TEFL in Jinzhou, China

Date posted:2003-10-15 | Writer: English First, Jinzhou, China | Email: [email protected]

English First, Jinzhou, China

Tel: 86 416 2138888

Direct: 86 416 2149031

Contact: Wayne Duplessis, Director of Studies

Requirements: CELTA or TEFL certificate ... which must have involved 120 course

hours and real teaching practice on-site. Teachers must be native English

speakers. Teachers should have some experience in the classroom or in a

training/coaching environment, and a good part of that experience should

be with children. EF Jinzhou offers children's programs, teenage programs,

general English programs, academic English and Business English.


Reimbursement and benefits:

One year contract

5, 500 RMB per month

Round trip airfare

Medical paid

Paid holiday

Visas arranged and paid

Shared Accommodation provided


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 exposed the 8 parts of speech including nouns, pronouns, adjectives, adverbs, verbs, articles, prepositions and conjunctions. It also talked about harder topics like gerunds and infinitives, which are nouns \"disguised as verbs.\" I learned about the terms \"indefinite\" and \"definite\" articles. I knew them but I didn't know they were divided that way. I also learned that students confuse subject and object pronouns.This unit discussed the different kinds of conditional speech that exist within the English language. It also talked about the difference between direct and indirect speech, and the specific rules to use when changing direct speech into indirect speech. The unit also gave some excellent examples for how to teach these difficult concepts to students in a classroom, such as role playing and completing unfinished conditional sentences.