TEFL Position in Moscow, Russia

Date posted:2012-04-26 | Writer: PTIT CREF | Email: [email protected]

Ptit CREF is a renowned private trilingual preschool situated in the center of Moscow. We work with children from different nationalities and our team is compound of French, English and Russian native speaking teachers. We have a full-time opportunity for a qualified EFL teacher who is available to start in July of this year.Major responsibilities:    - Teach to different classes and levels, children from 2 to 7 years old (mixed nationalities)    - Prepare a weekly lesson plan following the school’s curriculum    - Organize and participate in special events and parties at school (Halloween, Carnival, etc)    - Attend pedagogical, organization and information meetings    Qualifications:    - Experience in teaching English to foreigners + certification (TESOL, TEFL, TESL, CELTA)   - One year experience min. with young children.    - Any artistic skills will be welcomed.    Employment conditions:    - Renewable contracts from July 1st or August 23rd 2012 to end of June 2013. About 24 hours of teaching per week. There are classes on Saturday and Sunday. Schedule on 5 working days. Very competitive salary, commensurate with qualifications.    - 5 weeks paid vacation    - Full visa support and fixed price compensation for travel expenses    - Medical insurance (local)    We need a motivated, involved and flexible teacher with strong experience.    Please send a resume with a recent photo and a cover letter by e-mail to the address given on the job heading, for the attention of  Virginie Durand-Tynyanskikh, principal, and Claudie de Prinsac, vice - principal.

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 unite I've learned: 1-How to make and be a good teacher. 2-What are the Roles of the teacher. 3-How to know and help the students to go throughout each class. 4-How to motivate the learners, and avoid the mistakes of the other cultures believes. 5-How to deal with nervous students and their behavior problems. 6-The learners levels. 7-Why learners decided to attend to English language classes.There are a number of different ways of referring to the future in English. It is important to remember that we are expressing more than simply the time of the action or event. Obviously, any 'future' tense will always refer to a time 'later than now', but it may also express our attitude to the future event. This chapter truly gives opportunity to teachers to get known how to train English learners.