Opportunities Teaching TEFL in USA

Date posted:2008-07-24 | Writer: Kaplan Aspect | Email: emily.daniels@kaplan.com

Are you a TEFL qualified teacher interested in other cultures and have prior experience teaching TOEFL?

We would like you to join us in the instruction and sharing of American culture with international students as they prepare for university in the US! Teaching for Kaplan can be the first step toward many other career opportunities throughout the company. Kaplan teachers have gone on to mentor and train other teachers, create curriculum, and even run Kaplan centers. Many members of top Kaplan management started out in the classroom. In short, you can go as far as your experience, ambitions, and talents lead you.


You can expect 15 hours of classroom teaching per week from 9am to 12:15pm- Monday through Friday- and 5 hours per week of paid preperation time. There is also a possibility of afternoon hours from 1pm to 2:30pm teaching elective classes. This position has an immediate opening and the teaching hours may be extended into the fall. Salary is $20 per hour of classroom teaching. Kaplan Aspect offers limited health insurance coverage for part-time employees. We are also seeking experienced TEFL instructors available as on call substitutes for our Intensive English program.

Applicants must have an undergraduate degree and at least 2 years experience teaching group ESL classes. TEFL certification preferred.

We provide training, support, and compensation. Contact Emily at the email address given on the job heading page or call 617-661-6965 for details!

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 has shown me some techniques and methods of teaching English that I wasn't aware of. Some of them I already knew from my \"Methodology of teaching foreign language\" class but some of them were new, as the ESA technique. Despite I didn't know the name of this technique, I found out that I have been using it all along, including different activities on every stage and careful mistakes correction policy.Unit number 15 covers knowledge about evaluation and testing. It is explained in details reasons why teachers need to test students. It tells about tutorials and evaluation by students as well as describes different kinds of tests : placement test ( example of placement test), progress test, diagnostic test, practice test, general external examination, Cambridge assessment, skills for life and business English.

 

 

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