Full time teacher required to teach English in Korea

Date posted:2003-07-15 | Writer: Century College | Email: [email protected]

In Korea: 2 teachers for teaching young children. Â


In China: 2 teachers for DongYing High School, 1 teacher for Taian, Electricity Power School, 1 teacher for Huludao, Others


In Taiwan: 3 ESL teaching positions in Tainan area. Starting from 07/2003. 1 ESL teacher in Pingtung area, starting from 07/2003



Requirements of Teachers

1. Native English speakers from Canada, U.S.A., Australia, Britain, or other countries where English is the first language;
2. A university degree with/without TESL/TESOL certificate or
A college diploma with TESL/TESOL certificate or
Others to be discussed
3. Be punctual and accurate;
4. Organizing and planning skills;
5. Easy-going personality & be able to take challenges;
6. Share common goal in working together to create a better future;

If you think you are the right candidate for our teaching positions, please submit your resume / your credential copies / 2 letters of recommendation / your scanned passport copy to:

Ms. Esther Lin
International Project Manager
Tel: 604-731-8869
Fax: 604-731-8830
e-mail: [email protected]
Please visit our website at Contact us 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.

 

Although there are four basic skills that come with a language, it is important to make sure we, as teachers focus on all skills equally. Humans employ different techniques when it comes to taking in listening or reading information depending on the type of information. One of the ways to keep students engaged is to choose appealing topics. It is however, important to not repeat the same topics too often so it does not become stale.This unit focused on the types of problems a teacher might encounter in the EFL classrooms. Some of the problems include students who are not motivated, students with a variety of levels in the same classroom, large class, large classroom, and students who tend to revert to using their mother language. The lesson gives helpful suggestions for how to address each of these situations, including games, activities, books, and techniques.


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