Regular TEFL Positions in Korea

Date posted:2014-04-14 | Writer: EnglishWork | Email: [email protected]

EnglishWork, founded in February 2000, has regular opportunities throughout South Korea for TEFL graduates. We have slowly built up an excellent reputation for being able to offer a completely professional service in the English as a Second Language (E.S.L.) market. Our service is absolutely free for all applicants.

Due to our team's efforts and qualified services, we set the industry standards and have become Korea's Recruiting service leader. EnglishWork, directed by experienced recruiters and placement counselors have placed hundreds teachers through the years. Schools across South Korea contact us to supply them with qualified English teachers. Through careful pre-screening, we place qualified teachers in Kindergarten, Elementary, high schools and some universities and corporations all over Korea.  

Our job is to use our expertise in the hiring process to bring about a successful result for both candidates and schools alike. Our service does not end after placement. From the moment you arrive in Korea, we are with you every step of the way. We have a responsibility to support you through your stay in Korea and we take the steps to ensure that your experience in Korea is a positive one.

We are based in Seoul city which is the capital of Korea. Being centrally located in the Capital City enable us to serve you better whenever you are located in Korea.

Our service is absolutely free for all applicants, and please feel free to contact us by email at the address given on the job heading, or phone one of the numbers below.  

Tel: 822 532 4273

       822  532 4281

 

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.

 

In this lesson I could learn various types of teaching methods which I have never seen before. Teachings which come from hundred years ago. There were methods which I felt that it was not a complete and slowteaching such as the silent way, that uses colored rod to represent a word or a sentence. however it is difficult to catch the idea of how it works for the teacher as well as for the student.This is a useful unit. Thinking to make age groups into two groups are quit interesting. The difference between L1 and L2 are quit big. I never knew that learning a different language than your own will be different from learning your own native language. It's interesting to see how simple classroom table arrangements can help or hinder a learners ability to learn and get a 100% out of the class


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