Full time teacher required to teach TEFL in Hong Kong

Date posted:2005-10-11 | Writer: Deborah English Kindergarten | Email: [email protected]

Deborah Kindergarten School is offering students that are undergraduates or wanting to obtain an internship to further enhance their teaching studies. We are also accepting Fresh Graduates. Our schools are known to be loving and caring while educating children at all times. This position entails teaching English to Chinese and international children, helping to decorate classrooms, administrative duties, participation in special activities and the care for children.
***Salary HKD $9000-$10000 per month plus free furnished shared apartment (or additional HKD $2000 housing allowance if housing is not included) with one or two other teachers.
***Working hours are from Monday to Friday from 8:30am-5:00pm plus some Saturdays for special activities such as Interviewing Day with/without Parents and Sports Day. This is based on a one-year contract.

***Such Benefits include:
*Round Trip Airplane ticket
*Private Medical coverage
*Full visa sponsorship
*All school holidays fully paid (about 6-8 weeks per year)
*One day paid sick leave per month
***If you would like to apply please email your CV, passport copy, certificates and a brief letter explaining why you want to work for the kindergarten and what skills and talents you can offer!

Love children
Enthusiastic, kind and reliable
Creative and caring

***Send to emplo[email protected] or fax to (852)-22177920 (Hong Kong)

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.


Authentic materials are real and therefore more interesting and motivating.Students gain confidence when they understand authentic materials.Course books provide a syllabus which is graded to a level suitable for the students.And it attractive and appealing to the eye. For many students compared to the course book,materials created by the teacher are more interesting,more relevant and a welcome change from the course book.Games can be an important part of a classroom experience and provide students with the motivation and energy to learn. Games and activities can either promote accuracy or fluency, both important parts of learning a language. Accuracy games and lessons tend to be more focused on correct vocabulary, spelling, or grammar, whereas fluency-based activities tend to be freer and focus on word acquisition and ease of conversation.