Employment teaching EFL in Seoul, Korea

Date posted:2002-10-28 | Writer: Global Kids Institute | Email: [email protected]


Our language school, GKI, is a well-known school in the Seoul area and one of the biggest schools in Korea. We will be opening up a second schoool in Mok-Dong, Seoul, which is regarded as the second most affluent neighborhood in Seoul. We are looking for qualified people who are enthusiastic about working with children.
The president of our school is a Korean-Canadian. He is well understanding and knows the needs of foreign teachers.
And we have several positions available for December, January and February.

Qualified candidates can expect the followings :

-Highly competitive salaries (1.7-2.2 million won/monthly based on experience)
-30 hours of teaching time per week
-Five days a week
-Round-trip airfare
-Severence pay (equivalent to your a month salary)
-7 paid vacation days / 3 paid sick days
-Medical insurance (half)
-fully furnished single/shared apartment


And to qualify :
-BA or BS in any major (English, Education major preferred)
-Current passport (should not expire within a year)
-must have a sense of humour and be responsible
-a TESOL/TEFL or CELTA certificate is an asset
-Canadian, American or Korean-Canadian/American preferred
-Preferrence will be give to those who are able to come in for an interview


And to proceed :
-Your resume/CV, cover letter and recent photo
Please email these [email protected] or call 018-267-0813
Human Resource Coordinator: Brian


We look forward to hearing from you.

Good luck with your job hunt~~~~

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.

 

Unit 6 is about the past tense which is important for new English learners. It gives them the abilities to talk about their past experiences. This could be used in situations as informal as meeting a new person or something formal like a job interview. To practice the past tense can be as simple as allowing learners to do activities such as going over a resume, narrating a story, role play, and discussing “a time when…”.In this unit I learned, the basics of phonology within the English language, including stress, intonation, and the mapping of the organs and body parts involved in articulating speech. After only having taken Russian phonology, I thought it interesting that the phonemic symbols were different. Coming from New Jersey, it’s interesting to see that the extra lettering in English has a name and isn’t just a feature of our accent.


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