Post teaching English in Taiwan

Date posted:2003-07-24 | Writer: AAC | Email: [email protected]

NT$50, 000 ~ NT60, 000 per month
* 1 year full-time contract
* Airfare subsidy
* Overtime hours paid at NT$500 per hour
* Health insurance subsidy
* Free accommodation
* A bonus of NT$2, 000 per month for full attendance. (ie. no sick leave taken)
* Work Permit sponsored
* Pick up from Chang Kai-Shek International Airport
* New teacher's orientation and training
* Foreign Teacher's party with our teachers



1. Degree (any major) required. Graduates with TESOL (Teachers of English to Students of Other Languages) qualification a plus.

2. Must be a native English speaker from Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, UK, South Africa or Ireland.

3. Teaching experience is not essential though we need your passion, knowledge and patience.

PLEASE NOTE: In addition to the above, we urgently require teachers for kindergarten positions to start BY August 5th. For these positions, we can offer an additional:

* Airfare bonus of NT$20, 000 paid along with your first month's salary.
* Housing subsidy of NT$3, 000 per month if you don't want our provided free accommodation.

We also have the following special offers for our kindergarten positions regardless of when you arrive:

Offer 1: After 1 week on the job, we will provide a free 1-day MRT pass to let you travel throughout Taipei!

Offer 2: After 3 months of teaching and passing our Teaching Evaluation, we will provide a free 1-day trip in Taiwan.

Offer 3: Free 50 ~ 100 minutes calling back home. Â

Apply today via our online teacher application form found at Contact us

*** BE SURE TO send us a copy of your resume, passport photo page, a recent photo and your University qualification.

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 establishes characteristics as well as practices of \"good\" learners and teachers, outlines the motivations for learning English, and the ways to maintain rapport with students. Furthermore, this section discusses the various stages of English learning and how to distinguish between them in order to guide one's teaching approach. I've learned the basic and introductory relationship between teachers and learners of English.I have learn’t that there are three main periods in time – past, present and future. However, there are in fact twelve tenses as each of these periods in time have four aspects i.e. simple, continuous, perfect and perfect continuous. The answer to which aspect the tense reflects is rather in the sentence structure than the function of the sentence. It is furthermore, important to understand the usage of each of the aspects.