TEFL Job in The Philippines

Date posted:2009-08-13 | Writer: Lapu Lapu language School | Email: [email protected]

New school with a difference! We are now seeking qualified, experienced native speakering (Canadian, American, British, Australian) TEFL instructors. You will teach 1:1 and small group classes on Mactan Island in Cebu, beginning approx. September 7. These positions are open primarily to those already living in the Philippines or who have easy access as no relocation allowance is provided. Salary is php50K per month, with small additional transportation allowance and free lunch daily. One week paid vacation after 6 month contract; 2 additional weeks after 12 months.  We are located in a first class facility shared with an international film school and fashion studios overlooking the ocean.


An education background is desirable and 1 to 2 years actual teaching experience. A youthful, enthusiastic attitude and strong interpersonal skills are essential.


Cost of living in the Cebu area is quite low, with many amenities and nearby attractions. If you genuinely enjoy working primarily with adults and helping them achieve their goals this could be just right for the next year or two -or longer.


Instructions: Contact us via the e-mail address given on the job heading.  (1) Submit cv with (2) a short letter explaining why you would like this position. (3) Include a recent photo. Applications omitting any of the above will not be considered, nor will interviews will be granted in advance of submission.

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 was a hard unit. I learned about phonetics, the phonetic alphabet and importance of pronunciation. I learned how to teach and whats important to teach. I like the phonetic chart I found on my iPad and it will help in teaching in the future. I learned about parts of the mouth and which areas that sounds are made. I feel prepared to teach this but may need to review and be careful in selecting activities.This unit was helpful because it reminds the user that they have many options when it comes to teaching tools. A course book can be very helpful but is not necessarily the only option for the classroom. It seems that a combination of authentic material, created material, and a course book would be optimal in the classroom. This would provide the students with a non-mundane atmosphere and is less predictable.


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