Employment teaching TEFL in Madrid, Spain

Date posted:2006-03-23 | Writer: Training Express | Email: [email protected]

Madrid's leading ESL employer, Training Express, is inteviewing CANDIDATES ALREADY LIVING IN MADRID for Full Time and Part Time ESL positions. We also hire language teachers for French, German, Italian, and Spanish
We offer. Excellent economic conditions, Job security, Promotional opportunities (managerial and pedagogical posts)friendly and supportive atmosphere support and resources, and work-from-home options (telephone and on-line learning jobs)
Salary Conditions: Full time salaries range from 1200 E (Entry level teacher) to 2100E (Entry level Programme Manager.
Hourly rates are establishes for teachers who wish to collaborate on a more flexible basis.

Send CV to: [email protected]
or Call: 0034 (country code) 91(city code Madrid) 521-1554:
Speak to Cecilia Berrocal or Mark Wornell

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.


English language has several conditionals, but five main are: zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional and mixed conditional. In this unit I have learnt their form and usage. When it comes to direct and reported speech, the difference between these two types is: - direct speech repeats or quotes the exact word spoken, - reported or indirect speech is usually used to talk about the past.In this unit, I have learned how to teach pronunciation and phonology. The unit started by explaining what phonology is. The next thing was explaining intonations and their teaching techniques. After intonations, the next thing was explain stress and its teaching techniques. The next was phonetic alphabet and their symbols. The final part of the unit was about the mouth diagram and how to use it to explain articulation.