TEFL in Asia

Date posted:2007-02-21 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]


EF English First, a network of 200 language schools, is recruiting teachers and academic managers to take up posts in China, Indonesia and Saudi Arabia.
All positions with EF English First offer a competitive local salary, accommodation, flights and health insurance tailor-made for language teachers living and working abroad for extended periods of time.

EFL teachers in EF English First schools gain valuable skills in teaching children, teenagers and adults. Specialised classes in both Business and Academic English may be available depending on location. With excellent teacher support and development, this is the ideal company for career minded TEFL teachers.

EF English First encourages transfer and/or promotion within its network of 200 language schools in 16 countries or within the parent company EF Education Ltd.

If you are interested in taking advantage of these excellent working conditions and joining one of the most dynamic companies in ELT, please register your details via our Online Recruitment Centre at Contact us

Natasha Overy is available for contact via email should you have any technical problems or queries during your application. [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.

 

Teaching a new language while using the theory methods that are the most suitable for a class. Teaching new vocabulary while using material and choosing the proper vocabulary that would be of best use for group. Making a class interact with exercise and game. For the Grammar finding the best way to introduce the forms and set of rules so the student can learn to use them on the daily basis. while comprehending them.In this unit, I learned about conditionals and reported versus direct speech. I learned about the five forms (and their different usages) of conditionals: the zero conditional, the first conditional, the second conditional, the third conditional, and mixed conditionals. When learning about how to report speech, I learned how tenses \"backshift\" when you report them, as compared to the original, active speech tense.

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