TEFL in Ware, England

Date posted:2003-01-21 | Writer: St Edmund\'s College | Email: [email protected]

Summer teacher of young learners

St Edmund's College, Near Ware, Herts, UK < [email protected] >
Date: 16 January 2003

For July/August we want experienced teachers of young learners to work at our beautiful campus between London and Cambridge.

QTS plus CELTA/DELTA preferred.

The ability to offer one school subject in addition to English will be a distinct advantage. Eg: Art, Science, Business, IT, Music, Drama, Cookery, Photography, Ceramics etc etc.

Teaching for 29 contact hours per week, our teachers are not expected to do boarding duties or sports etc. We want you to produce your very best teaching. Accredited by the British Council and registered DfE.

You must be available for work 04 July to 16 July inclusive.
Salary is in the range 300-400 per week, plus full board accommodation in a single room if required. Conditions are very professional and the campus has its own sports facilities. For a description of the campus you can look us up on Contact us

Contact us:
[email protected]
Fax 44-1920-821111

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 chapter talks about future tenses and other tenses that can be used as future tense. The most easily made mistake and also the difficult part is to tell apart from future simple and be going to. Plus, Some of the tenses can all be used for making predictions and plans yet some are used at the time of speaking and some are not. These small variations are a big bummer for both students and teachers. I will check this part usually.This unit is about using course books and materials for teaching. There are many materials that can be used in class such as reading texts, pictures, models, CDs… Teachers need to be creative and base on the students’ need to decide to use which materials. Course books are also important and helpful, but teachers shouldn’t base on them too much as they will make the teachers less creative and depend on the course books.