Full time teacher required to teach TEFL in Thailand

Date posted:2004-04-09 | Writer: Thaksin University, Songkhla | Email: [email protected]

Minimum Qualifications: A native speaker of English (from the USA, UK, New Zealand, Canada or Austrlia) with at least BA in English or related field Preferred Qualifications: Having TEFL/TESOL certificate and at least one year full-time EFL or ESOL teaching experience The successful applicant will be offered a one-year contract with 10-day paid holiday. It is renewable depending on his/her working performance. S/he is required to teach English courses, especially listening and speaking skills, to undergraduate students 15-18 hours a week. There are no set textbooks for most of the courses but the department and the university library can help to provide resources for lesson preparation. Interested applicants should send a resume, a copy of their educational qualifications (e.g. degree parchment, certificate, etc.), a recent photo and 2 references with the referees' contact addresses (preferably e-mail addresses) by e-mail to [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.


Unit 1 outlines the course content of TEYL and explains in detail how the course works. It covers the general aims and objectives of this ITTT program, establishes the age group of 5-13 year old's as the target group and explains relevant terminology. The unit ends with an overview of work opportunities within the field of teaching English to young learners and gives an idea of what to expect regarding salary and contract of work.This was a difficult unit for me because these are some of the areas of grammar I struggled to learn and now, to teach. While I am able to use all of these well, explaining them has always been a weak point of mine. I am happy to have been able to take a look at these in some detail and to have gathered some tools that will be helpful in my own instructional efforts teaching English. Though it was challenging, I enjoyed this unit.