Full-Time EFL Teachers Needed For Young Learners in Korea

Date posted:2018-03-12 | Writer: Maple Bear Pyeongchon | Email: [email protected]

Maple Bear is an immersion school that teaches students through hands-on, play based learning. At Maple Bear Global Schools we believe that nothing is more important than the education of our children. The Maple Bear mission is to deliver a student-focused learning system in a safe, secure and stimulating environment that prepares students for success at the post-secondary level and that instills a passion for life-long learning.

We are looking for energetic and resourceful full-time EFL teachers for an open teaching position that begins this April. We have a great staff of native English teachers with Korean partner teachers to assist and team-teach. We are in Anyang, 45 minutes from downtown Seoul. We teach kindergarten and elementary children Monday to Friday, 30 teaching hours per week. Optional overtime if desired. Experience, TEFL certification and Education Degree is preferred.


• 2.3-2.5 million Won per month salary depending on experience and educational background

• One-way Airfare (for teachers coming from overseas)

• National Health Coverage

• National Pension Plan

• Severance Pay upon completion of one–year contract

• Partly Furnished Housing

• Paid holidays and 2 weeks vacation


If you are interested in applying for the position, please send your resume, cover letter, and recent photo(s) to the email address given on the job heading.

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.


It is always complicated choose an appropriate book for the particular group of students. That is why using authentic and creative material is a good way. Using authentic matirial is better for students with higher level of English. Creative material is good for every level? as the teacher can vary and prepare material for the group taking into consideration student's level and needs.This unit provides a brief overview of the two receptive styles, listening and reading. Although different, both styles must be taught similarly, in that material must be carefully selected to fit students' interests and skill levels. Difficult vocabulary and expressions should be taught beforehand. The unit also provides examples of how such a lesson could fit into the ESA framework.