Employment teaching English in Thailand

Date posted:2004-03-03 | Writer: Edcom Asia | Email: [email protected]

We have various positions in bilingual and mainstreams schools in Thailand and language institutes in Korea. So are you interested in one of the following

THAILAND: * math, science, PE, home economics or art/craft, swimming (females only),

music & EFL * Teach K1 - Grade 6 or high school math/science * MUST have a B.Ed (or) B.A. (major in discipline required) plus PGCE/Dip.Ed (or)

B.A. plus recognised TEFL Cert with min. 3 years experience. * For Kindergarten - also need childcare experience * Start mid-April/early May

KOREA: * EFL * MUST have Bachelor's degree in any discipline * Experience preferred but not necessary * Immediate start

*Salaries & benefits depending on qualifications and experience.

If after reading this you're still interested, please send a copy of your resume to [email protected]

We looking forward to helping you have a rewarding experience.


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.


Unit 5 dominates the discussion of TTT and STT. It is very important to remember that you need to keep good rapport and therefore follow the instructions given by TEFL. I love group work and I will be sure to not have unnecessary TTT. My personal opinion when it comes to seating arrangements is that in a younger class that friends be separated and that they only get together when they work in pairs. That decreases the noise levels.In this unit I learned the course book advantages and disadvantages as well as the lesson materials that I can use while teaching the lessons. There are two types of materials, authentic materials and created materials. There are different usage of these materials. The authentic materials can be newspapers, magazines. songs or menus. The created materials are usually designed by teacher to supplement materials from the course book.