TEFL in Guangxi, China

Date posted:2005-03-22 | Writer: Webster Education | Email: [email protected]


Reliable, energetic and hardworking teachers wanted for a private language institute in southern China.

WEI is Guangxi's leading provider of foreign language training, and currently has schools in two locations. One is in the provincial capital Nanning, host to last year's ASEAN expo, and the other is in Liuzhou, the 'Dragon City', famed for its breathtaking karst mountain scenery.

We teach a variety of courses at our institutes, including general English, IELTS preparation, BEC(Business English Certificate) preparation and young learners (11-16). Our students are predominantly adults, and some teenagers. We use both foreign and domestic materials, such as 'Cutting Edge' and 'New Headway'. Most teaching is done in our schools, although we occassionally require our teachers to go to companies to teach. Contact hours - 25 per week, with at least a day and a half off each week.

We are currently seeking a 4 teachers to work at our Liuzhou school. Two on a short-term 2 month contract during July and August, and two on a full-time one year contract starting in June/July 2005.

Compensation package includes:

1) Return airfare.

2) Accomodation, visa and health insurance.

3) Chinese lessons.

4) Generous local salary, dependent on experience and qualifications(4500 - 6000 RMB per month)

5) Paid holiday.

6) Help with setting up(opening bank accounts etc).

Qualifications:

1) University degree and recognised TEFL qualification.

2) Teaching experience preffered but not essential.

3) Native speaker or non-native speaker with IELTS score of at least 7.

If you are interested in this exciting challenge, please send a CV including cover letter to us at webstered[email protected] or visit our website Contact us.

Niall Bench

Director of Studies - WEI Nanning

 

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 lesson was more difficult than the previous units I have taken. The material is clear, but I had trouble with the forms, especially in the question and negative forms. This made it difficult for me to complete the task sheet and understand the material for the test. I understand that not every example can be displayed in this lesson, therefore I feel that the information will sink in further with practice and repetition.this unit is Similar to the previous unit, but comprehensive and needed as a complimentary corollary to the preceding chapter. Conversely, it focused on the two productive skills and breaks it down in a way that a layman (like me) can easily understand. I also like this unit integrates ESA methodology, which continuously cements and smoothens my knowledge on how it can be integrated into different class settings and subjects.


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