TEFL Job in China (3)

Date posted:2016-11-01 | Writer: Elan School | Email: [email protected]

Elan schools are English learning centers that provide international enrichment programs for Chinese K-G6 local and international students with regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. Our programs are designed to improve students’ language skills, thinking skills, problem solving abilities and knowledge of global culture. Elan offers guided independent reading programs to students between the ages of 5-12. We promote independence with our extensive library program consisting of over 5,000 audio books and regular books, and complement this behavior with specialized literature and writing classes. Our programs help students to become independent English readers and master English as a lifetime language skill, enabling them to enter the best high schools and universities later in the USA and elsewhere.


•             Free Chinese class

•             Renewable contract with a 12000-19000 CNY/month, depends on qualification

•             11 days full paid holiday

•             3 days full paid sick leave

•             Up to 8,000 CNY travel allowance

•             Bonus

•             Medical insurance

•             Working visa and working permit

•             Orientation


•             Bachelor's Degree or above

•             Native level English speaker, preferably TEFL/TESOL certified

•             Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities at secondary level

•             An interest in living and working in a different culture


Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

•             Resume

•             University graduation diploma, with TEFL/TESOL certificate

•             Copy of passport first page

•             Recommendation letter

Contact: Vira Li

Telephone: 86(010)53354170

Skype: [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.


I learned the differences of the different types of present tenses. I learned about the present simple, present perfect, present continuous, and perfect continuous. I've also learned the negative form of these tenses. I've also learned the common mistakes made when using these tenses and how to correct them. Another important thing I've learned is how to turn these tenses into questions.This unit covered lesson planning. I found the unit to be very practical and helpful because it is more effective for the teacher to go in with a plan instead of standing in front of a classroom of expectant students and just hope that the objective will somehow be achieved. Also, the actual practice in putting lessons together is invaluable because it prepares us to be in the classroom.