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LINGUIST List 19.1917

Tue Jun 17 2008

Jobs: ESL/EFL: Teacher Trainer, LADO International College

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        1.    Vance Blankenbaker, ESL/EFL: Teacher Trainer, LADO International College, Washington, DC, USA

Message 1: ESL/EFL: Teacher Trainer, LADO International College, Washington, DC, USA
Date: 13-Jun-2008
From: Vance Blankenbaker <vblankenbakerlado.edu>
Subject: ESL/EFL: Teacher Trainer, LADO International College, Washington, DC, USA
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University or Organization: LADO International College
Department: TEFL Certificate Program
Job Location: District of Columbia, USA
Web Address: http://www.lado.edu
Job Rank: Teacher Trainer

Specialty Areas: ESL/EFL


The LADO TEFL Certificate is designed as a practical and thorough training
course to prepare new teachers for the ESL classroom as well as to enhance
the skills of experienced instructors. LADO TEFL trainees learn about a
variety of language teaching techniques and methodologies, in addition to
the rules and patterns of English grammar, vocabulary, and pronunciation.

Training sessions model the same student-centered classroom practices that
trainees should strive for in their own ESL classrooms, with a strong
emphasis on facilitating student participation and engaging in a variety of
learning activities.
Each day, trainees apply this new learning to real classroom practice as
they team-teach guided lessons to a class of ESL students. Graduates leave
the program with confidence in their abilities to plan lessons and teach
classes ranging from beginner to advanced levels.

The LADO TEFL Certificate Program is team-taught by two teacher-trainers
and one of these openings is now available.

Position Details:
- Title: LADO TEFL Certificate Trainer
- Start Date: ASAP
- Job Type: Full time
- Compensation: $17-20 per hour
- Benefits: Health, dental, disability, life insurance, partially
subsidized parking (50%), paid annual leave, paid sick leave, and more

Personal Traits / Skill Set:
- Native speaker of English
- Personable
- Team player, works well with others
- Can-do attitude
- Knowledgeable about the ESL/EFL job market
- Excellent communications skills
- Self-motivated
- Detail-oriented

- U.S. Citizenship/Permanent Resident
- Bachelor's degree and TEFL Certificate required. Master's degree in
TEFL/TESL, applied linguistics, or master's degree with a TEFL/TESL focus
- Minimum 3 years of teacher training experience in the area of TESL/TEFL;
international experience strongly desired.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.
Mailing Address for Applications:
Vance Blankenbaker
LADO TEFL Certificate Program
2233 Wisconsin Avenue, NW
Washington, US 20007
Email Address for Applications: vblankenbakerlado.edu
Contact Information:
Vance Blankenbaker
Email: vblankenbakerlado.edu
Phone: 202-333-4222

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