TEFL in Guri City, Korea

Date posted:2007-05-08 | Writer: W English Academy | Email: [email protected]

Ehwa English Academy urgently need an English instructor

to start at the end of May in Guri City, which is a very clean and new city with a population over 200,000, 20 minutes from East Seoul.

We are hiring over 40 English teachers of which 6 are native English teachers.

The total number of students is over 1,200, so it will be a great teaching

experience to work with us.

Working condition is as below.

-Salary : 2.2mil Won (appx. $2, 700CA)

-Airfare : free return ticket

-Accommodation :a studio

-Insurance : 50%

-working hours : 7 hours / day , 5days / wk

-prefer a female, age 30s

If you could make this, please send us your resume ASAP

I will look forward to hear from you very soon.

E mail: [email protected]

Andrew, Park

Marketing Director of W English Academy

Director of International Business partnership, Taeram Pty.Ltd.

TEL: 82-2-3474-3452Mob)82-10-2560-0531


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.


Pronunciation and phonology is an interesting topic as it is something that comes so naturally to us as native English speakers. No one had to teach me the fall/rise intonation when asking a question. I assume that I heard people ask questions around me and understood over time that this is how I should ask a question. This was a challenging unit because I had to conceptualize something that comes so natural to me!This unit was difficult since phonetics are not something native speakers usually learn in primary schools. This unit went into some depth how sounds are made by showing a diagram on how the muscles in the mouth move to make a sound. I found it interesting since i have never once question the way someone produces noise. After reading this unit it has given insight as how voices and especially sentences are produce.