Teach EFL in Taiwan (2)

Date posted:2012-12-10 | Writer: Leader Language Schools | Email: [email protected]

Leader Language Schools are a group of privately-run language institutes in Changhua, a mid-sized city in west-central Taiwan. We are searching for conscientious North American EFL instructors who love working with children and young adults. 

Qualifications: A four-year college/university degree in any field, the enthusiasm to motivate kids to learn English as a second language, and flexibility to cope with class changes. Teaching/TEFL/TESOL qualification is preferred. You do not need to have any prior knowledge of Chinese (We teach English with English).

Benefits: Free airport pick-up; paid training when facing students, $NT 610/teaching hour for guaranteed 20 teaching hours with yearly increases (Exchange rate currently =$1US:$NT33); assistance in finding suitable housing and visa processing; sponsored health care.

If you are interested, please CUT and PASTE your brief cover-letter, resume, and two references' contact info. (former employers or professors) directly into an e-mail to the address given on the job heading.

(Please do NOT send any attachments yet). If chosen by our selection committee, we shall wish to set up a phone interview and THEN ask for a jpg of your diploma and the picture page of your valid passport.

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.


Surprisingly practical and helpful suggestions that could be most welcome in a diverse teaching situation. I imagine that anyone who wants to teach English has a preference in one way or another in terms of location, target students etc. On the other hand, perhaps the teaching opportunity is limited by availability. This unit is an excellent introduction to get himself prepared for such a scenario.I feel that the final 6 questions of this unit test are a bit unclear on how it is presented. This is to present it in the logical order of ESA, but when referring to the \"interview\" it seems it is only referring to the biography, but a no moment it mentions that Tom Cruise's film is an interview either. This is only referred to as \"...an excerpt from a Tom Cruise film...\" and not an interview.