Teach Young Learners EFL in Indonesia (2)

Date posted:2016-08-08 | Writer: Bukit Sunrise School | Email: [email protected]

Bukit Sunrise School compromises of a Kindergarten and Primary School located in Bali, Indonesia. We currently have a full-time opening for a Primary School English teacher. We envision creating a learning environment where each child could flourish in his/ her own way. Hence, we seek individuals who are passionate in teaching, hardworking, creative, team players and knowledgeable to join us.

Terms of Employment:

• Contract terms: 12 months renewable contract

• Medical insurance coverage

• Accommodation assistance

• Work permit coverage

• Salary based on qualifications and experience


• Native level English speaker

• Min Bachelor Degree; preferably in English Education/ English/ English Literature/ Communication in English • TEFL/ TESOL/ TESL/CELTA qualifications

• Min 3 years formal teaching experience

Job Descriptions:

• Teach English classes for Primary School classes

• Administer test, assessments, exams, reporting, etc

To Apply:

Qualified candidates are requested to submit a cover letter, comprehensive resume, references and evidence of qualifications to the email address given on the job heading.





TEL: 0361-8953228



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 covered receptive skills, such as reading and listening. It defined them and then gave examples of how to teach them to students using the ESA straight arrow approach. It went over the importance of making sure the teacher is promoting understanding and comprehension, not just checking for it. I learned how to put together a lesson that is both engaging and fun for the students.One of the things that is standing out to me during the grammar lessons is that, even though it is easy to use these as a native speaker, without maybe even knowing their definitions, it can be confusing for a non-native language learner. The teacher should be patient when trying to explain the different tenses and how they are formed, realizing that the information could be overwhelming.