EFL Teachers Needed in Hong Kong

Date posted:2012-05-17 | Writer: Monkey Tree English Learning Center Ltd | Email: [email protected]

Monkey Tree English Learning Centre, a center that provides English courses for kids between the ages 3-12, is currently looking for TEFL qualified teachers. The goal at Monkey Tree is to utilize a communicative with small class sizes to help kids learn English in a fun and interactive way. We actively try to foster a good working and learning environment for both our kids and our staff members. Since our center opened in 2009, we have already expanded to 4 different locations and are still continuing to grow. Please come join us and help to expand the minds and opportunities of the future generations.

Teachers' main responsibilities:
    -design and run activities for kids between 3-8 year olds.
    -customize lesson plans
    -provide periodic feedback to parents
    -design and implement periodic parties and programs
    -Prepare craft activities for children between 3-5 year olds.

Program Benefits:

    -Visa Sponsorship
    -Comprehensive paid 3 week training
    -Up to 28 paid holidays per year
    -flight reimbursement
    -Small class sizes
    -6 paid sick days

Teacher requirements:
    -Native English Speaker
    -TEFL, TESOL or CELTA preferred
    -University Degree from and accredited university preferred.
    -Patient, creative, enthusiastic, and MUST love kids.
    -Visa sponsorships are provided.

Interested parties, please send your resume to the e-mail address given on the job heading.

Below you can read feedback from an ITTT graduate regarding one section of their online TEFL certification course. Each of our online courses is broken down into concise units that focus on specific areas of English language teaching.

 

This unit focuses on the different parts of speech. It is a short yet intensive reminder of the various parts of speech and how to correctly use them when forming sentences. From this unit I have learned to be aware that as for new learners of the language it can be hard to grasp these concepts. I was also reminding to be understanding and aware that difficulty may arise when learning these concepts.The unit covered the nuances associated with the present simple, present continuous/progressive, present perfect, and present perfect continuous. Each section included notes on form, usages, typical mistakes/errors, and activate stage examples. The examples provided in each section, particularly those that accompanied the \"usages\" subsection, were particularly helpful in highlighting correct usage.


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