Teach TEFL in Indonesia

Date posted:2003-08-20 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected]

If you answered yes to the questions above, then it is time for you to submit your resume for consideration with EF English First. English First is a world leader in language learning and we currently have over 120 schools world wide! Under the umbrella of EF Education, over 3 million people have traveled and learned a language with us.

Currently we are looking to fill a need in China where we have 48 schools throughout the country and still growing! We offer competitive local salaries, round-trip airfare, paid health insurance, and accommodations. All our schools are modern and well equipped with computer assisted language learning centers, free internet access and our own curriculum.

If you are a native English speaker with a BA, a TEFL certificate and/or one or more years of experience teaching EFL abroad please send your resume to [email protected] for further review.

Openings in INDONESIA as well, must have TEFL, contracts vary from those in China. Please send resume to [email protected] for more information.

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.


Let me start by saying, the first video illustrated a ineffective teacher. It would have been funny had it not been for the look on the student' faces. I enjoyed the teacher in the second the moment he began. A teacher's attitude makes a world of difference in the performance of the students as seen in video 2. The lesson flowed from one phase to the next effortlessly. Being prepared and solid planning made the lesson very effective.In this Unit i find very interesting the use of games during the teaching process of skills. To choose games that are suitable to the level of your students will make the learning of the language fun and less stress for our students.Games are fun and interesting ways to catch the attention of students and get them interested in the lesson, and a way to encourage them to practice and speak the learning language when they are playing.