TEFL Positions in Suzhou, China

Date posted:2017-05-31 | Writer: Suzhou Tadpole English | Email: [email protected]

Tadpole English has specialized in providing English training to Chinese Kids since 2008 and has immediate opportunities for EFL teachers. Currently we have 2 training centers located in Suzhou and Kunshan, and will be opening a third one very soon. It has great reputation among students and parents with its professional teaching and services.


1. Teaching Common core courses in our center from K to G9

2. Providing a certain level of public speaking training

3. Cooperate with Chinese staff to provide student academic assessments

4. Research and Development Projects


Initially, summer camp English Teacher needed in Suzhou & Kunshan.

Working location: Suzhou & Kunshan (1.5 hours driving from Shanghai), China

Working Period: 1July-31July

Working hours: 40 working hours per week, 2 days off between Monday &Thursday.

Students: 5-15 years old

Class size: Maximum10


Bachelor's Degree required, Education and English degree preferred.

Native level English speaker required: UK,USA, CA, AU,IRE, NZ,SA….

TEFL/TESOL certificate holders preferred

Highly responsible team player with hard working ethics

Salary: 12k-17k RMB


Should you be interested in this position or need more information, please contact us by sending an email to the address given on the job heading.


Tadpole English

Kunshan Center

1874, West Qianjing Road,

Kunshan, Suzhou,


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This is an overview to the last certificate of the 220 hour master course. This course will cover business english, how to create syllabi, create lesson plans, include effective and age apropriate material and games. This will help prepare me to better teach people who want to know more about Business english in order to improve their opportunities in the workplace and around the world.This section showed two lessons, one effective, and one ineffective. There were many things the teacher did differently between the lessons that influenced how effective the lessons were. By using visual aids, speaking slowly and clearly, and having an upbeat mood, the teacher was able to engage the students effectively and help them to better understand the subject in the second video.

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