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TEFL Uruguay - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching English In Uruguay

Date posted:2016-02-04 | Writer: Berlitz Uruguay | Email: [email protected] Berlitz Uruguay looks for Full time TEFL trained English teachers to work in the capital city of Montevideo. Language instruction will be directed to kids, teens, young adults and adults in different programs including the CEIBAL project with the government. Full time availability from Monday to Saturday is required. All teachers in the program will receive training, materials and guidelines on the CEIBAL Project. Visa expenses are covered as well as round trip tickets. The contract offered includes all fringe benefits established by law in Uruguay. A minimum of a 6 month commitment is required. SALARY & BENEFITS: Salary of 33.000 Uruguayan pesos plus housing allowance of 3300 UY pesos monthly....  [Read more]

TEFL Uruguay - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in Uruguay

 ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS Writer: Consultora Evolucion | Email: [email protected] ENGLISH INSTRUCTORS FOR CEIBAL EN INGLÉSCeibal in English (CEI) is Ceibal's program for teaching English in public primary and secondary education centers (Secondary and DGETP). Using videoconferencing equipment installed in the centers, groups of students participate in weekly classes with foreign language teachers. Each classroom teacher works collaboratively through the CREA educational platform, in which she shares resources for the development of classes. Although the principle of collaborative teaching is the same for Primary and Secondary Education, the implementation of the program differs according to the context.Requirements:English C1 or above (certificate such as Cambridge Advanced, Aptis or...  [Read more]

TEFL Uruguay - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Native Tefl Teacher Required In Montevideo Uruguay

Date posted:2006-05-08 | Writer: Guildford School | Email: [email protected] Guilford School of English is looking for a native TEFL certified teacher to teach in Montevideo, Uruguay. POSITION: teacher must give in-company lessons to train staff (doctors, technicians, administrative staff, etc) in a hospital. Teacher must be reliable, friendly, enthusiastic, flexible, good communicator, able to work in teams and eager to have fun teaching. CONDITIONS: Temporary position. June till December 20, 2006 WORKING HOURS: 10 p/w SALARY: USD 320 paid in local currency + accommodation ACCOMMODATION: the School offers a medium-sized, well located studio fully furnished with private bathroom and other facilities VISA: tourist BENEFITS: Paid holidays, 24/7 internet access, teaching...  [Read more]

TEFL Uruguay - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Occasional Tefl Opportunities In Uruguay

Date posted:2018-04-12 | Writer: The Uruguayan American School | Email: [email protected] The Uruguayan American School (UAS) is a private college preparatory school enrolling approximately 320 international and host country students in Nursery through Grade 12. We have occasional openings for TEFL qualified teachers, particularly if you have other teaching skills such as music or sports. Founded over 57 years ago, UAS caters to both international and Uruguayan families by providing an international curriculum taught entirely in English and a Uruguayan curriculum for students who plan to attend a university in South America. The UAS campus is located in the residential suburb of Carrasco, in Montevideo. It is approximately three blocks from the Portones Shopping Mall and behind the...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Activate Phase Find Someone Who - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This video is a sample EFL lesson in a real-life classroom setting abroad. The classroom activity "find someone who" is a great way to get the students to use the new learned vocabulary or grammar point as it can easily be applied to any kind of topic. 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 convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! This unit helped me to revisit the past part of the tenses. Learning the present tenses just a few days earlier...  [Read more]

Living and Teaching English in Uruguay - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Habits & Customs

Although small in size and population, Uruguay is a popular destination as it boasts a modern infrastructure, a clean and safe environment, and plenty of great attractions. If you like the sound of Uruguay, take a look at the following guides to gain a greater insight into the country. You will find a wide range of useful information, such as travel tips for before and during your stay, some basic guides to the local language and cuisine, and a range of interesting facts that you probably aren’t aware of. SOURCE: theculturetrip . com/south-america/uruguay/articles/the-essential-travel-guide-to-uruguay-infographic/?utm_content=buffer21e58&utm_medium=pinterest&utm_source=pinterest&utm_campaign=buffer Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! SOURCE: 9gag ....  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Overview Of All English Tenses Present Tenses Present Simple Find Someone Who - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  A first example of a teaching idea for the present simple tense will be a classic activity called 'Find someone who'. Here, we will be trying to find someone who has a general truth such as the ability to play a musical instrument or the fact that they have a brother and a sister. This results in students going around the room asking questions in the present simple tense, such as 'Do you play a musical instrument?' 'Are you a teacher?' 'Do you have a brother and a sister?' The answers resulting will also be in the present simple tense. They will be generally 'Yes I do,' or 'No I don't.' The students will go around trying to find somebody who fits the general truth and when they do, they will write their name in the appropriate space. The students will mill around the room for...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Tefl Video Idioms/cold Shoulder - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  The idiom "cold shoulder" means treating someone with coldness or ignoring someone. Our example is as follows: Anna is giving me the cold shoulder. She must be angry at me. 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 convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! It made me think a lot about the difference between adults and children, and the challenges you will have as a teacher as a result of these. Also, all the different 'roles' played by the...  [Read more]

Tips & Resources for LGBTQIA+ English Teachers Abroad - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Destinations TEFL Information Teaching abroad is an exciting and enriching opportunity for anyone, but as an LGBT individual, there are additional challenges and considerations to keep in mind. Moving to a new country means adjusting to a different culture and navigating questions about discrimination, safety, coming out, and handling public displays of affection. While there has been significant progress in LGBT rights globally, including the legalization of same-sex marriage in more countries, there is still work to be done. Therefore, finding a place to teach abroad that is accepting and welcoming to the LGBT community becomes crucial. LGBTQIA+ Friendly EFL Destinations Spain: A Top LGBTQ+ Friendly Destination for Teaching English Abroad Thailand: Embracing Diversity...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Tefl Video Idioms/all Ears - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  The idiom "all ears" means that someone is very keen to hear what you have to say and you have his/her full attention. For example: Why are you crying? Tell me, I'm all ears. In this case, the person asking really wants to know the reason for the other person to be upset and crying. 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 convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! In this lesson I learned several types of teaching methods to use with adult...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Coursebooks And Materials/cassettes CDs DVDs Video - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  We now consider what we might call the technology that we could use within the classroom then that could include things such as cassettes, the use of CDs, the use of DVD and video. Some general issues surrounding the use of these types of material, make sure whenever you're using any of this type of technology though you know how it actually works when using it for a listening activity, for example. How long does it take for the whole tape to play through? How long does it take to rewind and so on. Other issues that you might need to think about is if you're using a cassette player or CD or something that you set the volume level before you actually start the lesson so that when you switch on you don't shock everyone with a very loud sound or that they can't actually hear it. Also...  [Read more]

What type of TEFL teacher is most in demand? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Before discussing the demand of different TEFL teachers we must first be aware of the different roles that these teachers can take. Perhaps the first distinction or grouping would be between online and onsite teachers. What are the different roles TEFL teachers take? For online teaching there are a few types of teaching jobs that you can undertake. These include: For onsite teaching there are also a few types of teaching jobs available, such as: Which teachers are in most demand? What other roles can TEFL teachers move into? Conclusion There is no single answer to this question as it depends very much upon whether you want to work online or onsite and if so, which country you are considering. It will also depend to a certain extent on your qualifications and experience. In general, the...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Tefl Video Idioms/old Hand - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  The idiom "old hand" refers to someone with a lot of experience in doing something, for example: If you have any questions, ask Lisa. She's done this job before and is an old hand at project planning. 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 convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section before moving onto the next. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad! Unit 18 went over modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. It also covered the basic rules and gave charts explaining each verb and their uses. I learned how to...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Coursebooks And Materials/use Visual Aids - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  The next idea we're going to consider is the use of visual aids and visual aids can include some examples such as real, objects, which we call realia, the use of pictures and photographs and also the use of models. So let's consider some of the ideas surrounding the use of visual aids. Well, why are they useful? Well, first of all the use of a visual aid can reduce teacher talk time. It's very much more simple just to show a real object than to try to describe it so that we could just ask the students ?what is this,? and they would say ?this is a pen,? rather than trying to actually describe it. Again if we were trying to show examples of fruit and vegetables rather than to try and describe them why not use an actual model and this is going to be much more visually stimulating than...  [Read more]

3 Ways to Overcome Stressful Situations in The Classroom

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas A classroom is a place where most individuals engage in attaining new information and interacting with others for a particular purpose. Stress, one of the major causes of various illnesses, can arise from both the teacher and the students within the classroom. Often times, when the stress level rises, the level of interest in the task ahead is usually reduced and the task remains undone or the individual simply quits. This end result can, however, be avoided as the purpose for learning in to eventually gain a greater understanding of the information being taught. The essay will, therefore, focus on ways to overcome stressful situations in a classroom. 1. Setting Goals 2. Create a Fun Atmosphere 3. Speak Your Heart Out Do you want to teach English abroad?...  [Read more]

Good advice and planning before an interview can settle your nerves and provide you with the answers to tough questions. What questions might you be asked? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

So you’ve completed your TEFL course and started applying for jobs in your dream destination country? The next step on becoming a successful English teacher is the TEFL interview. Interviews for teaching jobs can take a couple of different formats and these are face-to-face, over the phone, or via Skype. Each type of interview has its own particular points that need addressing. For face-to-face interviews it is important to be early but not too early make sure that you research the route to the school before the interview day. You must remember to dress smartly; many teaching jobs are in holiday destinations and some people seem to forget the difference between what is suitable for work and what is suitable for the beach. If you are being interviewed over the phone, be clear on the...  [Read more]

Where are the best places to teach English for LGBTQ+ teachers? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

While significant strides have been made in LGBTQ+ rights in many countries, teachers from this community planning to teach abroad may still face some challenges. Certain popular teaching destinations might not openly discuss sexual orientation and gender identity, and in some places, homosexuality is still criminalized. Therefore, it is important to familiarize yourself with the conditions in your preferred countries to ensure your overseas teaching journey is safe and fulfilling. Here, we highlight a few countries that stand out as welcoming places for LGBTQ+ English teachers. Spain Germany Uruguay Argentina Thailand Taiwan Known for its liberal outlook and commitment to equal rights, Spain is a favored destination for teaching English abroad. Legalizing same-sex marriage in the early...  [Read more]

How Learning Chinese Made Me A Better English Teacher In China - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences The following blog post is about an ITTT graduate who shares his story on how learning Chinese helped him to become a better English teacher in China. What do you call someone who speaks only one language? "My insights into their language and culture were incredibly helpful." "Many Chinese are anxious about speaking English with natives - more so than is to be considered normative." "The best ESL teachers are the ones with experience with the native language of their students." Listen to this blog post Now it's your turn to get TEFL certified! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Joseph S. A common saying imparted to me by one of my professors goes like this: "What do you call someone who speaks three languages?...  [Read more]

Etiquette Europe ▷ Infographic - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Despite the many things the countries in Europe have in common there are plenty of ways in which the customs and cultures differ and each country has its own unique way of doing certain things. As an English teacher and visitor, an understanding of some of the manners and behaviour of people in your chosen country can go a long way to improving your experience of teaching English abroad. On the topic of manners and behaviour each country has different attitudes that govern what is rude and what is not. In Switzerland, posture is important and slouching should be avoided and in Germany it is considered rude to have your hands in your pockets while talking to someone. Punctuality is important in Germany and you should always be one time for appointments. In France and Spain, being on...  [Read more]

How Can English Influence a Student’s Future Career? - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas There are many advantages for any person to learn a second language. More important learning English can influence a student's future career. English is the most widely spoken language in the world. This means that there is a high probability of using this language in the future or encountering someone who speaks English. This will allow you to be able to communicate with other people when traveling outside of your country. An example of this is when I travel to Asia in the tourist area I have noticed that English is the common language that is used to communicate between people from different countries. I observed that there were many tourists from Russia, China, and Japan. English is taught in many of these countries as a requirement of their school...  [Read more]

Different Rules of Etiquette in European Countries - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT Destinations As a TEFL teacher it is important to make sure you have a good understanding of the language point you are teaching. It is equally important to have a good understanding of the country and culture you intend to teach in. While many aspects of behavior and etiquette may seem quite similar, each country has its own particular quirks that should be understood by a TEFL teacher. In this post I look at some important aspects of etiquette in different countries in Europe that any TEFL certification graduate should keep in mind. Manners and behaviour Better late than never? The pitfalls of hand gestures Social situations The common handshake Addressing strangers Do you want to teach English in Europe? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: Each country has...  [Read more]

Rapport as a Center of Teacher-Student Relationships - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas In my life, I had the opportunity to work in several different jobs. I use to work as a physical education teacher, swimming coach for kids, fitness instructor, supplement salesman, and many other roles. In all those jobs and also in personal relationships establishing and building rapport was from the critical importance, and being an English language teacher and establishing rapport with the students is no different. Why Rapport is Important? Ways to Establish Rapport Personal Opinion Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course today! Related Articles: The answer is simple. If someone likes us, respects us and trusts us they are more likely to be motivated to do what we are asking them to do. In teaching English that would mean that they...  [Read more]

Tefl reviews - Interesting Vs Interested English Grammar Teaching Tips - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This video covers the difference between 'interested' and 'interesting'. As these two words have a similar pronunciation and spelling, their usage is often confused. 'Interesting' describes the people or things that cause the feeling of interest to someone, for example: Today's lesson about world history is very interesting. 'Interested', on the other hand, describes how someone feels, such as here: I am very interested in learning another language. 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 convenient, highly structured design means that you can quickly get to grips with each section...  [Read more]

Can I teach English abroad without a degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Of course! While holding a university degree can unlock more avenues, many language schools worldwide are open to hiring individuals without one. The passion and skill to teach can often outweigh formal academic qualifications, so not having a degree shouldn't deter you from pursuing your dream of teaching English internationally. Why is a degree required for certain teaching jobs in other countries? How can I get a teaching job abroad if I don't have a degree? What countries can I teach English in if I don't have a degree? Europe Asia Central and South America The Middle East and North Africa While we at ITTT believe essential qualities like passion and dedication often outweigh the need for a formal degree in language teaching, visa regulations in many countries dictate otherwise. To...  [Read more]

Do you need a degree for TEFL? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

No, while having a degree can provide more opportunities, it is not an absolute requirement. Many language schools are open to hiring individuals solely based on their passion and capability to teach. With a proper TEFL certification, even those without a formal degree can successfully teach English abroad and fulfill their aspirations in the field. Why do certain TEFL positions require a degree? How can I find a TEFL job without a degree? Where can I teach English without a degree? Europe Asia South and Central America North Africa and the Middle East While possessing inherent teaching qualities such as passion, commitment, and rapport with students are invaluable, certain TEFL positions do require a degree. This necessity is often not based on the presumption that a degree ensures...  [Read more]

Can I be an English teacher without an English degree? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

Absolutely! Many language schools worldwide are more interested in your teaching skills and passion than your specific educational background. While possessing a degree can offer additional opportunities, it is not a definitive barrier. Many individuals without degrees successfully pursue and thrive in English teaching roles abroad. Why is a degree required to do certain TEFL teaching jobs? How can I get a TEFL job if I don't have a degree? Where can I teach English if I don't have a degree? While there is no universal mandate stating TEFL teachers must have a bachelor's degree, several TEFL jobs do require one. The primary rationale behind this requirement is not necessarily pedagogical but administrative, mainly to fulfill visa regulations set by specific countries. Indeed, while...  [Read more]

What to Watch Out for Before Signing Your TEFL Contract in China - TEFL Blog

Kimberley Dale Visa and Legal TEFL Information Signing any contract can be daunting. However, if you know what to look out for as you go through the papers you have no need to be scared. There's more... Listen to this blog post Now you are ready for your adventure! Related Articles: We have compiled a checklist for you to keep with you as you read through your contract: Those are the most important things you will need to look out for. There are a few things you should also keep in mind when signing your contract: Even after going through the contract with the checklist above, get someone you trust to read through it before you sign it. You will sign two contracts: one before you leave for China and one when you arrive in China – please make sure that these two contracts are...  [Read more]

How Becoming a TEFL Teacher Can Help You Fulfill your Ultimate Potential According to Abraham Maslow - TEFL Blog

Ariella Libre TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas One of my minors during my undergraduate studies was psychology. I started taking psychology classes in high school. My upbringing was extremely dysfunctional and it made me curious about people. As a psychology student, I was introduced to Abraham Maslow's hierarchy of needs, a psychological theory by Abraham Maslow. Understanding Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs: A Guide to Reaching Your Full Potential Unveiling Maslow's Pyramid: The Path to Self-Actualization Basic Needs First: The Foundation for Personal Growth and Success The Motivation Component: Unlocking Success Through Fulfilling Needs The Importance of Fulfilling Basic Needs in ESL Teaching Breaking Barriers: Overcoming Financial Constraints to Fulfillment The Impact...  [Read more]

Can I teach English with just a TEFL or TESOL certificate? - TEFL Blog

Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences Embarking on a career in English language teaching can be an incredibly rewarding journey. However, if you lack a university degree, you might wonder if this path is open to you. The good news is that with a TEFL or TESOL certificate and the right approach, you can find exciting teaching opportunities worldwide, even without a degree. In this guide, we'll explore regions where you can teach English as a foreign language, highlighting the options available and shedding light on how you can make this dream a reality. Where can I teach EFL without a university degree? Latin America Asia Europe European example: Spain Conclusion Are you ready to teach English as a foreign language? Related Articles: Check out what our course grads say in our...  [Read more]

Teaching Job: How Do People See it? - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Most would simply say that a teacher is that person standing in front of a classroom "teaching", and they wouldn't be wrong. If a little more thought is actually given to the question, people would begin to understand that a teacher is much more than someone reading out of a book or simply following a syllabus, flipping through the pages just to get from cover to cover. The role of a teacher as it has always been being something often overlooked and taken for granted. Importance for Society Knowledge Transfer Teacher's Experience Teaching Skills Are you ready to teach English all over the world? Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Brendon S. Please note that this blog post might not...  [Read more]

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