Teach EFL in North West Spain

Date posted:2013-06-12 | Writer: Welcome English School | Email: [email protected]

A dynamic, enthusiastic native level English Teacher is needed to start in September 2013. 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. We use our own, dynamic communicative method. Continuous training and support are given and we have an abundance of resources to use. Benefits include a competitive salary with 5 weeks paid holidays plus 10 bank holidays throughout the year. 

Requirements

EU Passport* 
Native level English speaker  
Intermediate level Spanish 
Either a TEFL or other teaching qualification, or at least 1 years teaching experience 

*Every year we get a lot of interest from American teachers but unfortunately unless candidates have a European passport or NIE we can't offer them work. 

How to apply

To apply send an email CV with photo and short covering letter mentioning where you saw this ad to the address given on the job heading.

Welcome English School

C/Conde 24

Lugo

27003

Spain

Tel: 0044664349006

Fax: 0034664349006

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.

 

Once again I encountered a refreshing lesson, as I said before I believe that we should all review every lesson every now and then to check errors or mistakes and to see what we can improve as teaches, that's why we have to be humble to listen to our students and nice and specially with grammar because most teachers are afraid of these very beautiful yet sometimes complicated topics for everyone.This topic, Future tense is quite easier to learn compared to other tenses. Although I'm still having a bit of confusion. I can unequivocally say that the present perfect is the most difficult verb form for to understand and use. This is because it has so many meanings and nuances. After that, I think really understanding the uses of the simple present vs. the present progressive is the toughest.

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