Native English speaking teacher wanted to teach English in Korea

Date posted:2002-03-19 | Writer: Kaja Let\'s Go Recruiting | Email: [email protected]


We recruit teachers to teach English at various schools throughout Korea.
Students in these schools range from kindergarten to high school to adults.
We take a person's qualifications and preferences to determine the best school
for them. Then we help the teacher to get the appropriate contract based on
their education and experience. We offer information about teaching in Korea as
preparation. Also, there is an agent waiting in Korea to help the teacher adjust to
their new surroundings.
Qualifications:
Univeristy Degree in any Subject
For more information see:
Contact us
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-613-244-3719
General Contract:
Salary: 1.8 - 2.5 million won per month
Hours: 25-30 hours per week
Overtime Pay: 15,000-17,000 won (Voluntary)
Housing: Shared apartment with own bedroom
Medical Insurance: 1.5% of pay also paid by employer
Airfare: Paid by employer
Completion Bonus: One month additional pay upon completion of contract
Vacation: 5-10 days


 

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.

 

The equipment usually helps teacher a lot. Hardly ever we can imagine an effective lesson without video or audio files. It`s absolutely necessary for children to work with their pronounciation so we sing songs and repeat tongue twisters. It allows to add new vocabulary, using picture on the website and even play some games connected with a grammar. Cartoons involve students into the process of learning. Projects can be used with adults.Unit 20 was both a useful unit but also felt the most 'tacked on'. It was useful reading in more detail about possible issues I would encounter and a few ways to deal with them. However, I felt that this unit was short, light, and less engaging than other units. For example, the Reluctant Students section was only a short paragraph with four bullet points. I wish that it was a little longer and went into more options and what not to do.


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