Teach English in Korea (3)

Date posted:2010-02-24 | Writer: Global Kids International | Email: [email protected]

Global Kids International School is looking for a TEFL qualified American or Canadian teacher, who can start instruction in late March. We are a growing Private English School specializing in education for Kindergarten, Elementary school-aged children. As an instructor you will be paid 2.3 to 2.8 million won per month, depending on your teaching schedule, experience, and qualifications. You will work basically 30 hours a week. Monday through Friday only. There is no Saturday school at GKI. We offer one-year renewable contract with the following benefits:


. Round Trip Airfare

. National Health Insurance

. Relocation fee provided

. Private apartment (NO Roommate) furnished with, air-conditioned, Cable TV, VCR, refrigerator, telephone, washing machine, and many extras.

. Visa Sponsorship

. 1 Month Bonus Pay upon completion of contract

. 2 weeks Vacation, 1 in summer, 1 in winter, plus National Holidays

. Friendly, cooperative working environment


Qualifications:

. Native Speaker with teaching experience/teacher endorsement

. B.Ed/BA/BS

(Teacher's Certificate, B.A or M.A in English or TESOL/TEFL/CELTA certificate is preferred)

. Enthusiasm for teaching

. Outgoing personality

. Willingness to cooperate and be a part of a growing team


Documents Required for Working Visa:

. Resume

. Recent Photograph

. Copy of Passport

. Original diploma or copy of diploma notarized by the Korean Consulate

. Sealed copy of college transcripts

. background check

(1) Canadian Teachers

- notarized on the original criminal record check by a public notary

- confirmed by a Korean Consulate

(2) American Teachers

- Must be notarized on the original criminal record check by Apostille

. Medical Exam certificate

- Complete 'Health Statement' form and send it to Korea.

Please contact Kwon, Director of GKI at the e-mail address given on the job heading.
Phone : +82-2-473-0253 Fax : +82-2-473-1524

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 lesson on managing a classroom was very useful. Learning the different arrangement of a classroom as well as the different ways to manage behavior helped me think about different real-life scenarios where being aware of the teacher/student dynamic would play out. For this section, I did feel it was more challenging to put all the concepts into context as it seems to require a bit more in-person action.It is hard to believe that this is the last Grammar-based unit in this class. The lesson as a whole was much more interesting and thought evoking than many of the past units. I especially enjoyed learning about the difference between informal and formal speech. As an American-English speaker, proper/formal speech is highly uncommon, especially among my peers and fellow \"millennials.\" "Teflcoursenet_204669


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