Teaching English in Sweden

Date posted:2012-07-30 | Writer: Futuraskolan | Email: [email protected]

Futuraskolan is a group of schools in Stockholm, Sweden, offering education in English only, English/Swedish or Swedish only. A full-time, fully qualified English as an  additional language teacher is required to teach in our International school (EAL), and across our three bilingual schools (remedial/ESL). You must be eligible to work in Sweden and have a clear police record. The position commences ASAP. Salary is negotiable (commencing 28K monthly SEK).

Requirements:

Fully-qualified EAL / TEFL / TESOL  etc
Mother-tongue English imperative

How to apply

Email CV to:
Dr Jill Taylor at the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Futuraskolan is a privately owned school organisation with pre-schools and schools in the Stockholm area. Futuraskolan’s first school opened its doors in 2001 on the island of Lidingö. Today we have 12 pre-schools and 6 schools, over 300 employees and around 2500 students in Futuraskolan. Futuraskolan AB is owned by the family owned company Cibenon AB.

    Futuraskolan
    Eriks Dahlsbergsgatan 58-62
    11557
    Sweden

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 was loaded with confusing names such as present simple,present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. Once I become experienced as a teacher, I may find that there is a need for such names and explanations but at this time I found it to be wholly unnecessary and confusing. Understanding tense would be far more easily and effectively learned through active communication.This unit was an excellent refresher to the various present tense verb forms used and provided excellent examples where each verb would be employed. In particular, the common mistakes used by students was extremely familiar to me, as I have often seen similar mistakes being used. As a native English speaker, it's common for me to have to pause to think about each form before I can explain it clearly.
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