TEFL in Zhuhai, China

Date posted:2008-03-11 | Writer: Gateway Language Village | Email: [email protected]

Full time English teaching positions. We teach all adults in a total immersion English environment.

Requirements Suitable applicants will have a TESOL certificate (or equivalent), a bachelor’s degree (in any field), be over 21 years of age and have working experience.

Teacher ContractLength of contract is 3 years. Although this may be broken at any time with a written 30 days notice. The first 6 months are a probationary period.

Teacher BonusAt the end of one year you will receive a bonus of 150% of your base salary. You will also receive 1200 RMB housing allowance on top of your salary.Qualifications Needed: TESOL + DegreeCity Location: Zhuhai or Hangzhou Salary: 5100 RMB a month Hours per week: 18 hours contactAdditional Incentives:- Bonus 150% of your salary each year - 1200RMB housing allowance

I will be happy to provide additional information of any type. Simply email [email protected] to find out how to apply for this position.

Hangzhou , located in northern Zhejiang province, eastern China , south of Yangzi river delta, at the southern end of the Grand Canal of China, is the transportation center of the Yangzi river delta. Hangzhou belongs to the subtropical Zone . It has plentiful sunshine and abundant rainfall the whole year with an annual average temperature of 16.2 degrees Centigrade, average summer temperature of 28.6 degrees Centigrade , annual rainfall of 1435 millimeters, average relative humidity of 7 6 pen sent damp .

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 focussed on pronunciation and phonetic of the english language. The breakdown of both words and sentences into sylabols and sounds is at the root of this unit, as well as the stress put on any given word or sylabol and why. Understanding these specifics in a person's own native tongue can be both challenging and foreign because it is something that occurs naturally when learning a language as a child.By going through this unit I am now able to better distinguish between each of the tenses and have a better feel for how the sentences are structured and used. I feel that I can better explain these differences and am more comfortable with simple, present, and continuous. This is one of the tougher units and topics, therefore mastering these topics and continuing to practice these grammer rules is very important.