Full and Part Time EFL Positions in Central London, UK

Date posted:2011-11-30 | Writer: INTO University of East Anglia London | Email: [email protected]

We are seeking to recruit EFL teachers for INTO UEA London/City who will contribute to teaching and learning in all aspects of General and Academic English, to begin in January 2012. With a unique partnership model and world-wide marketing network, INTO works with universities to transform their international capacity and performance. Since 2006, we have successfully launched 10 joint venture partnerships for international students in the UK and the US. RequirementsThe ideal candidates should possess:    An undergraduate qualification or higher    A recognised qualification in TESOL / TEFL or related area (e.g. DELTA, MA)    An ability to contribute to the development of excellent English language provision    Skills and experience in the effective teaching of international students    Desire and aptitude to contribute to a successful and fast growing educational establishment in the heart of LondonSalary: £28,560 per year (pro-rata for part-time)If you feel you have the necessary skills, experience and interest for this post, please send and up to date CV with a separate covering letter saying why you are interested in working for INTO University of East Anglia (London Campus) to: Patricia Travell, HR Advisor, at the email address given on the job heading.INTO is an equal opportunities employer.INTO is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of young people and child protection screening will apply.

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.


It should be made sure that the students learn new vocabulary from context by simply guessing and build some confidence about a new language by the teacher selecting and employing texts and listening materials that will appeal to the students and practicing some techniques including skimming and scanning. These techniques will help the students develop some selective perception in their future studies.We could see that a lesson planning has a number of determined functions that will help the teacher to carry out his class. We also learnt about how to write a lesson plan, how to be organised and what to include in a lesson plan. They were very useful too both advise of monitoring our lessons and some good tips about how to use the \"might\" and \"may\" form to express possibilities. Thank you. Maria