Position Teaching Young Learners EFL in Spain

Date posted:2017-07-19 | Writer: La Casita de Ingles | Email: [email protected]

La Casita de Ingles has opportunities for EFL teachers teaching children English in small interactive classes (schools are located in Madrid and Murcia). Classes are Monday to Friday afternoons and Saturday mornings (we are looking for teachers for week days and teachers for Saturdays). We are also hiring for next school year.

REQUIREMENTS:

Native level English speaker with a clear accent.

Relevant teaching experience or teaching qualifications such as TEFL, TESOL preferred.

Reliable, organised and able to commit to teaching on a long-term basis.

Good class management skills.

Cheerful, kind, friendly, enthusiastic, patient, creative, love working with kids.

Must be punctual and with sense of commitment and responsibility.

Work permit for EU

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Well paid

TO APPLY:

Interested parties please send C.V., with availability and expected hourly rate, to the email address given on the job heading.

Montecarmelo

​Calle del Monasterio de Oseira, 9

Madrid - 28049

Spain

Mobile:  699 936 373

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.

 

This unit was about English grammar and its tense forms in particular. It covered the areas of tense forms, their usages, typical errors that student make and ideas on stage teaching. I have revised the four present tenses and very well presented cases of their usage. This unit was structured and delivered in a way to help one understand and memorize the content in a comprehensible way.The content of this unit shows how the teacher shouldn't dominate lessons and should allow students to practice the English language. Tips on how to avoid Teacher Talking Time, and being too dominant in the classroom are very useful. There should be a fine balance between TTT and STT. How to build a good rapport with students and how to act with the problematic ones is also very useful.


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