Qualified teacher wanted to teach EFL in Taiwan

Date posted:2002-11-07 | Writer: Tsoutuen Sesame Street | Email: [email protected]

We are located in central Taiwan about 40 minutes from Taichung. We are in an excellent location to travel throughout Taiwan. We are in a small town surrounded by mountains, great for hiking and experiencing Taiwans culture. But we are close enough to Taichung to get anything you may need.

We have been in operation more than 6 years. Currently we have 270 students age 4-15. We require additional teachers to allow for more growth. We are looking for 42 working hours per week. Monday to Friday evenings and Saturday Mornings.

We provide the following

Garunteed teaching hours each month (100)
NT$ 550 per hour
Completion bonus of NT$20, 000 and up
Health insurance
Teaching materials
Lesson plans
ARC and Work permit
Great working environment

We need

Teachers with a degree
Teachers who love kids
Teachers who will commit for one year or more


Taiwan is a very stable location in Asia. It is a convenient travel point for any other country in Asia. It offers 10% income tax to foreigners working legally along with medical and dental care.

If this is of interest to you please forward your resume and start date to [email protected] . Also send a picture if possible

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.


I learned about grammar and how to classify each word in a sentence (parts of speech). By identifying the different parts of speech, I can help my students better understand the English language. I can explain the differences between countable and uncountable nouns now and also explain when to use definite articles and indefinite articles. This unit was very helpful as it explained the breakdown and meaning to everyday sentences I use.This unit exposed to the most common problem situations that a teacher can encounter and how to deal with these situations. I learned that the first lesson is about establishing rapport with the students instead of resorting to the course book. I have also learned that when dealing with a class of mixed levels that it is OK for the teacher not to do anything as well as adopt a mix of techniques to handle a class with different levels.