EFL Teacher Needed in Taiwan

Date posted:2011-05-08 | Writer: Yu Chia English Institute | Email: [email protected]

Yu Chia English Institute in Taiwan is looking for an English instructor to begin in July. The institute was founded in 2008 and introduced the North American education system into Taiwan, using specially designed materials.

Yu Chia English Institute is located in the central Taiwan, Changhua City, which is only a 20-minute train ride north to Taiwan's 3rd largest city called Taichung. Taichung has a population of over one million people and is full of wonderful restaurants, department stores, and parks. With the High Speed Rail (HSR), the northern and southern cities of Taiwan are now easily accessible within one hour and the beautiful beaches of Kenting are under three hours away.

We are sincerely looking for a teacher who is an American citizen with full of passion in teaching, kind, and reponsible for his/her work. We also require at least a Bachelor's degree holder from an accredited North American college/university in ANY field. We prefer degrees related to TESOL/TEFL, English, Linguistics, and/or Education, but ANY degree holder will be considered.

For further information, please contact us by sending your e-mail to the e-mail address given on the job heading with your resume (a clear photo would be preferred), we will reply you with details as soon as possible.

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 was fascinating. I thoroughly enjoyed learning the IPA, as well as learning about the physiological way that sound is produced. I feel that this module has taught me a lot and I will be able to assist my students with pronunciation in a whole new way with this knowledge. The information in this unit was well laid out and had a logical flow to it. The addition of a diagram was especially useful.In this unit I have learnt about modal verbs, phrase verbs, passive voice and relative clauses. I found modal verbs the most difficult to understand at first but after reading through the different rules and basic uses I found it easier to grasp. I have also learnt about the different teaching ideas with each subject I have found this very useful and look forward to putting the activities into practice.