TEFL in Yangon, Myanmar

Date posted:2006-01-30 | Writer: Horizon School | Email: [email protected]


1. Pre-School & Kindergarten Teachers (3)
2. English Language Teachers (3)

to work and live in Yangon, Myanmar.

March-May period is usually the Summer break for many schools. On the other hand, it's our time to offer Summer School to those who want to polish their English language. It is also an important time for teaching applicants to show their teaching talents should they consider further employment here with us.

Briefly,

a teaching job in one of our branches in Yangon or in our branch in Mandalay


for 9 weeks during our Summer School program

accommodation provided

only half-a-day work for 5 days

further employment opportunity

motivated kids, friendly and casual atmosphere

small class size (no more than 20 students a class)

int'l working environment with staff from several countries

from March 6 up to May 5

Please apply if you are:

a university graduate of the relevant or any related field

a person with genuine enthusiasm and passion for teachingÂ

an experienced teacher (or an extremely self-confident non-experienced one)

excellent in personal conduct, appearance, professionalism and mannerism

a native speaker of English (advanced non-native speakers accepted)

able to move to Myanmar by March 3

free and willing to stay further in Myanmar for a long-term contract

To be considered, please send:

A cover letter

An updated CV

2 reference letters from your previous employers

A recent photograph

Please send your application package to: [email protected]Â Â Â

Murat Kucukdugenci

Principal at HIEC

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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 modals, phrasal verbs, and passive voice. These are more difficult areas of English grammar and I think it's hard for English language learners to master. This section does a great job of explaining the differences between these to help us teach to our students in a comprehensible way. There are also great ideas for some activities that we can use in our classrooms provided to practice the passive voice.In this unit there were introduced essential parts of teaching new Language, such as grammar, vocabulary and its functions. Also there were pointed out important factors that influence successful productive vocabulary acquisition, and criteria that has to considered when choosing the vocabulary for teaching. Also there are things that the students need to know about vocabulary as well as grammar structures and functions.


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