TEFL in Huizhou City, China

Date posted:2005-04-04 | Writer: China Connection Education Service | Email: [email protected]

Details of the position is viewable Contact us.

If you are interested in the position, please send us your detailed resume with diploma, reference letters, recent color photo and passport page. Please complete our application form which is downloadable from our website:- Contact us

We are an offshore intermediary organization (Cert. No 049) approved by the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs of the People's Republic of China for introducing foreign cultural and educational experts to China. We operate a language school in Hong Kong, providing language training to learners of English and Mandarin in mainland China and Hong Kong and running English/Mandarin winter/summer camps. We also place middle school and university students from Hong Kong and mainland China with overseas educational institutions.

We have built up a professional team to assist you in finding the desired ESL teaching job in locations of your choice, using the close working relationship forged with educational institutions and FAO's throughout China. As a government recognized organization and an authoritative and reputable organization trusted by the public, we offer the society quality and effective service.

We have a number of ESL positions in various locations in China that we can readily recommend to you. Please view details at Contact us

Our Contact details:
E-mail: [email protected] or [email protected]
Telephone: (852) 25247976

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 was probably the most difficult unit of all so far but I found it more interesting than the rest! I have learned about the importance of word pronunciation and that it should be integrated in a lesson plan because students need to be taught this aspect just as all other aspects of English. This unit has been very educational and made me realised that beneath the language there is something even greater that compounds it.This unit focuses on the past tenses of English language. There is a big distinction between the form, usage and purpose of these different tenses. However, many learners of English are often presented with difficulties of understanding these tenses and how to choose which one is the most appropriate. The teacher should be armed with a number of spoken and oral activities that target the most problematic areas of past tenses.