Employment teaching EFL in Yangon, Myanmar

Date posted:2004-09-14 | Writer: International Language & Business Centre | Email: [email protected]

1.ESL Teachers for Primary & Secondary Classes.
2.English & History Teacher for Primary 3 & 5 Classes.
3.Preschool & Kindergarten Teachers.

Contact Person - Dr.Than Nyunt

Deputy Head
International Relations & Communications Department.
International Language & Business Centre.
34, Lay Daunt Kan Road.
Tamwe Township.
Yangon.Myanmar (Burma).
[email protected]

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 was a great chapter. I actually never knew what the phonetic chart was prior to this chapter. It also shows how important intonation is and why text is hard to read due to the lack of intonation. I have received many texts that were hard to determine what the context was due to the lack of intonation. I will need to become more familiar with the phonetic chart because I think it will be important to use this in my teaching.This unit was much like the other tenses. It can be tricky to differentiate between the sub-tenses of the future tense -- future simple, future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous and be going + infinitive -- so it is crucial to familiarize yourself with these tenses. Not just with the future tense but with the present and past, also. Looking at the teaching ideas for each tense was also a good reference point.