Teach English in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Date posted:2005-03-11 | Writer: KorCan Connect | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for a qualified teacher to fill a new position starting 1 April. You must have a TESOL or CELTA certification. Salaries will vary from country to country. Our salary of 3, 500RM a month includes your apartment (about 1200 sq.ft. / Rent is normally 1500-1700RM a month for this type of apartment. The salary is approximately 1200.CAD/$980.USD/$1211.AUD. The cost of living in Malaysia is low in comparison to Korea or Japan which are within the top 10 most expensive places in the world to live. Our decentralized idea involves having your students (a maximum of 5) go to your apartment for tutoring (3:30 to 5 / 5:30 to 7 / & 7:30 to 9) Monday to Friday and (10 to11:30 / 12 to 1:30 / 2 to 3:30) on Saturday. Students' ages will range from about 10 to 16 years old. Their abilities range from starter to advanced. There are no split shifts and no traveling needed to get to work. If this is something that interest you then please e-mail a copy of your resume and passport details to [email protected] You'll need to do a little research on living in Malaysia before sending your details. We're interested in sincere people who want decent working/living conditions while having the opportunity to teach. We hold our teachers to high standard of excellence which in turn translates into quality tuition that the parents are demanding for their children. Thus, if you're willing to make this kind of commitment, then I'll be more than happy to answer whatever questions you might have. Closing date for applications: 15 March. NB: 1. YOU MUST BE AVAILABLE FOR 1 APRIL 2005 2. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES DO WE PROVIDE AIRFARE. Ian Thomas [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 unit is very important unit which specifically addresses how to teach effectively in business setting both individuals which means one-on-one and teaching groups of students in different scenarios. It focuses on the roles of teachers and learners including methodologies and suggested teaching activities and strategies.it shows different considerations in teaching adults and ways of organizing our groups in the classroom.I learned from this unit that establishing a good rapport with students is the first key to success. This does not entail trying to be their friend, but rather, using clear methods for creating a relaxed and controlled atmosphere for learning. Controlling large classrooms may present a problem in the future, but one must know how to discipline their students without being too harsh, and following the school's code of conduct.