TEFL in Spain - Albacete

Date posted:2003-02-14 | Writer: Black & White Language School | Email: [email protected]

Black & White Language School, Albacete, Spain

Black and White Language School are looking for two fully-qualified English teachers (experience preferred) to work at least a 30-hour week with a contract with Social Security, paid christmas holidays, bonuses etc. You will be required to work with children, teenagers and adults.

If interested please contact us: Jennifer Jolicoeur/Sarah Taylor by e-mail - [email protected]

by tlf/fax- Spain 967 50 94 29

by post -Black & White Centre, Capitan Grant 6, 02003 Albacete, Spain.

References and interview necessary. Interviews begin in March.

Starting Date: October 2003

Albacete is a medium sized town in the south-east of Spain.It is approximately one hour and a half hours from Alicante and two and a half hours from Madrid.Although the city itself is not particularly attractive it has beautiful surrounding villages and is well-located for travelling purposes..However the city does have a great deal to offer with regards to night-life and entertainment i.e. theatres,concerts, clubs, sports centres.The university also offers many different leisure actvities.The cost of living is very reasonable with the average rent of accomodation being around 120-140 euros per month sharing a flat.

If you are interested in joining a young friendly team keen on hard work , having fun , enjoying teaching, and looking at a bright future then contact us as soon as possible.

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 lesson, the focus was around qualities of the teacher and the learners. Understanding these attributes is essential to making one a better and more successful teacher in the classroom. At the same time, understanding the level of the student is important so you can better customize your lessons around their ability. Without having any of this knowledge, you are surely unable to keep the attention and motivation of the student.In this unit, I've learnt that evaluating students is so important. In placement tests, we need to know students' language ability, so that we can teach them properly. It's essential to do that! On the other hand, progress tests are to test what language has been remembered or forgotten. And these tests tend to encourage students to review and revise. In my experience, tests would push me to review and find out something I don't know!