how one would best instruct them.