Teach Young Learners EFL in Taiwan

Date posted:2018-03-15 | Writer: Kitchkas Reading House | Email: [email protected]

Teach young children (5-14yrs. old) English in Taiwan. Kitchkas' Reading House is looking for an energetic TEFL qualified teacher who is available to start as soon as possible. While you are here, learn Chinese, travel or just enjoy the culture. Our American owned school is located in Tainan. We are licensed and registered with the city government. Our student enrollment continues to grow every day due to the quality of our teaching program. Students from the surrounding schools come to our school after their public schools to learn English.  

Salary and benefits:

Salary: $630NT/hour (approx. $20US)

• Resident visa and work permit

• Health Insurance

• Assistance in locating housing

• Comprehensive orientation and training program

• Structured teaching program

• Extra-curricular student-teacher activities

Requirements:

• Native level English speaker

• Bachelors degree in any discipline or TESOL/TEFL certificate with a 2-year college diploma

• ONE-YEAR commitment

• Valid passport

How to apply:

If you are interested and would like additional information about our school please e-mail us at the address given on the job heading.

Kitchkas' Reading House

Dasing St. Lane 96 No.37

Tainan City,

Taiwan R.O.C

TEL: +886-6-358-8416


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 study of Phonology is very important. The use of intonation, stress and rhythm in pronouncing can affect their meanings too. It is therefore important to teach students to understand this aspect of communication. It could be very difficult for ESL students but if teachers can apply good techniques such as nonsense words, the humming or singing and so on it could of help to them.We can apply our ESA methods to introduce mew language.And I know techniques for vocabulary teaching and techniques for presenting and practising language structures.Lessons that are specifically targeted to grammar or vocabulary commonly use the ' straight arrow' ESA approach, whereas functions-based lessons are more commonly approached with 'boomerang' or 'patchwork' ESA structures.

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