TEFL in Arizona, USA

Date posted:2005-01-28 | Writer: Pan Am International Flight Academy | Email: [email protected]


Job Title: Aviation ESL Instructor
Full/Part Time positions at both our Fort Pierce, FL & Phoenix, AZ locations.

Description:

* Ongoing development and operation of PAIFA ESL Programs.
* Assist Chief Flight Instructor during standardization, to include training of instructors of foreign contract students regarding how to properly handle students with English deficiencies.
* Ensure all ESL training resources are utilized in an efficient manner consistent with PAIFA goals.
* Ensure that PAIFA ESL Program students progress within the specified program duration and hours, providing special assistance when necessary.

Requirements:

* Must have practical developmental and operational knowledge of ESL programs.
* Aviation background preferred.
* Will require proficiency in MS Office, Windows.
* Must be willing to relocate to Fort Pierce, FL or Phoenix, AZ.
* Some travel to our other facilities out of state may be required.

Contact: Crystal Verdini, Human Resources
Email: [email protected]
or Fax Resume to 772-467-0072

Pan Am International Flight Academy offers stability, growth and excellent pay and benefits. If you would like to learn more about how to join the PAIFA team of professionals contact us at:
[email protected]

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.

 

The receptive and productive skills are very important to teach students new vocabulary, how to read, listen and think in the language taught which in this case will be English. It helps them to be more active in the language, even though it can be hard for them as they might not understand the context. As teachers we need to carefully choose topics that will be interesting for as much students possible to make them motivated.There are many different pieces of equipment and teaching aides that teachers will have at their disposal. Part of this having so many options means being able to determine which ones are best suited to the lesson and desired outcomes that the teacher is looking for. In all cases, not being prepared to use a piece of equipment correctly could impede the teacher's ability to teach effectively and the students' ability to learn.


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