Job Teaching English in Spain (7)

Date posted:2015-10-28 | Writer: Meddeas | Email: [email protected]

Do you want to live a once in a lifetime opportunity using your TEFL skils? Becoming a Language assistant in a Spanish school with Meddeas is a unique experience that will stay with you for your entire life. During 6 to 8 months, you will enrol a structured programme and cooperate in one of our more than 200 educational centres. Moreover, you will add international experience and transferable skills to your CV while discovering a new culture and language. You will receive a monthly grant, which is more than enough to live in Spain as a student. And you’ll pay no fees!

There are two lodging options: full board accommodation with a host family or independent housing.  Families in these programmes are linked to the school, chosen by its principal, and participate on a volunteer basis.

Three starting dates available:

- Immediately

- January 2016 until June 2016

- September 2016 until June 2017

In addition to this opportunity we also have two vacancies to start ASAP in Sant Cugat del Valles (near Barcelona) for TEFL certified teachers. Apart from this, we have positions starting soon in Guadarrama (Madrid outskirts), Algeciras (Andalucía), Burgos and Cáceres.

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BA in English, OR any degree + TEFL /TESOL course OR BA in Education

Interviews are held on an ongoing basis, so we encourage candidates to apply as soon as possible.

Doubts? Interested? Send an email to the address given on the job heading.


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.


Unit 3 covered the was to develop courses for young learners. As well as getting the correct placement for students based on ability over a range of areas. It covered the assessment of students using six different styles of tests. The development of a syllabus and scheduling of progress test. Also covered were the three levels of the CYLE ( starters, movers, and flyers), KET, and PET tests.This unit taught me the ways to properly teach productive skills like reading and writing. These are important skills to clearly teach as they are the backbones of the learning of a language. As well, this unit gave me plenty of examples discussing possible games and scnerios that can be used in the classroom to help change it up and provide a new way for students to engage in the material.