Full-time EFL Teacher Needed in Yangon, Myanmar

Date posted:2011-08-09 | Writer: Nexus Language Learning Centre | Email: [email protected]

We are seeking a motivated, professional teacher to join our Language Centre in Yangon, Myanmar for a full-time contract. Applicants should hold a degree and TEFL / TESOL / CELTA (or higher) and have at least one year of teaching experience. Checkable references are essential. Work and/or living experience in South East Asia is a definite advantage. You will be required to deliver high quality lessons using up to date methodology to a variety of levels. Course books are supplied and we have a wide range of resources available for your lessons.You will also be expected to participate in school events and promotions from time to time, assist with curriculum development, attend meetings and work well as part of a team. We offer a competitive salary with benefits - full details available upon application. Please send your C.V., references and copies of certificates to Darren at 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 is a very good source of what I wanted to learn more about teaching. I think there are several ways of going about teaching. I wasn't sure on how well the student's pronunciations should be taught. But keeping an open mind, knowing the words and meanings is better then actually pronouncing it correctly. This is something I mentioned before, and gives me a better idea on how to grade and teach.This chapter made me realise how important both reading and listening skills are to languages, when many times writing has been stressed upon instead. I learnt that there are different reasons for reading, and different ways one can do it. I also found it helpful how the chapter incoprorated an easy to following lesson plan example to illustrate how one can conduct a class focused on reading/+listening.