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language school teacher

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Code

2353.1

Description

Language school teachers educate non-age-specific students in a language that is not their native language at a specialised school, not bound by a level of education. They focus less on the academic aspect of language teaching, as opposed to language teachers in secondary or higher education, but instead on the theory and practice that will be most helpful to their students in real-life situations since most choose instruction for either business, immigration or leisure reasons. They organise their classes using a variety of lesson materials, work interactively with the group, and assess and evaluate their individual progress through assignments and examinations, putting emphasis on active language skills such as writing and speaking.

Alternative Labels

language school educator

ESOL teacher

TESOL practitioner

language school instructor

teacher in a language school

TESOL teacher

teacher of english to speakers of other languages

language school teacher

English for speakers of other languages teacher

language school lecturer

instructor in language school

Regulatory Aspect

To see if and how this occupation is regulated in EU Member States, EEA countries or Switzerland please consult the Regulated Professions Database of the Commission. Regulated Professions Database:

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