TEFL in Tonghua City, China

Date posted:2007-05-15 | Writer: Royal English School | Email: [email protected]

Royal English School is located in a beautiful city---Tonghua city, Jilin province. We are a special school that offers English classes to middle school students, pupils and kids. We do believe that only great teachers can create the best students! All the teachers are so great in our school. Now we need more great teachers to join us.

Who we are looking for:
We are looking for English native speakers from America, Australia, England, Canada, New Zealand and South Africa who has a genuine interest in language teaching.A degree is not required. 

What we can offer:
1) 4500¡ª6000RMB for 88 hours teaching per month after tax.
2) 6 month and 12 month contract.
3) Medical insurance.
4) Round air tickets for the one who sign one year contract.
5) Free furnished apartment with internet connection and cable TV installed, a refrigerator and a washing machine etc.
6) Over time pay.
7) Airport pickup in Changchun, the capital city of Jilin Province.
8) Free Chinese classes.
9) Visa facilitation, we will send you invitation letter and working permit to you to get working visa.
10) Tour subsidy.

Warmly welcome you to come to our school. We can offer not only good salary but also comfortable living conditions. Please feel free to contact us with your resume, resent photo and copy of your passport front page.

Please email us by [email protected]

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 is indeed very tricky and confusing sometimes, but the the key to better understanding of the different kinds and forms of The Past Tenses is to look familiarize keenly each sentence patterns and verbs being used in the sentence. It is also noted that the system and structure of the past tenses is different from those of the present tenses, because obviously past tenses are related to past time periods.In unit 1, I learned about the qualities a good teacher should have, and ways that these qualities present themselves through different roles in the classroom. I also learned what makes a good learner, and the differences between adult learners and young learners, and the different challenges that may arise when teaching each age group. Additionally, I learned about the different levels of English language mastery.