Immediate Opportunities in China Teaching EFL

Date posted:2018-05-06 | Writer: Time 2 Study | Email: [email protected]

Time 2 Study has openings for 10 teachers in Changchun city, Jilin province, China to teach English 25 hours a week with a high salary and comfortable environment. We can buy you a flight ticket to come (but we deduct the ticket’s price from your salary in 3-4 months).

Benefits include a highly competitive salary: 8,000 to 12,000 cny a month (approximately $1,250 to $2,000 a month) depending on experience and teaching abilities, career growth opportunities, free apartment (up to 1,200 cny a month), flight reimbursement in the end of the contract, work visa (we provide family visa as well to your direct relatives if they come with you; wife / husband / son / daughter), on job training, teacher’s assistant (Chinese-English speaking assistant in class).

The ideal candidate should possess the following: great spoken English, love  teaching and be dedicated to  student outcomes, have an energetic and enthusiastic personality, at least BA ( in any field but pedagogy related is preferred), 2 years of teaching experience (not must), 120 hours TESOL or TEFL certificate.

If you are interested please send your: 1-2 minutes video (self introduction), CV, degree and 2-3 recent photos (please without PS) to the email address given on the job heading.

Wechat: time-to-study

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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.


Just like the present tense and the past tense the conditionals are no different, meaning there are rules and there are exceptions it is one of those things that need to be work on and practice, examples, exercises, videos, games and even music, providing students with different ways and forms to help them understand the techniques, wether is reported speech or any form of the verb.I understand the need for the double negatives, sometimes even triple negatives, in the questions in order to assure my understanding of the English language. But i must say, at times these questions are asked extremely backwards. Other than that it was a very informative lesson over lesson planning. It had a few great tools I can see me carrying forward with me throughout my career.