Fantastic Opportunity For EFL Teachers in Taiwan

Date posted:2015-11-19 | Writer: Phoenix Group | Email: [email protected]

Tired of classroom teaching in schools? Want to use your TEFL skills for something more challenging and different? Teaching and acting all together and bring out the joy of work! Teach in the Happy English Village in Taoyuan! Teaching English using a role playing method and move around scenarios to enjoy your day at work! Taoyuan English Village offers a salary of NT$62,720 (B.A.) or NT$69,965 (MA) monthly, housing allowance, end of contract bonus and airfare reimbursement! Let teaching become a fun and exciting job for both you and the students! Teach in a way you never imagine before! Apply now and get ready to start on February 2016.

Type of School: public elementary school

Working hours: 0830 - 1630

Salary: NT$62,720 (BA) NT$69,965 (MA)

Airfare reimbursement

Health insurance: partial

REQUIREMENTS:

All applicants must be a native level English speaker with at least college degree and valid teaching credential, such as TESOL/ TEFL.

HOW TO APPLY:

If you are interested, please send your resume including a copy of your degree, teaching credential, passport and recent photo to the email address given on the job heading and we will get back to you shortly!

 

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 is a very useful unit as it provides practical information in providing effective lessons. It will be conducive for learning to maximize the use of the given teaching strategies in order to ensure a productive learning environment. Afterall, it is the utmost aim of every teacher to motivate and inspire learners to love learning and reproduce the information they learn in the classroom.This unit has helped me learn and understand how English is used in different ways with the different parts of the throat, tongue, as well as other parts of the mouth. It has also shown me how it can be difficult for non native speakers to say specific words and sounds because they are not used to saying and speaking them from their own native language where that specific sound is not used.

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