TEFL Teachers Needed for UK Summer Camps

Date posted:2011-05-19 | Writer: ELAS UK | Email: [email protected]

ELAS UK is an English Language Summer School which combines English language learning with adventure activities for foreign school children from the ages of 10 to 17. ELAS will run from 3rd July to 31st July (4 weeks). The school is based at Leicester Universities Oadby Campus. We are seeking English language teachers who are enthusiastic and experienced. Minimum qualifications needed; First degree, and a teaching qualification; TEFL, CELTA, or TESOL certificate, with a minimum of 1 year's full time teaching experience. You will be required to teach from Monday to Friday. In addition you will be required to maintain accurate records of tests, assessments and evaluations. You will also be required to supervise evening activities, tutorial workshops and weekend excursions. The posts are residential or non residential. Salary and Benefits: Residential: 250 to 300GBP per week based on qualifications and experience + full board; 3 meals and accommodation. Non-residential: 330 to 375GBP per week based on qualifications and experience.To apply please send your CV to: Tariq Rasul, DoS, Unit 1 Britannia Estates, Leagrave Rd LU3 1RJ E-mail: as address given on the jonb heading.Tel: 01582 724647 Fax: 01582 724654

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 found this unit challenging but I enjoyed it. I especially enjoyed learning how we change the forms in which we speak automatically without realising, for example when we report what somebody told us we automatically change to past tense. I also enjoyed learning about the different conditions, although on the surface it looks complicated, one you break it down there is simple rules for each condition.In this unit we studied the primary ares in which teachers will be teaching students about the English language: Vocabulary, grammar, and language structures. It was interesting to read about the different suggestions for teaching various sections of these topics within the ESA format. I learned a few new ideas for helping my own students in the classroom such as using brochures during travel lessons.