Jobs Teaching EFL in Korea

Date posted:2017-03-13 | Writer: Sogang Language Program | Email: [email protected]

SLP (Sogang Language Program) is private English education institute that has 64 branches operating in South Korea with regular opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. The SLP program teaches English in an integrated way that allows children to think, dream, and act in English. SLP teachers teach an innovative curriculum that includes hands on, interesting and stimulating activities every day. There are several current vacant positions, and since we are expanding, there will be more TEFL positions opening later this year. If you are interested please contact us through email address given on the job heading.

Positions:

Ulsan (ASAP, Female teacher)

Gyeonggi-do (May)

Seoul (June)

Incheon (July)

BENEFITS:

                  Monthly Salary: 2.1-2.3 KRW per month

                  Housing: Provided

                  Health Insurance: Provided. 50/50 contribution

                  Pension: Provided. 50/50 contribution

                  Severance: Paid after completion of contract period

                  Vacation: About 10 days of paid vacation

                  Airfare: One-way provided

REQUIREMENTS:

                  Bachelor's Degree of any field

                  Native level English speaker, preferably TEFL certifiedfrom Australia, Canada, New  Zealand, South Africa, United Kingdom, Ireland, United States.

                  Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities at the secondary level

                  An interest in living and working in a different culture

TO APPLY:

Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading:

                  Resume

                  University graduation diploma

                  Copy of passport first page

Contact: Yewn Park

Telephone: +82-02-716-1230(Ext.3003)

Skype: yeedmsp

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.

 

From this unit I learn a lot about future tense. Especially Future perfect and future perfect continuous,and I can appreciate the difference between them. The future perfect is used for saying the action is going to be completed before a particular time in the future. And the future perfect continuous is for saying how long the action is going to be last by a specific time in the future.In this unit, I reviewed the differences between different forms of the past tense in English. By doing this, I was also able to see which distinctions might be particularly difficult for foreign students of English to grasp. I will emphasize these differences in my classroom and be sure to employ activities that force students to consider which form would be correct in various contexts.


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