Job Teaching English in Malaysia

Date posted:2018-09-06 | Writer: Awesome English Language Center | Email: [email protected]

Awesome English Language Center was opened back in 2012 and has been known for its wide and diverse environment, filled with students from more than 20 countries. Students and applicants at Awesome are from different age groups and backgrounds, ranging from 7 year olds to PHD applicants. We are looking for amazing TEFL qualified English teachers to work with us in Kuala Lumpur teaching international students from all over the world.

ABOUT THE JOB:

Legal work permit

Up to 12 annual leave days plus national holidays in addition to Malaysian public holidays.

Airport pick-up upon arrival

Apartment search support

Training and development programs

Contract Start Date: Continuous

Contract length: 1 year – renewable

WHAT WE OFFER:

- Start out at $1,300 per month during probation

- After 3 months probation, your salary will go up to $1,600

- If you have really good teaching experience, our school is open to negotiate the salary.

Other benefits:

- Free housing & Health insurance provided.

- 100% work permit sponsored

REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION:

A degree

A TEFL/TESOL/CELTA Certificate

Hold a passport from UK, Ireland, US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia or South Africa.

We would also welcome fresh graduates with at least 1 year teaching experience (along with these qualifications mentioned above)

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Strong communication skills

Self-motivated, ambitious, actively seeks out challenges

Ability to apply creativity and flexibility to our curriculum

A customer-oriented mindset

Under 45 years old

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send us your CV via email to the address given on the job heading.       

Awesome English Centre

3-46, 3rd floor, Pv128,

Jalan Genting Kelang,

Setapak, 53300

Kuala Lumpur,

Malaysia

Phone: +60 13-290 9174

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.

 

Simple Future has two different forms in English: \"will\" and \"be going to.\" Although the two forms can sometimes be used interchangeably, they often express two very different meanings. These different meanings might seem too abstract at first, but with time and practice, the differences will become clear. Both \"will\" and \"be going to\" refer to a specific time in the future.I learned the different types of conditionals and how to teach them. Also, the direct and reported speech and how to change the tense. Sometimes the problem we have in teaching/learning English is that the rules that we have always have exceptions and this confuses the student and also is very difficult for the teacher to try and explain why sometimes the rule will work or it won't.

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