Teach TEFL in Sweden

Date posted:2009-03-22 | Writer: Stockholms Sprakskola | Email: [email protected]

Stockholms Sprakskola is a friendly and expanding language school situated in the historic town of Stockholm, Sweden that has opened its doors since 2000. This friendly, well-established International Language School seeks individuals to fill positions for the 2009/2010 school year which include;
- Special Needs teacher
- ESL teacher
- 2 experienced primary school teachers
You would be required to teach English to students of all ages and levels and subjects such as Social Subjects, Science, and Math depending on need. Initial training on our teaching techniques will be given. Being a teacher with us will mean a great salary, a minimum of a one year contract, a timetable of approx. 35 working hours a week, help finding accommodation, and all working documentation, and a friendly, supportive, motivated working atmosphere!
- University Degree
- Bachelor of Education
- Minimum 1 year teaching experience
- Must be a native English speaker
- Creative, positive, self-motivated, loving person who has a TRUE desire to energetically work with children
- EU passport holders or resident preferred
To apply:
Please send a brief cover letter, CV, recent photo and references / contacts by email to the address given on the job heading. 
We look forward to hearing from you!
Contact information
Alicja Wiktor/Ben Collins
Stockholms Sprakskola
(46) 8 605 80 70

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 explains in detail the present tenses. It lists the common usages for each present tense and gives examples for each. Activity ideas are given throughout the video and the teacher offers suggestions on when to use them, how to tailor them to different learning levels, and how to facilitate them. The video was very helpful in this unit because it helped to clear up my own confusion on the subject.This unit was very much necessary! Although I am a native English speaker, as it was stated during the unit lesson we speak and use our native language in our daily lives without out really knowing as to why we do so. This lesson was a refresher lesson to grammar and parts of speech I may have forgotten over time since I have completed my schooling. I think this is an essential component to the TEFL course.