Job Teaching English in Korea (3)

Date posted:2012-09-18 | Writer: Injoong Education | Email: [email protected]

We are Injoong Education of Busan, South Korea, a well established company specializing in managing different English academies in a variety of locations. Our goal is to recruit qualified and energetic EFL instructors to join our company in an effort to bring the best education possible to our students.Our schools are spread across Busan, Changwon City & Gimhae Cities and we employ over 130 teaching staff with around 6000 student enrollments. However, nationwide and overseas, CD has more than 100 locations, more than 60,000 students and over 1000 trained and certified instructors currently employed. Our job is to help you get the best experience you seek, including location, salary, benefits, and housing. 
Features of Chung Dahm Institute
Working conditions:
• prepared lesson plans and a proven curriculum designed by our R/D in Seoul
• receive daily support from your Head Instructor or Faculty Management
• attend a one week training session in Seoul before teaching (hotel accommodations will be provided courtesy of Chung Dahm)
• 120 hours teaching requirement per month (overtime pay: 25,000 KRW/hour)
• winter and summer intensive classes (a chance to earn more money)
• the opportunity to work with a group of professional English instructors
• competitive salary
• airfare reimbursement
• 50/50 medical insurance and pension
• paid one week vacation
• severance (one month pay) after completion of one year contract
• free single housing accommodations near the academy (with fridge, stove, A/C, bed, washing machine).

So what are you waiting for? Find out more and start the application process today by contacting the Human Resources Department at the e-mail 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.


This unit gives very open information about phonology and how to teach pronunciation. It tell about stress, intonation, the phonemic alphabet, phonemic symbols, articulation, teaching techniques for the pronunciation of individual sounds and explains when to teach the pronunciation. Unit gives few pictures to show the places of articulation and few more to help us to understand the content better.This unit covered information about the present tense. I had already learned many of these grammar rules while in school, but I have never really had to think about the grammatical nuances of the present tense, since English is my first language. While reading through the information of Unit 4, I struggled to \"place\" my knowledge into grammatical terms. I will continue to develop my understanding.