Teach English in Singapore (2)

Date posted:2015-01-13 | Writer: I Can Read | Email: [email protected]

We are seeking qualified and experienced EFL teachers with Bachelor's Degrees who are able to commence work February 9th, 2015 in Singapore. You will be teaching reading and literacy skills to children between the ages of 2.5 and 13.

-Teachers must be degree-qualified native speakers from Australia, New Zealand, Great Britain, Canada, Ireland, Singapore or the U.S.A.

-Monthly salary of $SGD4,500 ($SGD3,500 base salary and $SGD1,000 housing allowance) upon completion of 3-month probation period. During probation the base salary is as above but the housing allowance is $SGD500/month.

-Bonus of $SGD7,000 payable on successful completion of two-year contract.

-Two consecutive weekdays off; all teachers are required to work on Saturdays and Sundays as these are our busiest days. Days off are set and will not change from week to week.

-Airfare reimbursement of up to $SGD1,500 (to cover the cost of initial travel to Singapore) payable upon successful completion of the two-year contract.

-Airport pickup and five days of initial hotel accommodation upon arrival in Singapore.

For more information, please contact: Angela Coan, Recruitment Partner, at the email 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 covered how and what to use to evaluate and assess your students in an English learning environment. Placement tests, diagnostics tests, and external exams are available to use when evaluating scholastic progess. Business english and general english are two areas highly focused on when considering whether or not an English learner will survive in an only English-speaking environment.This unit talks about the characteristics that a good teacher should posses. Patience and understanding to what the students need, focusing not only on the learning needs but also, on other external factors that affects students learning. Teaching should not always be \"teacher-centered\". Effective teaching should motivate the students' interaction in class that will result to more learning.