University in China Needs EFL Teachers

Date posted:2014-06-12 | Writer: Findworkabroad | Email: [email protected]

A university in Guangzhou is looking for an EFL teacher to join their professional team in September. The teaching location is in the University town, Panyu District. The school is looking for English native level speakers with BA, TEFL, and related teaching experience. Female teachers preferred.

The school is looking for a teacher who is holding a working visa now, and the school will renew the work visa. The school owns two campuses, the teaching location is in the new campus in University Town, Panyu district. A well furnished apartment will be offered, but the apartment is in the Guangzhou Downtown. You can catch the school bus to the campus, about a one hour journey.

The salary is 8000rmb or more per month. The working schedule is 17 classes per week, 40 min per class. No office hours. Weekends off. After one year contract, you can get 9000rmb contract allowance.

Contact us at the email address given on the job heading for full details.

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 taught me about basic rules and usage of modal auxiliary verbs, passive voices and its comparison to active voice and different tenses of passive voice, relative clauses and various categories of clauses, as well as the three types of phrasal verbs. It went in depth on how to form different kinds of sentences and how to change the formation of sentences while keeping the same meaning.This unit talked about the use of coursebooks and lesson materials. I strongly agree that a teacher should not abide strictly by a coursebook but should be flexible enough to adapt to other styles if needed. Especially when new information is updated. Additionally, authentic materials will help students get a first-hand look at what native English speakers themselves use in their everyday life.