Teach EFL in Bournemouth, UK

Date posted:2011-04-27 | Writer: SNT International College | Email: [email protected]

SNT International College in Bournemouth requires TEFL qualified (or equivalent) teachers to teach all levels (exam classes). On-going positions available. We are also looking for cover teachers in case of absence and sickness.We offer candidates:- Up to 4.5 hours of teaching hours per day- Preparation and marking fee- Three training sessions of 1.5 hours each paid every term- Busy all year round, modern, clean and friendly atmosphere- Interactive boards available for use now, and 12 new computers for the computer room / listening lab for teachers to use with students from 4th July 2011!- Free use of a classroom to teach your own private lesson to our students. SNT will not charge you anything for this service except for the copies you supply to our students during class which should be paid at reception before your private classes start. You are very welcome to advertise to your own SNT students especially for pronunciation and communication skill lessons. Please note : students must be studying full time at SNT and private classes are extra classes.Please send your application to the e-mail address given on the job heading. SNT International College3rd Floor St Peter's QuarterBournemouthBH1 2ADUnited Kingdomtel: 01202 310500

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.


I enjoyed this unit as well. Lesson planning does help as it reminds the teacher what plan to follow and what contents to go through in a lesson. If the learners are having fun with a specific game or learning experience the teacher can let them spend a bit more time on that for the lesson and catch the rest of the work planned in the next lesson. Lesson planning is a guideline and not a rigid structure.This unit was mainly centered around what makes a good teacher, the role of the teacher, how students are motivated, and what makes a good student. The chapter explains some of the different roles a teacher must fulfill including: manager, organizer, assessor, prompter. The students will have language levels ranging from beginner to advanced and the teacher should tailor the lesson to their capability.