Teaching English in China: TV Teacher

Date posted:2018-02-07 | Writer: TEFL Recruits | Email: [email protected]

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TV Teacher

Teach English literature in the company’s Beijing studios. Your classes will be filmed and streamed to over 1,000 students in classrooms around China.


•             $5,000 to $10,000 USD or 31,500 RMB 62,900 RMB per month

•             Z visa

•             End of year bonus,

•             Paid holidays

•             Corporate training.


•             American or Canadian passport

•             Bachelor's degree or above (preferably in Education or English but not necessary) from a top 30 US university

•             TEFL certificate or Bachelor’s in Education

•             US teaching experience preferred

•             Acting experience would be helpful for the interview


Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading.

•             CV

•             Scanned or photo copy of your Bachelor’s degree or above

•             TEFL Certificate

•             Copy or photo of the first page of your passport


WeChat: DKMont

Skype: danielmontague2

Facebook: @TEFL Recruits       

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 unit was about being prepared by way of a lesson play. It demonstrated how to do an ESA lesson about animals and was quite involved. It gave learning objectives, teacher objectives and evaluation of the class which was very valuable to a teacher. It highlighted the need to have a back up plan and that not all teachers will use the same format depending mostly on their experience.This unit is about understanding English grammar. It goes through different parts of speech and illustrates how they are correctly used in a sentence. What I ultimately learned from this lesson is that English grammar is complex and can be difficult to comprehend for non-English speakers. It is important for teachers to use different teaching methods to help with language acquisition.

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