TEFL Jobs in South Korea for Outdoor Activities Lovers!

Date posted:2012-02-02 | Writer: ETEC Agency | Email: [email protected]

Native English speaking TEFL qualified teachers required for small school in the attractive city, Cheong Ju situated in Central South Korea. Students range from 5 to teenagers. School facilities include air-conditioning in all classrooms, small computer room with broadband internet access and TV with video and DVD. We are a small but personable school in a friendly town - an ideal opportunity to get to know Korean culture.

Cheonju is located in Choongcheongbuk-do province with beautiful sceneries.

Cheongju with an economically active population of 700,000 is an educational-oriented city located in the middle of S.Korea. It is just 1 and half hours away from central Seoul and 40 away from Daejeon by bus. There are a lot of amenities such as airport, climbing gym, temples, beautiful parks etc.

## Job details

* starting ASAP

*Location : Cheong Ju city

* Working hours : Mon~ Friday 10~6 pm

*Compensation : Free accommodation (close to school), prepaid flight ticket, Free accidental insurance, one year ending bonus, paid vacation

*salary : 2.2~million won per month

* length of contract : one year

* No. of foreign teachers : 4

If you consider yourself suitable and qualified or require further information, please email us your application to the address given on the job heading, including:

1. Resume/ cover letter
2. Scanned Police Check Report
3. Recent Photo
4. Passport (front page and visa page)

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 talked about the importance of lesson planning and gave some examples for us to learn from. The most important thing about lesson planning is knowing how do it appropriately according to your level of teaching experience and context. A less detailed class room agenda is better and less rigid. Some simple points to follow that track the logical flow of your classroom time is the most helpful.This grammar focused unit took more time than others for me to fully feel comfortable with all the content presented. The 5 different conditionals were not too difficult to grasp but the reported speech and direct speech with the changes in tenses, pronouns and expressing time was quite challenging. I liked the inclusion of teaching ideas to help plan lessons when focusing on this aspect of grammar.