TEFL in Jeju, Korea

Date posted:2002-10-17 | Writer: Kids Herald School. | Email: [email protected]

The Kids Herald School is the one of the largest and best English institutes in Korea. The Kids Herald School belongs to the Korea Herald English newspaper company, which has 50 years history. We're urgently looking for native English speaking teachers and prefer Americans or Canadians. Jeju island is the most charming and fantastic place in the far east Asia. Jeju boasts wonderful nature environments such as beautiful tropical beaches and mountains. Our school also is located about 10 minutes from world famous Jung-Mun beach. We surely can say that we have the best facilities in the town; center controlled air conditioned and heated classrooms, a multi media center (DVD theater system) and a computer room (10 computers). Comprehensive curriculum provided with teaching manuals and supplementary materials. A director of the school has lived in the states for about ten years and has got master degree from the states. For her experience in the states, she understands western culture well then she can have friendly relationship with native speakers and make comfortable environments.

For more information please do not hesitate to contact us:
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 064-732-0533(in Korea)
82-64-732-0533(outside of Korea)

Benefits offered:
1. Reasonable salary: 1.8-2 million per month
2. Furnished housing
3. Round trip air fare (longer than one year contract only)
4. Visa sponsorship

1. Passport
2. BA 4 year degree and preferably education major or TESOL major.
3. Preferably no smoke and no drink.

Required documents:
1. Resume
2. Passport copy of the page with your picture
3. Certified copy of your university degree
4. Photo (six required for immigration process)
** We welcome Christians or missionaries (opportunities for involving local ministries).

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 was very informational about textbooks in the classroom, however with my job I will be in a nom-traditional classroom and we will have the coursebooks provided to us, so i will not have a choice on what I can use. I also will be imsteucting students online so I will not have a chance to provide feedback on handouts such as the one's provided to mein this unit, but perhaps I could use digital equivalents to engage my studenta.This unit breaks down many of the various forms of grammar in the English language. As a native speaker, I was unaware of how many things we just \"know.\" I had forgotten how many parts of the English language are complex and difficult to explain. This section broke down the various parts of English sentences and allowed me to understand why we put and \"er\" at the end of certain words, and simply change a word completely for others.