TESOL One - TESL One
ESL Native Speakers
Date 2013-02-09 21:02:48 Location : Southeast Asia
Carry out the timetable of classes assigned by the Director of Studies and/or Centre Manager, whether in the Centre or Off-Site.
Teach classes at any levels.
Always give lessons to the highest standards of English language teaching.
Become familiar with the programs and courses of study used at the Centre.
Expose students to their major skills: reading, writing, speaking and listening.
Begin and end classes on time.
Administer tests, exams and assessments according to the Centres procedures.
Prepare lessons in advance and ready all equipment before classes begin.
Carry out alternate teaching-related responsibilities, including giving demonstration lessons, facilitating conversation club, leading tutor sessions and giving presentations.
Maintain student and class records.
Complete student progress reports and certificates according to the Centres procedures.
Assist in the placement testing and interviewing of new students.
To correct written and spoken tests and supply the Course Consultant with all testing materials and test results, in a timely fashion.
Take on administrative work and/or projects as directed by the Director of Studies.
Keep equipment and resources in good condition.
Be familiar with the operations manual and administrative procedures employed by the Centre. Help to organise and/or participate in Centre social and marketing events
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