Teach TEFL in Taiwan

Date posted:2007-04-23 | Writer: Shane English School | Email: apply@teflone.com


Shane Schools Japan/Taiwan is currently recruiting teachers with positions available each month from May (Taiwan) and June (Japan) onwards. For more information please visit Contact us

Teach in Taiwan
SEST offers qualified EFL teachers a challenging and rewarding experience in Taipei or many of the southern provinces. The position offers a better than average benefit package including reimbursed airfare and an opportunity to teach extra hours and therefore a chance to save a lot more. The school offers a great deal in teacher support, from arrival through to additional advanced training.

The teaching is usually in small classes, maximum 18, but the average is about 12. The teaching mix is about 80% young learners, with the remainder adults. For successful candidates, training in teaching Young Learners is provided during the first week in Taiwan.

For the first six months of the contract period teachers are paid a guarantee of 80 teaching hours per month with starting salaries ranging from NT$43, 200 to NT$45, 600 (approximately 720 to 760) depending upon qualifications and, teacher experience. Most teachers teach more than the minimum 80 hours and average about 100 hours per month and therefore earn in the region of 950 per month. Potential annual savings of between 2, 500 to 5, 000 are easily achievable. Teachers will have about twenty-five days unpaid holidays per year.

Please note that we will only be able to reply to candidates who meet all three minimum requirements.

· Native English speaker from Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand, South Africa the UK or the US
· Have a recognized degree from one of these countries
· Have an EFL certificate

If you would like to proceed further or need further information, contact Dave at apply@teflone.com

Teach in Tokyo
SESJ offers qualified EFL teachers a challenging and rewarding experience in the Tokyo area. The position offers a better than average benefit package including reimbursed airfare, paid transportation, paid holidays and an opportunity to teach extra hours to save a bit more. The school offers a great deal in teacher support, from arrival through to additional advanced training.

The teaching is usually in very small classes, maximum ten (10), but the average is about five (5). The teaching mix is about 50% young learners and 50% adults. A lot of the teaching involves one-on-one classes. For successful candidates, training in teaching Young Learners is provided during the first week in Japan.

Teachers (CELTA qualified or equivalent) are paid a monthly salary of Y258, 000 (approximately 1, 200). Teachers whose teaching hours exceed 275 per quarter are also paid a bonus for each extra hour taught depending upon qualifications and, teaching experience. Most teachers earn a quarterly bonus and the average bonus is usually in the region of Y20, 000. Potential annual savings of between ?2, 500 to ?4, 000 are easily achievable. Teachers will have about twenty-five days paid holidays per year.

Please note that we will only be able to reply to candidates who meet all three minimum requirements:

· Native speaker
· Have a recognized degree.
· Have an EFL certificate

If you would like to proceed further or need further information, contact Dave at apply@teflone.com

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.

 

the part of speech that typically receives stress within a sentence are verbs. the penultimate syllable in a word with 4 syllables or more is the second syllable. variation in volume and hikes within an entire sentence is the definition of intonation. rise/fall indicates the normal pattern of English language intonation in statements. fall/rise indicates the speaker wants his or her audience to respond in some way.I enjoy teaching students, so this is important to know, however i feel that some of the wording was a little confusing and I did learn a lot about managing the class. I like how the unite is always giving reasons and lists of how to go on about teaching the student. What I like about this reading that it has enough information to get the point across. So it's not too little and not too much, just the right ammount


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