Native English speaking teacher wanted to teach EFL in China

Date posted:2003-12-03 | Writer: TMC Int\\\'l Holdings Ltd | Email: [email protected]

[Vacancies for Lecturers are available both in Singapore and China (Beijing, Changsha, Fuzhou and Qingdao)]


* Bachelor degree and post-graduate qualifications in TESOL/TEFL
* Two-year equivalent full-time experience in administration of teaching programmes
* Five-year equivalent full-time teaching experience in English Language programmes (TESOL/TEFL)
* Experience in IELTS testing and preparation
* Knowledge of and experience in preparation for TOEFL is desirable
* Ability and willingness to assume managerial responsibilities, course review / development and administrative duties
* Strong leadership, interpersonal and lecturing skills
* Native speaker of English
* Able to commit for at least one year
* Willing to relocate

Those with Bachelor Degree in Education (major in English Language) & TEFL / TESOL qualifications and two-year equivalent full-time teaching experience may be considered for the Lecturer position.

Interested applicants are invited to write/email/fax in a formal application letter and detailed resume with expected and current salaries and a non-returnable photograph to:

TMC Educational Group
The Human Resource Department
111 North Bridge Road
#17-06 Peninsula Plaza
Singapore 179098
Fax: 65-6337 0966
E-mail: [email protected]
Website : Contact us
(Only shortlisted applicants will be notified)

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 will admit, it was almost impossible for me to watch the first video. The guy was horrid. Even though this was a video and the students probably knew what was going on, I still felt bad for them. However, in the second video, everything changed. The teacher effectively encouraged interaction and participation with the students. He was friendly and a very good teacher. This helped me understand what was best when teaching students.Unit 8 focuses on the future tenses and the 7 sub tenses within it. It gives a brief overview of future simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous tenses. It also talks about the 'be going' tense as well as how the present simple and continuous tenses can be used to talk about subjects in the future. For each it goes over it's grammatical form, usages, common mistakes and suggestions for teaching during the different phases.