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ESL teachers wanted - Teach English in Italian Schools

Published: 2 Jan, 2020

Didaké - English for Kids

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Italy, Bergamo

Job title

ESL teachers

Job description

ESL teachers are going to be asked to conduct activities to improve the fluency of Italian kids with speaking games and other pleasant activities, following a detailed daily plan that we will provide you and under the supervision of our resident Teachers that will be mentoring you.

The age groups we mainly deal with are primary and secondary school kids, so the key is to make learning appealing by keeping extremely simple and playful.

Please do mind that the projects are planned during the academic year so you will teach to classes of around 20 pupils, with the co-presence of the resident English Teacher.

The projects usually entail 3\4 hours a day and you will teach one hour in every class. This means that you will move to one class to another during your teaching mornings.

Salary and benefits

Training and Orientation
The training will be held on Fridays and Saturdays before the starting date of the projects.
Resident Teachers are going to clarify all the details about the project, timetable, activities, teaching material and how to use it, detailed lesson plans and any information you’ll need.

You'll be staying in a hosting family and we'll make sure you are welcomed as a family member. You’ll receive full board and a single room.
Staying with the family is an amazing opportunity for you to get to know our culture better.
In exchange, you are expected to spend 1.30h a day with the kids and the family.

15€/h (after tax)


Proficient in English

A past working experience in schools and with kids

A degree in one of the following areas BEd/BA/BSc with QTS

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