Are you planning a trip to Europe?
Would you like to gain experience teaching English?
Do you want to volunteer and help people learn English?
Then Prague is your answer. Stop by and volunteer in beautiful Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, in the heart of Europe.
ENGLISHstay invites you for first program in the Czech Republic. Englishstay educates students in English in cooperation with volunteers. The entire program takes place in beautiful places in the Czech Republic. If you want to see interesting places and meet with Czech culture, please just come and join us. You will see the Czech Republic, our spa region or historical castles.
Please don't hesitate to contact us for more information, or for any questions you may have.
I had a great time teaching English and spending time with these hosts, and other volunteers/ students in the program. It was hard work, but completely worth it, and enjoyable. I enjoyed helping the students grow, and even learn new things from them. The hosts are easy going, and very kind. I would definitely sign up again!
I had an wonderful time with these hosts, other volunteers and the students. It was a great experience to teach and watch their personal growth in speaking and self-confidence.
About the hosts, they are very nice and laid back.
I'd totally sign up again.
Creative minds and energetic bodies get their start with a hearty, tasty meal: food to fuel learning, laughter and fun. Today began with just that and ended with people from around the world going to bed as better people than they began it. The day featued an excellent mix of individual and group activities where native English speakers and students from the Czech Republic and Slovakia worked together in a relaxed setting at the plush Gold Hotel in Chotoviny. Every native speaker spends an hour each with several students, iindividually. The time is spent entirely in conversation. English Stay organizers provide topics which serve as guidelines for the conversations. It is then up to the native speaker how to develop and direct the conversations. This works well because it gives the teacher the flexibility to adapt the discussion to the abilities and desires of the Czech and Slovak students. During the conversation, teachers help students to strengthen their vocabulary, grammar, communication and confidence with their spoken English. Two group activities -- one before lunch, the other after dinner -- allow everyone to interact in enjoyable and thought-provoking exercises. The underlying theme is enjoyment and there is no doubt that not only is everyone enjoying their time together but also learning invaluable life and language skills at the same time.
My time spent teaching English in the Czech Republic was one of the most rewarding experiences I've been a part of in recent memory. In 6 days we put in 70 hours of work talking and talking and talking some more with the students, helping to perfect their grammar and conversation skills. it was incredibly enriching getting to know both the native and non-native speakers, learning about Czech culture, touring the local sights, and helping the students gain confidence speaking a second language. I'm so proud of their effort and so grateful for the time I was able to spend with both the teachers and the students. It's a memory I will cherish forever and ever.