TEFL in Shijiazhuang, China

Date posted:2008-06-29 | Writer: Jingying Education Group | Email: [email protected]

Jingying Education Group is an independent comprehensive school which has primary school, middle school, senior high school and Tertiary college. It has been a famous school in Shijiazhuang city since its establishment thirteen years ago, and in the past thirteen years our school has been awarded many prizes.
The environment in our school is great, we have a Garden-like campus and well equipped modern teaching facilities The main campus is about 25 acres and there are about 6000 students, more than 1000 teaching staff. Now Our school has been in the top place in the field of private schools in Hebei province.
If you are professional in your outlook, energetic and a team player we would like to receive your application.
We are seeking several Native TEFL teachers who can start in September of 2008: The candidate should have a bachelor degree or above and he/she should have more than two years experience of teaching
Native speaker ESL teachers required for Primary and college level. The applicant for college will give oral English teaching; For Primary School will give oral English or Science teaching in English as well.
Good local salary plus benefits. 4500Yuan RMB as the first three month starting salary, after three month, the salary will be increased if both sides satisfied with each other. Up to 20 teaching hours per week.
Benefits: 10000RMB Yuan Air fair after one year's service.
Free Accommodation
Free utilities
Free medical cover on campus
Free internet access from accommodation
CV plus recent pictures to Jarold at the email address given on the job heading page.

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.

 

Learning about past tenses after learning about present tenses made it much easier to comprehend the material in this unit. It was useful following a similar format as what was used in the present tense unit. The inclusion of the exclusions to the rules are very handy, as it explains there is no way to explain this logically to student but to provide them with examples of the exceptions which are provided in this unit.I think that doing a unit on phonetics is a good thing because most people born after 1980 in English speaking countries do not learn phonetics. Many of the older generations have learned phonetics when they were younger but the younger generations were not introduced to the phonetic way of writing/reading. It is something that may be very helpful to ESL learners if they are having trouble pronouncing different words.

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