Employment teaching EFL in Ulaanbaatar, China

Date posted:2006-07-24 | Writer: Santis | Email: [email protected]

Native ESL teachers wanted immediately by Mongolia's most prestigious ESL School

Santis is Mongolia's premier English language school offering an extensive range of professional courses for students. We serve both the local and International communities with their ESL requirements. Established in 1999, located in Ulaanbaatar, SES is a joint venture company affiliated with the the Santis Corporation in Washington DC, USA, which operates as the Inlingua Language Service Centers. Santis reflects the same programs and high standards as the Inlingua Centers do.

We are currently seeking dedicated professionals qualified to teach mostly adults and children.

Compensation and Benefits:

* Competitive salary * Annual bonus * Fully furnished housing within walking distance to work * Local health insurance * 10 days paid vacation * Long term Contracts * International Community of Native ESL teachers employed by SES * Modern purpose built Learning environment

Requirements: * To be a Native English speaker * Bachelor̳ Degree or higher, certificate in TESL/TEFL or equivalent * Minimum 2 years teaching experience overseas * To be able to start from September 2006

Applications from recent graduates are also welcome.

Please contact Andrew Orgill email address: [email protected] with ALL the following details attached. 1) Your resume 2) Scanned passport photo page 3) Copy of your certificate or diploma

Successful applicants will be invited to the next stage of the recruitment process

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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.


I have learned from this unit that it is important to get your class involved early on and that using the ESA model of teaching is one of the best models to use. Also, I learned that you want all of your students to speak as much English as possible while limiting the amount of talking done by the teacher. One other important point that was brought up in this unit was making sure you correct the student the proper way.Conditionals and reported speech are difficult topics. I struggle(d) a lot myself and I was unable to find clear and good explanations about conditionals in many English text books for teaching English. Of course, I would have been able to find it online, but I'm glad for the clear explanation provided in this unit. I'm still unsure about the cases in questions 18 and 20, I'm curious about the results of this test. :-)