Enthusiastic teacher wanted to teach TEFL in Jakarta, Indonesia

Date posted:2005-11-28 | Writer: EF Swara Group Jakarta | Email: [email protected]


Indonesia is one of the most beautiful, fascinating and culturally absorbing nations in the world. As the capital city, Jakarta acts as a gateway to the natural and human treasures found throughout the islands. Jakarta is a busy metropolis, yet it is only 60-90 minutes boat ride to tranquil islands, called Thousand Islands, with beautiful coral world, great places for snorkeling, diving or just relax and do sunbathing.

English First is a world- renewed language institution.
Thousands of teachers in over 40 countries have benefited from the support, facilities and career opportunities that come with being part of such a large and well-established organization.
Our franchise operation has five schools in West, South, and North Jakarta & BSD. All of them are equipped with the latest in teaching aids, materials and educational multi-media technology. For more details of our group of schools, please visit our website : Contact us

As one of the largest group of schools, constantly growing, employing over 40 native speaking teachers, we are continually looking for EFL teachers with a minimum of CELTA, CTEFL or equivalent.
In some cases other qualifications will be considered, depending on the nature and extent of experience.
We now have vacancies for 10 native teachers between January until May 2006.
Nationality preferred: British, American, New Zealander, Australian, Canadian and Irish.
The ideal candidate will be someone who works well in a team, has a positive outlook, likes meeting people, making friends and has the ability to adapt to living in a developing country.

We offer a comprehensive compensation package, including:
-Highly competitive salary allowing a comfortable lifestyle and travel
within Indonesia.
-A return air ticket.
-22 days paid leave.
-Accommodation assistance.
-Medical insurance.
-Incidental medical allowance.
-a renewable one year contract.
-chance to be part of the leadership of a progressive, ambitious and
expanding group of schools, seeking to consolidate a position at
the forefront of English teaching in Indonesia.
For the purpose of our marketing please write the website you find this ads from.
Please send your full CV, a recent photograph and two professional referees to:

Lora Suzana
Recruitment Coordinator
EF Swara Group Jakarta
E-mail : [email protected]
Tlp : +62 - 21 - 5694 2002
Fax : +62 - 21 - 5694 2112
Website : Contact us

We would like to thank all candidates for their interest, but
regret that only those qualified will be contacted. However, all
resumes received will be kept on file for future positions.


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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.


Part tenses can become tricky if you are not careful. For example, looking for past simple regular and irregular form are different. Work can be changed to worked making it past simple regular form, however, catch becomes caught which is the past simple irregular form. I can see how it becomes tricky with the past simple forms. Everyone might want to just ad -ed at the end of a word but that doesn't always work correctly.The difference between the two videos was quite apparent by looking at the students' faces. Even if the sound was off the difference was vivid. The difference in the attitude and presentation of the teacher in the first video and the second video was obviously the key to student participation and their more positive attitude. Regarding this test, it was too subjective. Some questions had two correct answers in my opinion.