Job Teaching English in Korea (4)

Date posted:2013-12-10 | Writer: Hands Korea | Email: [email protected]

Hands Korea is a recruiting and consulting firm based in Seoul, Korea. Our services are 100% free of charge for TEFL teachers. We place candidates from all over the world into great schools throughout Korea, with a specific focus on Gyeongido Province. We are dedicated to providing you not only with a wonderful job, but also aim to guide you through your time here with various social events and classroom support, for those entirely new to EFL teaching. No prior teaching experience or background in education is necessary. Any university degree will do, and a TEFL qualification is a distinct advantage.

Salary and benefits:

-Airfare reimbursement upon arrival in Korea.

- Free housing (teachers will pay for utilities)

- Health insurance

- Pension Payment (Korean “Social Security)

- Contract completion bonus (equal to one months’ salary)

- Starting salary of between 2-2.3 million Korean Won ($1,900-$2,200 US) 

Requirements:

- Clean criminal history (candidates must supply a nation-wide criminal background check)

- Applicants must possess a current and valid passport.

How to apply:

Please send your resume, photo, and contact information to the email address given on the job heading.  

HandSKorea

# 303 Taejin B/D(Building and Office number)

527-3 Deungchon-2dong, Gangseo-gu,

Seoul 157-837  

South Korea

Tel: (213) 559-7696 (US number)

02-6083-7791(Office contact number)

 

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 explores different types of tests and assessments and how they are used to glean necessary information about student progress and ability in English. Some, such as placement tests and diagnostic tests help teachers figure out what level and degree of knowledge a student might have. Others, such as progress and practice tests gauge student progress and prepare them for other assessments.After going through this unit, I find it interesting to know that there are so many tenses and grammars points in the English language. Although I have been using them correctly most of the time, this unit really helps me to identify and define each of the different variance of grammar within the tenses. Having the ability to teach English language in this way is much professional and systematic.


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