Positions Teaching English in Taiwan

Date posted:2010-09-27 | Writer: ESL Dewey | Email: [email protected]

We currently have opportunities for TEFL qualified ESL Teachers in cram schools on the west coast of Taiwan. You should be a native English speaker able to stay and teach for at least 12 months. Benefits include housing subsidy, tax refund and negotiable airfare reimbursement.  ●The base Salary is: NT$ 48000 ~60000/month for 20~25 teaching hours/week.●Housing subsidy is: NT$1000~3000/month●Evaluation/ working/ full-attendance bonus, contract-end or contract renew bonus differs in schools or will not be provided. Documents required to be submitted when you apply:1.) Resume (CV)2.) One recent colour photo3.) Cover letter4.) Reference letter5.) Valid passport (photo page)6.) Bachelors degree or College diploma/ AA and Teaching Certificates (TESOL/TESL/TEFL/CELTA)7.) Police Clearance CheckQualifications Required:●Native English Speaker●Hold a valid passport (at least 12 months)●Ability to stay and teach at least for 12 months●Bachelor’s degree or College diploma/Associate Degree plus a teaching certificate (TESOL/TESL/TEFL/CELTA)Contact us via e-mail at the address given on the job heading for details of how to apply.

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 focused on receptive skills. Receptive skills include both reading and listening skills which are essential in a learner's language building framework. I learned that it's important to create a variety of interesting activities in order to engage the students in the lessons. An interesting point I also learned was about how we learn not only through our ears and eyes, but also through our minds.In this unit I have learned about slightly more advanced grammar rules in the form of modal auxiliary verbs, passive voice, relative clauses, and phrasal verbs. Those are the parts of language that are more difficult to grasp and therefore this unit will become a great resource when I will need to teach the aforementioned grammatical structures as it explains them simply and provides great teaching ideas.