TEFL in Torello, Spain

Date posted:2005-06-13 | Writer: RMR English School | Email: [email protected]

Job: one full time Teacher of English needed for our School in TORELLO (Spain, 45 miles north of Barcelona city) for next academic course comencing middle September 2005 until 25 June 2006. Candidate profile: European Union Passport holder. TESOL Certificate. University Degree (related to Languages preferred).Some teaching experinece preferred. Some knowledge of Spanish (or Catalan) language required. Main duties: 25/26 lecture hours per week, mainly late afternoon and evenings. Some mornings. Mondays to Fridays. Students: children, teenagers, young adults, adults. All levels. Preparation for Cambridge U.Inter. Examinations (PET / FCE / CAE). Pay: 930 Euro per month net (September, half).Four weeks holiday included (2 weeks at Christmas, 1 week at Easter / 1 week end of June). We provide convenient accomodation for our Teachers to be shared. Rent to be paid by the teachers.? Sound management. Modern facilities. Solid plan of studies. Friendly atmosphere. Visit our web site: Contact us If interested, please send your CV + photo and references to: Ramon Macia Roca - Director RMR English Schools Mn. Josep Gudiol, 17, 1 C-D 08500 VIC (Barcelona) Spain E-Mail: [email protected]

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 is really the most important for me unit of this course. I appreciate a lot a number of detailed lesson plans with materials given here. When speaking about young learners we should use defferent teaching strategies: songs, chants and music, playing games, using stories, arts and crafts and drama. Nowadays there are many online resources where we can get ideas or even ready materials for every above mentioned strategy.This unit was packed with information. It was a great refresher course. An effective way to make sure the information is retained would be an interactive activity associated with each section. I would feel more confident with more reinforcement of the concepts. I think more specific examples on the task sheet with answers would be greatly beneficial. Instead of asking for examples, give examples and then ask what they are.