Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach TEFL In Chiang Mai, Thailand

Date posted:2006-03-21 | Writer: King\'s College of English | Email: [email protected]

Required : Full time English Teachers in Chiang Mai.

King's College of English has been in operation in Thailand since 1994. We are associated with King's Schools in the UK (London, Oxford and Bournemouth) and in Canada. There are four branches in Thailand: three in Bangkok and a newly opened branch in Chiang Mai. We have approximately 50 teachers in total, including three Assistant Directors of Study and four Senior Teachers. The academic staff is headed by our British Academic Director.

King's College teaches all levels of English (and some other IGCSE subjects), from beginner to advanced. Many of our students are young learners, ranging from about five to sixteen. We especially welcome applicants with experience teaching children. Classes usually have twelve students. We also have some in-company teaching which is paid at a higher rate and for which expenses are reimbursed.

 Required : Full time English Teachers in Chiang Mai.
Qualifications : - Native Speakers, British preferred
- Bachelor's degree, TEFL/ TESL required
Good Salary ,(30,000 - 35, 000 Baht/month) Paid Holiday, Bonus, Medical Insurance, 2 Consecutive Days off per week,
Work permit and Visa.
For further details, please visit our website : Contact us
Please email your CV to : [email protected] or fax 02-7456000

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 course examined the relationship between teachers and learners and the various roles and responsibilities each one has. The unit also examines what makes an effective teacher as well as the difference types of learners from very young aged beginners to fully-grown adults. The passage makes it a point to emphasis practices that focus on student language comprehension rather than a teacher speaking about the language.In this unit I learnt about different types of classes. I learnt about teaching beginners and tips for doing it as well as possible problems. I also was taught about teaching individual students and suitable activities fir doing so. I also learnt about teaching children and the do's and don't when doing so. I also learnt about teaching English for business. Finally it discussed the monolingual and the multilingual class.