TEFL in Dongying City, China

Date posted:2007-01-10 | Writer: American ESL Centre | Email: [email protected]

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We have several teaching positions in the coastal city of Dongying that require an immediate start. Situated close to extremely-popular and beautiful city of Qingdao, Dongying, provides a great stepping stone to some of the most picturesque areas of coastal China!

As stated above, this is an ASAP start! And provides the following package:
Salary is 6600 RMB per month.
Approximately 18 classes a week.
Airfare reimbursed at end of contract

A degree is required for this position. Degree holders possessing a TESOL or equivalent certification will be given preference.

PLEASE NOTE: When replying to our advertisement, you MUST provide the following documentation:
A contact telephone number
Your photo
Copy of degree and TESOL or equivalent (if applicable),
A copy of your passport!!

Please attach these to your reply letter. Those who can be contacted by phone and who attach the above requested information will be given selection preference!!!

Also, when replying please also indicate your current location *in China, UK, US, NZ, etc..) and please, please, please, provide us with a contact phone number! Those who provide a contact number almost always get the job!

As already stated, this contract requires urgent placement, and offers terms of either 6months or 1 year.

Regards and good luck,

ESL Team
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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.


In this unit, I learned the importance of a teachers attitude in the classroom and how it can affect a student's ability to learn effectively. In the first lesson, the teacher was firm, impatient, and scowling. As a result, the students were reluctant to participate in the lesson. In the second video, he was engaging, patient, attentive and \"fun\". As a result of his behavioral change, the students were more vocal.I learned that past tense like present tense can be hard if not explained well. Past tense also has four components like past simple, past continuous, past perfect, and past perfect continuous. Each past tense has their own structure and rules that I need to learn and be familiar with. I also need to be aware of the common mistakes that students will make if they don’t understand the structure of each sentence.