Job Teaching English in Spain (5)

Date posted:2014-06-12 | Writer: Communicate Language Learning | Email: [email protected]

CLL is a small, quality-oriented school currently seeking 2 EFL teachers for the school year 2014-15. Students aged five to adult; groups max 10 students. Córdoba is a pleasant city of around 350,000, well connected by high-speed train to Madrid, Barcelona, Seville and Málaga.

1 full-time contract 15 Sept 2014 – 15 June 2015 (up to 25 contact hours/week)

1 part-time contract 15 Sept 2014 – 15 June 2015 (up to 18 contact hours/week)

Option of one-month contract July 2014

Paid holidays: 2 weeks Christmas, 1 week Easter.

Salary: standard salary €1,200/month after taxes. Increments depending on experience.

In-school training and support from DOS with 30 years' experience

Requirements:

Native level speaker, EU passport holder

University degree.

Recognised EFL qualification (TEFL / CELTA/DELTA or equivalent)

Young Learner's certificate a definite advantage.

One year's experience

Knowledge of Spanish an advantage

How to apply:

Please forward full CV with photo, contact and referee details to the email address given on the job heading. We conduct interviews on Skype.

Communicate Language Learning

Cronista Salcedo Hierro 10

Cordoba

14001

Spain

 

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 learned about the structure of a course, from organizing the students into groups, to assessing their progress. It was very useful to read about this, having never had to consider putting together a course of my own. I'd like to get to that level as a professional, sometime in my future, so this material will be an important reference and starting point when I begin such a task.This was an interesting unit because I currently teach classes as well as tutor individuals. I agreed with the pros and cons of each setting. In addition, I've been giving thought to proposing a Business English class where I teach classes and the section on Business English has given me some good ideas as well as more confidence to do so. I also thought the Needs Analysis was quite thorough.


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