Live Teaching Practice in Malta
Malta is one of the smallest countries in the world with a healthy (sun-kissed) population of around half a million people.
This island paradise, south of Italy, in the middle of the Mediterranean sea is an amazing place to spend one to three weeks building up your teaching practice hours.
Adding 65 hours of English teaching practice per week of the scholarship to your resume will make you a strong competitor in the TEFL teaching job market.
Malta is a very multicultural group of islands, walk down the adorable, narrow paved streets and you will meet people from all over the world. Many people come to the island in search of a job or simply to enjoy the warm mediterranean weather.
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Your Teaching Experience
After arrival lunch and your city tour of Valletta, meander through narrow paved sun-drenched streets of this island paradise, then grab the group transfer to your resort location.
Joined by a team of international native English speakers you’ll be guided through the cultural do’s and don’ts plus befriend with fellow teachers; all in preparation to be paired with 20 eager young learners.
Expect to clock up around 65 hours talk time each week, focusing on improved conversational language skills in jam-packed schedule.
Enjoying a mix of one-to-one activities, workshops and presentations you’ll practice your English teaching skills gained during your 120 hour Advanced TEFL Course.
Come equipped with interactive activity ideas to inspire these young minds. Put your creative flair to the test, gaining more and more teaching confidence with every day.