Regular TEFL Positions in Taiwan

Date posted:2014-10-14 | Writer: Skills Language Academy | Email: [email protected]

Skills Language Academy is one of the fastest growing English schools in Taiwan and has regular opportunities for TEFL certified teachers. Our Management team consists of several former English teachers who will walk you through your application, planning for your year in Taiwan and doing your pre-arrival documents. Once here, we organize all of your documentation for working legally with us. In addition to our competitive salary, we guarantee your teaching hours, offer regular raises, and award annual student return rate and contract renewal bonuses. Curricula and materials are provided, and our management structure provides ongoing living and teaching support. Successful teachers can choose to renew their yearly contracts or choose to explore the opportunities for advancement (curriculum writing, management, training, marketing and even become a business partner).

For further information, and to apply, contact s via email at the address given on the job heading.


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 about development of syllabus, how to deal with it if the school already have one, how to submit students to tests. There are many types of tests, depending on the purpose the student need: Achievement, progress, placement, diagnostic, etc. Discussed about the level, and the international standards and the course evaluation that can be very useful for the teacher and the school.In this unit, we covered a range of possible potential problems. I found the hard-line insistence on English-only classrooms surprising, especially given how much I have benefited from teachers of non-English language who are willing to mix some English and target language. Need this necessarily be the case? I would be interested in reading more about the pedagogical theory behind this choice.