Position Teaching EFL in China

Date posted:2010-10-10 | Writer: Annie Zhao | Email: [email protected]

Our school is located in the beautiful city of Luzhou, with the Yangtze and Tuojing Rivers running through it. Since it was founded in 1940 it's always been one of the best public key middle schools in Sichuan Province. In order to improve our students spoken English level, we’ve been hiring TEFL qualified foreign English teachers since 2000. Our students are in Senior Grade 1 and Senior Grade 2, and are about 15-17 years old. The focus of the work is in conversational English with a workload of about 21 hours per week from Monday to Friday. We are looking for teachers who are able to commit through to the end of June 2011.

1, English native speakers will be preferred,

2, With a Bachelor Degree or TEFL / TESOL or equal certificate;

3, If you have the teaching experience that will be preferred,

4, Couple will be preferred

5, 23-55 years old


*Salary: 7000RMB

* Paid winter vacation around 40 days.

*Paid all Chinese Public holidays

*Free apartment with well furnished and equipped ( TV, refrigerator, A/C, washing machine and telephone)

*Western style toilet;

*Free gas, water, electricity

*A PC in your bedroom with internet access free     

*Accidental and Medical Insurance                                                               

* Airticket reimbursement: 5000RMB-7000RMB depends on the teacher's teaching skill.

*Legal working visa

If you consider yourself an accredited candidate and satisfy with our offer, please contact us at the email address given on the job heading - (attached with your C.V., copy of your passport, your certificate and a recent picture).

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 has been the most difficult unit for me during this course so far. I have learnt the phonetic alphabet is a helpful tool once you know how to use it. I now understand why dictionaries always have the words written phonetically, this is especially important for people whose first language is not English. I have learnt I will need to spend more time to familiarise myself with the phonetic alphabet.This section was a bit more difficult than Unit 1 (as expected through progression). Numbers 22 & 23 were a bit unclear and not described in detail in this Unit. I had to look at other sources available to find accurate information to form my guess for these two questions. Therefore, that contributed to my learning, but they are still \"guesses\" and not concrete answers as opposed to the other questions.