Teach TEFL in Oklahoma City, USA

Date posted:2008-11-11 | Writer: Educational & Cultural Interactions | Email: [email protected]

Employer: Educational & Cultural Interactions Location: 6051 Brookline Pl, Ste 133, Oklahoma City, OK 73112 Deadline: Rolling

Job Description 25 teaching hours per week, 40 hour work week 8:30 - 5:30 Monday through Friday

Qualifications: Native English speakers Minimum 4 year college degree in any field with TEFL/TESOL Certification Teaching Experience in TESOL/TEFL & TESOL/TEFL holders are preferred.

Compensation: Salary: Starting at $25,000/year Health insurance after 90 day probationary period

Perks: Teachers at ECI enjoy professional development opportunities. Annually, they are given TESOL & OKTESOL memberships which includes a magazine subscription to "Essential Teacher" amongst other benefits. Teachers have the opportunity to publish. Teachers are given allowances for literature/media/coursework.

To start your application process or for any further questions, email or fax the following:

1. A copy of degree(s) & certificate(s). 2. A copy of transcripts. 3. Two references

Attention: Katherine Hallock fax - (405) 810 8714 phone - (405) 810 8314 email address given on the job heading page.

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 describes Receptive and Productive skills. But focuses on Receptive skills. Reading and listening. Specialist skills needed are listed and described. Teaching method is detailed, such as choosing topics to keep students interested as well as choosing appropriate text. Exercise examples are given and a patchwork ESA lesson plan is outlined as well as instructions to create a Straight Arrow lesson plan.This lesson focused primarily upon the different types of language that can be introduced to an ESL classroom and the best techniques for that introduction. I felt that the most applicable aspect of this lesson was the grouping of activities for engage/study/activate portions of the class and that those groupings differed depending on what was being taught, as these could be directly incorporated into a lesson.