TEFL Job in Spain (2)

Date posted:2011-05-30 | Writer: Welcome English School | Email: [email protected]

A dynamic, enthusiastic native English Teacher is needed to start in September 2011. 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. The classrooms are big with natural light and we really make use of the space to get the kids up and interacting.
We use our own lively, dynamic communicative method and have an abundance of resources at our disposal. For the teenagers we use a more structured approach but with the emphasis always being on oral language.

About the City
Lugo is a small, relaxing and very friendly city with a lot of history. Located in Spain's northwest corner, it's relaxed pace and low crime make it great place to live. Lugo's English teachers from all over the globe meet up for a weekly English language pub quiz where they mix with locals enthusiastic to meet new people. Accommodation is relatively cheap as is eating out in Lugo's multitude of tapas bars. Lugo is well connected with 8 buses a day leaving for Madrid,
La Coruña and the coast are within an hour's drive and the historical city of Santiago and it's airport only a little more.

EU passport, basic Spanish, TEFL or other teaching qualification and at least 1 year's experience in teaching is required.

To apply please send your CV to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Welcome English School
C/Conde 24
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.


This Unit gave great information about teaching new language. It reviewed ESA structure plans and gave great suggestions for teaching new language. I really liked the suggestions given on activities to try in class that help achieve ESA points. Students do almost always know more vocabulary than how to actually use it, and it is good to be able to get them to use it to learn how to appropriately use it.This was a relatively short unit, but it helps to identify common problems in the classroom and read about what kind of solutions there are for those problems. When you start teaching there is always a little uncertainty and thinking about problems and their solutions will let you (me) be as prepared as possible. Before, I wouldn't have known what to do with a large class, but now I feel more confident.