TEFL in Korea - Daegu

Date posted:2004-10-08 | Writer: TTA korea consulting | Email: [email protected]


We are currently looking for reliable native speakers (only North-American).

Working conditions are here;

-Teaching time : 1:55 p.m to 9:30 p.m (6 consecutive classes a day, 50 minutes' teaching a class, 5 days a week, no work on Sat and Sun)

-Age of students : 8 to 17 (Elementary, middle school students)

-Number of teachers(current staff) : 9 Koreans, 4 native speakers

-Teaching subject : English conversation for children

-Salary : 1.9 - 2.2 million

-Free accommodation : furnished and nice single house, not shared(the utilities will be paid by you). The house is just near the school.

-Location : Dowon-dong Dalseo-gu Daegu South-Korea

-Teaching start : November 4th
-Medical : 50/50
-Vacation : 4 days in Summer and 4 days in Winter (excluding Sun and Sat)+ all national holidays
-Airfare : round trip ticket (overseas employee)
-Bonus : one month salary on completion of the contract
-Hourly wage of over time compensation : 20, 000 won per 50mim session

Teacher's qualifications;
-Native english speaker
-BA holder or university degree
-Teachers who like children

How to apply : Preliminary documents are a Resume(MS Word), Current photo or Passport scanned(JPEG file) with availability (exact date required) by e-mail at [email protected]

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.


I was unsure on the three study parts of the straight arrow ESA, but I think I got them in chronological order. At least in a way that I would present a similar lesson to the class. I feel like there isn't exactly a clear answer for the final 5 questions, but that's not exactly the point of of this test. Teaching productive skills is not necessarily set in stone, but perhaps there is a rudimentary guide in which I should follow.In this section I learned about all the tools that one can use in the class room to enhance the learning rate of students. From visual aids, DVD'S, video clips to online games/ dictionaries, there are more then ever a vast amount of material and tools to aid a new english student. I found the unit very helpful with the many links it provided to different website for dictionaries, media content, learning tools and teaching aids.