TEFL Job in Korea (2)

Date posted:2012-08-16 | Writer: WorknPlay | Email: [email protected]

Are you a TEFL qualified teacher interested in a higher salary? Better compensation and working conditions? More exciting entertainment, nightlife, and travel? GEPIK recruits public school English teachers in the Gyeonggi area, offering the highest salary amongst public school English teaching positions not just in Korea, but in all countries hiring EFL teachers. The program has built a strong system since the year 2000, and more than 2,000 teachers are hired per year. 

Requirements
A citizen of one of the seven countries: AUS NZ US CA UK IR SA 
Bachelor’s degree 
Clean criminal record 
One of the following: 
            - TEFL, TESOL, or CELTA Certificate of minimum 100 hours 
                                                          OR
            - Degree in English Literature, English Language, or Linguistics 
                                                          OR
             - Teaching Certificate or License

How to apply
Email your resume with photo and date of birth to the address given on the job heading.

WorknPlay

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 unit share the various themes or tools that one could use while teaching English for business purposes - like case studies and games. It also gives us an understanding of some methodologies like frameworking and speech act theory that can be used as a tool to teach the subject more effectively. The sample lessons were most useful as this helped put all the tools and methodologies in perspective.This unit focused primarily on the topics of modals, phrasal verbs, and the passive voice. The information provided on this topic was helpful, but as stated in the chapter, is by no means exhaustive. This unit helped me to further understand usage and formation of the passive versus the active voice in particularly with both examples and the diagram given as a quick reference to formative methods.

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