TEFL in Massachusets, USA

Date posted:2008-05-05 | Writer: Kaplan Aspect | Email: [email protected]

Kaplan Aspect at Dean College is seeking TEFL instructors for its intensive English program. Although the position is part-time, the instructor can expect 18 hours of classroom teaching per week and 4 hours of paid prep time. Salary is $18-$20 per hour of classroom teaching, depending on education and experience. Kaplan Aspect offers limited health insurance coverage for part-time employees. TEFL certification preferred. Contact Mark Gannon at the address given on the job heading page.


SUBSTITUTE ESL INSTRUCTOR: Kaplan Aspect at Dean College is seeking experienced ESL instructors available as on call substitutes for its intensive English program. Applicants must have an undergraduate degree and experience teaching group ESL classes. TEFL certification preferred. $18-$20 per hour depending on education and experience.
Applicants must have an undergraduate degree and experience teaching group ESL classes. TEFL certification preferred.

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 was aware and familiar with the various types of internal exams for students but learned a lot about the general external examinations. Prior to this I was only fully aware of the TOEFL. I did not realize the Cambridge assessment was broken down into so many different levels. I found it very valuable that the course materials broke down this information and clearly explained what each assessment focused on.This unit discussed how to affectively teach new vocabulary, grammatical structures, and language functions. It took into account students learning level and what a teacher needs to think of when preparing a lesson to teach the class. I liked that it gave examples of good lessons teaching each of the three language areas. This was inspiring and helped me to think in terms of teaching an actual class of students.


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