TEFL Job in Taiwan (2)

Date posted:2013-09-23 | Writer: KNS Language Institute | Email: [email protected]

KNS Language Institute in Kaohsiung, Taiwan is now hiring EFL teachers for November 1st starts. These positions are full time and are preceded by a two week training period beginning October 21st. Teachers at KNS work at a single branch of the school only, and each teacher has their own classroom, which they are encouraged to decorate and personalize.  Class sizes range from as low as 7 to as high as 16 students, which is the maximum allowable per class.  Teachers teach three classes a day.

Benefits include:

* 30 teaching hours per week, all in one place, Monday to Friday

* work permit, ARC, and health insurance provided

* three week summer holiday plus additional personal vacation time

* generous year-end bonus and tax back incentives

* total annual net income over 830,000NT 

The ideal candidate will:

* be patient, creative, hard-working, and outgoing and work well in a fast-paced environment

* work well with children aged 7 to 14

* be a Native level English speaker, preferably with TEFL or equivalent certification.

* possess a four year university degree

* be able to sign a one year contract

Interested parties please email your resume and cover letter to Leon Ranger 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 section helped the review process of the most basic English grammar rules to prepare how to teach them. The information in this section was laid out in a way that would be useful in teaching lessons. Also, after many of the specific grammar rules, I learned ways in which to incorporate the rule into the classroom through games and which specific rules are more troubling for English learners.Which is more difficult to teach? Is it the listening or reading? It's really hard for the students to read a selection simply because they do not understand it. This where unlocking of difficulties comes in or the pre-teach vocabulary. Appropriate activities on the Engage stage matter a lot to get the interest of the students and for them to be given a clue on the text that they will be reading.