TEFL in Yanji, China

Date posted:2006-10-26 | Writer: Paul\'s English | Email: [email protected]


Paul's English, in Yanji city, Jilin province of north east China has been growing fast and is in need of NATIVE SPEAKERS who are reliable, responsible and love teaching. We offer a competitive salary between 4, 500 and 6, 000 RMB, depending on experience, with over-time pay @ 80 RMB p/hr, plane ticket/ bonus after 6 months of $500. that increases to $1, 000. USD upon completion of a 1 year contract. Furnished apartment is provided if shared and is stipend if you prefer to live alone. The working conditions are excellent, salary is paid in-full and on time, we have a very supportive staff and, perhaps most importantly, administration that is honest and direct. They mean what they say and say what they mean.

Yanji is located in the YanBian Autonomous Zone where there is a wonderful mix of cultures and food. The population of about 400, 000 (small by Chinese standards) is approx. 50/50 Chinese and Korean with many Russian students and tourists. The air is clean, cost of living is low and the people are friendly. We are 30 miles from the North Korean border and 90 minutes from the Russian border. It is a great place to travel from and has its own airport.

When calling from out of China, please include the country code of (86) then the numbers below. If calling from China outside of Yanji city using a mobile phone dial direct as the numbers appear below. If from a land line phone, add a 0 before the numbers.

Call:
Barry- 299-7911
[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 unit was a wrap up of all the important aspects of teaching business English. This included the correct information to include in a resume or CV. What type of questions to ask a potential employer. This unit also include suggestions on the dos and don'ts of interview questions. This was a excellent course on Business English and I hope to incorporate the many useful items of information in my teaching careerUnit 2 Reviews the four main theories of learning and behavior. Constructive, Maturationists, Environmentalists and Others. Also covered are the differences in the L1 and L2 and how to use learning methods we use learning L1 to learn L2 and languages are learned through use (engage and practice). The learning environment was explained and the benefits of each. The teacher's roles in the class are categorized clearly.

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