Post teaching English in China

Date posted:2002-09-27 | Writer: Century college | Email: [email protected]

We are looking for responsible, creative and energetic ESL teachers to teach in China all year round. If you are an ESL teacher or planning to join the profession, we offer you a great overseas job opportunity. Century College also offers TEFL program for potential teachers.

What we need from you:
1. Your commitment
2. Your positive attitute
3. Responsibility
4. Punctuality
5. Others

What we provide you:
1. 5000-8000RMB per month based on NOT more than 25 hours of teaching per week
2. Free accommodation
3. Medical Insurance
4. One way ticket reimburse after 6-month and return ticket upon completion of a one-year contract
5. Others

If you are interested in our offers, please send us the following document either by fax or e-mail.
1. Your resume in MS Word format
2. Degree/diploma/certificate copy
3. 2 recommendation letters
4. Your passport copy

Please also let us know when is the earliest time for you to start.

** If you are interested in working in Taiwan, please feel free to send us your document, too.

** If you are a qualified Early Childhood Educator and are able to work for our preschool program in China, we will arrange you a great job with decent pay.

Thank you and we look forward to working with you soon!

Contact info:

Attn: Ms. Esther Lin
Tel: 1-604-731-8869
Fax: 1-604-731-8830
E-mail: [email protected]
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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.


There is wide variaty of resources and materials available for teachers to use in a classroom such as dvd's, videos, projectors, black/white boards etc. as well as online resources specifically designed for teachers as provided in this course through various links. It is important to be able to use these tools effectively. When using a resource, you should incorporate it in to the lesson plan, don't just show a video for the sake of it.I have learned the proper names and subsequent descriptions for parts of speech that i took for granted as a native speaker. This will help me to explain these terms to my students more comprehensively in the future and plan appropriate activities to aid their learning. I have had difficulty in the past explaining why certain grammatical terms cannot be used in my students compositions but i feel more confident now about explaining why.