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EFL Teachers Required in Taiwan (2)

Date posted:2015-09-08 | Writer: KNS Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

KNS Language Institute in Kaohsiung, Taiwan is now hiring EFL teachers for mid-October and November 1st starts. All positions are full time and are preceded by a two week training period.

Teachers at KNS work at a single branch of the school only, and each teacher has their own classroom, which they are encouraged to decorate and personalize.  Class sizes range from as low as 7 to as high as 16 students, which is the maximum allowable per class.  Teachers teach three classes a day.

Teaching English at KNS is an extremely rewarding experience. The students learn quickly and the satisfaction that comes with observing the results of one’s efforts on a daily basis is profound. Our teachers work in an organized, team-oriented environment, and enjoy a high level of support from class coordinators and teacher trainers alike.

Benefits include:

- 30 teaching hours per week, all in one place, Monday to Friday

- work permit, ARC, and health insurance provided

- three week summer holiday plus additional personal vacation time

- generous year-end bonus

- total annual net income over 800,000NT

The ideal candidate will:

- be patient, creative, hard-working, and outgoing and work well in a fast-paced environment

- work well with children aged 7 to 14

- be a Native level English speaker, preferably with TEFL training

- possess a university degree

- be able to sign a one year contract

Interested parties please email your resume and cover letter to Leon Ranger at the email address given on the job heading. 


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 unit, I learnt about Modals, phrasal verbs and passive voice and how to explain them to the students using their structure of usage and activities such as role plays, general quizzes to promote better understanding to the students. I have also come across mistakes students make while trying to use the aforementioned grammar and approaches in which they can use to avoid such mistakes.This should definitely not be used as a stand alone lesson. There just isn't enough material here to make it worth it. I would recommend grouping it with the previous lesson on course materials. Basically I learned, but already knew, there are placement/diagnostic tests, progress tests, practice tests, and tests used by external organizations to gauge a person's knowledge and use of English.