Immediate Openings For EFL Teachers in Hong Kong

Date posted:2017-11-23 | Writer: American English Workshop | Email: [email protected]

American English Workshop is seeking qualified Native English Teachers (NET) to work in Hong Kong. Positions are immediately available. We hire teachers all year round so apply now to join us in making an adventure out of life.

Teachers have the opportunity to teach children aged 3 to 9 in a casual playgroup setting or do home tutoring with children and adults.

REQUIREMENTS:

- You must be a native English speaker — if English is not your first language, your CV will not be considered

- You must hold a passport from a native English speaking country

- You must have TEFL/TESOL/CELTA certification (we can help you get this if needed)

- You must be good with children

- You must be willing to commit to a 1 year contract

- You must have a bachelor’s degree or above (Unless you qualify for holiday work visa)

COMPENSATION PACKAGE:

- $19,000-$21,000 HKD/month .

HOW TO APPLY:

To apply please submit your resume and photo to the email address given on the job heading.  

Resumes without a full CV and PHOTO will not be considered.

Successful applicants will be contacted for a Skype interview immediately after their resume has been reviewed.      

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.

 

There are several ways to assess a student's language level: tutorials, evaluations by students and tests. Tutorials can be with individuals or groups and should be the last ten minutes of the lesson. Evaluations by the students can promote genuine interactions and care for the progress. And of course it is important to have tests at different levels to judge the level students are at.The phonemic symbols are definitely something I'd like to add to my classes so student's are aware of how words sound like. I've found that asians have trouble with the letters r,f,k,l,p and s but with the right positioning of the toungue and lips, I have had a good outcome. I wasn't aware of the manner and place of articulation the chart on the lesson is great help to classify sounds.


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