Post teaching TEFL in Taiwan

Date posted:2003-02-14 | Writer: IACC, Taiwan | Email: [email protected]

Are you a Native Speaker of English? Do you or soon be holding a Bachelor's degree? Do you actively participate in school clubs? Do you enjoy working with children & have good sense of patience and humor?

Want to experience something little more different?
Want to be part of something important, dynamic and engaging?
Want to learn as much as you teach?

We are looking for persons with good personality, honest, integrity, kind, responsible and easygoing to teach in kindergarten, elementary schools, high school as an English Teacher in Taiwan.

We will offer you security in Taiwan, security with hours, with work permit and residency certificate.

Teaching experience is by no means required. Training is provided and the course material is so well set out that anyone can teach it. No Chinese language ability or teaching experience is necessary. Our teachers are trained to effectively teach well-established curriculum.

If you want an opportunity to teach English abroad to broaden your life experiences, work skills, language ability and worldly knowledge- e then hurry and contact us now or visit our website @ Contact us

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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 a difficult one for me as i had never seen or heard of the phonemic alphabet as a native speaker, and i also had never learnt about intonations within sentences. But after studying this unit and getting to understand the different ways in which we pronounce individual sounds i can see how the phonemic alphabet can help a non native speaker form the many different sounds needed to accurately reproduce the English dialect.This unit was quite easy, though a little tedious, as grammar units tend to be. Really, it's just the logical extension into the past of the present tense verb forms. One thing this unit did help me with was how to easily and clearly explain some of the forms that are more difficult for language learners, such as the past perfect and the past perfect continuous. It also gave good ideas for how to effectively teach these grammar forms.