TEFL in JinJu, Korea

Date posted:2008-03-04 | Writer: JinJu School. | Email: [email protected]

We are looking to hire a new teacher for our school in JinJu. It is a small private language school in the southern part of Korea. We teach elementary and middle-school students, No Kindie! A studio apartment is provided and the salary is 2,000,000 \\\\ per month (a bit more than $2,000 USD). You will teach 30 hours per week, or less. Experience is not required, but would be preferred. Of course an ESL/EFL Certificate would be appreciated. A B.A. Degree is required for visa purposes. What we really want is a friendly, enthusiastic person who would like to spend a year in Korea.

Please send a Resume/CV to: [email protected]
I am a teacher at the school and I am helping my director find a new teacher. If you have any questions please e-mail me.

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.


Attitude of teacher is critical and effects the behavior of students in many ways. For starters it affects them in how they participate in class. When a teacher has a positive attitude the students will reflect the same attitude back. Communication is also very important because it will dictate the way the class engages the lesson as well. An effective participating class comes from a well communicated lesson.This unit covered five mine conditionals. Some useful teaching ideas include: splitting sentences, having students complete the conditional, chain conditionals, creating questions in a conditional form to discuss, etc. Overall, when teaching conditionals to students, I want to provide as many examples as possible to help them understand these grammar points, as well as the many exceptions that come with the rules.