Teach EFL From Home in Canada

Date posted:2017-06-08 | Writer: ABC Education Group | Email: [email protected]

ABC English Online is an innovation program based at ABC Education Group. With a history of almost 20 years, ABC Education Group has been aiming to help Chinese students to improve their English language capacities and help them to build up their confidence and make changes in their lives. Focusing on EFL teaching, we have accumulated so much teaching experience and resources during the past years, what we value most is to help the students to be better at English. We are looking for TEFL qualified teachers who are self-motivated and passionate and can create an impressive and inspiring class for our students. Native level English speaker preferred. Current locations: Canada and United States

Our Class Type:

● 1-on-1 online English class with intensive content

● 1-on-6 Adults/Kids Group classes

● 1-on many Lecture

● 30-minute/45-minute/60-minute per session


Here are our basic requirements:

● Minimum 1 year of teaching experience

● Bachelor's degree or above

● TEFL or TESOL certification preferred

● Idiomatic Level of English Speaking

● Professional, patient, and enthusiastic about teaching

● Tech Requirements: Desktop or Laptop with at least 25M wired Internet connection and audio/video capability


Hourly Rate: $20.00 - 25.00 at most in total

Salary Information: Monthly payment with bonus and compensation.

● Referral incentives

● Performance-based incentives including demo bonus every month

● Annual bonus


Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

ABC Education Group

3F, Tower B, Haidian Culture & Art Bldg.,

No.28 Zhongguancun St.,

Beijing 100086


Phone: +86-010-51905895  


Phone: +35-699 638 257

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.


The unit went over four present tenses: present simple, present continuous, present perfect and present perfect continuous. The unit helped me acquire a better understanding of when to use each present tense. Before the unit, I especially had trouble explaining when to use the present prefect tense and the present perfect continuous. Now I am more confident as to when to use each tense.I've been in the field of teaching for many years and we are not actually responsible for the designing of the syllabus. But now, with the presentation on the unit, I really learned a lot. From the different types of tests with certain, syllabus design. needs analysis, Common European Framework scales, level descriptions, a sample of the syllabus, CYLE three levels and course evaluation

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