Energetic Teacher Wanted to Teach TEFL in Hatyai- Thailand.

Date posted:2006-01-09 | Writer: Hatyai U.P Education school | Email: [email protected]

Hatyai U.P Education school in Hatyai is now recruiting ESL teachers for the new academic year with a start date of 1 May, 2006.

The Program focuses on teaching communication skills to young learners (Primary 1-6/ Mattayom 1-6). Teachers will be expected to teach atleast 23-25 hours a week face-to-face.

Hatyai U.P Education school values quality teachers and therefore offers a very competitive salary package in comparison to other Thai schools.

Benefits include:
 ·  30, 000 baht a month (before 9% tax)
 ·  1 year BUPA insurance cover (including repatriation)
 ·  Free daily meals in the school canteen.
 ·  Approx 10 weeks a year paid holiday.

ESL teachers must be qualified with a Bachelor Degree and recognized TEFL or certification such as Trinity certTESOL, CELTA, CELTYL or equivalent.

If you are interested in the position and would like to know more, please contact Mr. Kainth: [email protected] (019900327)

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 1 covered the different roles and characteristics of both students and teachers in the classroom. For me, it was very helpful to see the various roles of the teacher, which we naturally, even unconsciously take on in the classroom, categorized and explained. After learning about them, I decided to take mental notes on when and how I use the different teaching roles in the classroom in order to enhance effectiveness.Grammer is an area of English that strikes fear into the hearts of both students and teachers, but when viewed from a logical angle, it should not present too many difficulties. As native speakers of the English language this is something that we probably were not taught at school and despite using grammar perfectly in our natural, everyday speech, we often are unaware of what we are actually using or why we are using it.