TEFL in PengHu Islands, Taiwan

Date posted:2005-09-21 | Writer: John Dewey Free service | Email: [email protected]

A school in MaKung city, PengHu Islands, is looking for 2 Full-time teachers! (couple welcome)

PengHu is a very beautiful tropical island. It has many special historical buildings. The school is also very organized and neat. Already 3 foreign teachers teaching here!

Salary: 55, 000
Start: late November
Accommodation: Free, or help find one without subsidy
Student age: 4-14
Teaching Hours:
-Mon~Fri:PM13:00~PM17:00, and PM18:00~PM20:30
-Sat: morning AM09:00~PM12:00

Other Benefits
01. Work permit sponsored.
02. Health Insurance supported.
03. Flight subsidy if the teacher continues to stay for the second year.

01. Bachelor's degree or Diploma, preferably with CELTA/TESOL/TEFL.
02. Native Speaker (AUS, CAN, NZ, SA, UK, USA, or IRE)
03. Stay in Taiwan for at least a Full Year.
04. Strong academic background and understanding.

E-mail us your resume including a photo, nationality, date of birth, and if possible the scan of certificates, please.
E-mail: [email protected]

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 is an interesting unit covering design of a syllabus. It is important to me now as I home-school my kindergartner with no specific curriculum. Although I already have an idea what she needs to know now, this unit helps me organize my lesson plans with good time given to revision and progress tests. There is also a reminder that with every test, there needs to be prompt marking, returning and remedial (when necessary).In unit 16 I learned about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences that present possibilities. There are five main conditionals, zero conditional, first conditional, second conditional, third conditional, and mixed conditional. Reported speech is a way to describe to someone else what someone just said. Generally this process changes the tense that is being used. Often pronouns will be changed as well.