Job Teaching English in Spain (3)

Date posted:2012-07-11 | Writer: Welcome English School | Email: [email protected]

A dynamic, enthusiastic TEFL qualified native English Teacher is needed to start work in September 2012. We are a small friendly language school in Lugo, Northern Spain. The classes have a maximum of 8 students per class and are mostly of primary age kids, with some teens and adults classes. The Classrooms are big with natural light and we really make use of the space to get the kids up and interacting. We use our own lively, dynamic communicative method and have an abundance of resources at our disposal. For the teenagers we use a more structured approach but with the emphasis always being on oral language.About the CityLugo is a small, safe and very friendly city with a lot of history. Located in Spain's northwest corner, it's relaxed pace make it great place to live. Lugo's English teachers from all over the globe meet up for a weekly English language pub quiz where they mix with locals enthusiastic to meet new people. Accommodation is relatively cheap as is eating out in Lugo's multitude of tapas bars.Lugo is well connected with 8 buses a day leaving for Madrid,La Coruña and the coast are within an hour's drive and the historical city of Santiago and it's airport only a little more. Requirements:EU PassportNative English speakerIntermediate SpanishTEFL, TESOL or other teaching qualificationAt least 1 year's experienceTo apply please email CV with photo, references, and a short covering letter to the e-mail address given on the job heading.Welcome English School,C/Conde 2427004 Lugo, España664 349 006Applicants who don't meet the above criteria should not expect a reply

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.


Using technology is such a great way to help aide in the classroom. Especially with movies and subtitles and the radio. Any form of the language to help the student hear how it sounds. English can be very fast with slurred and slang words. The technology would show a great example of it and I think it would also help the students see their progress if they recorded themselves and listened back to it.The materials a teacher can use are divided in authentic and non-authentic, there are some advantages and disadvantages of using authentic materials in the classroom for example they are less predictable but it can contain culturally or socially sensitive material. A lesson plan tells us what should happen throughout the lesson in a series of strategies and it is point of reference to your syllabus.