Enthusiastic teacher wanted to teach EFL in Beijing, China

Date posted:2002-10-01 | Writer: CEC Network | Email: [email protected]


 

Teach English in Beijing, China

1.Position:
-English Teacher for Middle School (a top vocational school in Beijing)
-Qualifications: University degree and TEFL certificate
-The students are 14-17 years old, at a lower intermediate level and above

2.Job Hours: 5 days/ week (Monday � Friday)

3.Employment Duration: November 1, 2002 to end-July 2003

4.Salary: RMB 5, 000 (CAD $1000) / month

5.Accommodation: Partly furnished apartment

6. Air Passage:
Economy air passage from point of origin to Beijing is provided. The teacher will have to purchase their own ticket and will be reimbursed upon successful completion of the contract.

8. Insurance: Medical Insurance provided

9. Public Holidays:
There will be 6 public holidays during the contract period that you will be entitled to.

10.Vacation:
You will be entitled to a 3-week vacation, to be taken around January or February.

11.Visa: Work visa will be arranged

13.Note:
Cost of living is relatively cheap in China. Salary will more than cover living expenses. For Example: Groceries 375RMB /month (CAD $70)

CONTACT:
Sarah Rowe or Nicola Ruff
CEC Network
TEL: 416-869-0541
FAX: 416-869-1696
Website: Contact us
E-mail: [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.

 

This unit gives an overview of the course for teaching English to Young Learners. It covers the course content, how the course works together with its aims and objectives, discusses the definition of a young learner, the meaning of acronyms related to teaching English, and prospects for teachers. I'm looking forward to the course and learning more about teaching young learners with strategies and ideas for making my teaching effective.It is confusing indeed when I studied about these tenses, so I believe it will be to the future students who is learing English as of foreign language. But not like of Korean (or perhaps other many Asian language), using these tenses speaker can deliver various meaning. This unit is about 'what kind of time relevant meaning' can be hidden with these past tenses. So I believe now I am aware to what to be delivered to my future students.


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