Job in Phuket, Thailand, For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2018-09-19 | Writer: Srinagarindra, The Princess Mother School | Email: [email protected]

Chalermprakiatsomdetprasrinakarin School (aka Srinagarindra, The Princess Mother School, Phuket) is looking for additional TEFL qualified English Teachers to teach M1 to M6 (grades 7 to 12 students). Preference is given to Native English Speakers (USA, Canada, UK, Australia and New Zealand) who are already in Phuket. However, Non Native English Speakers are welcomed, but you will have to provide a recent TOEIC test score.

The successful candidate will teach up to 18 to 20 hours per week, and the salary is 35,000 baht per month. The school will also provide all documentation for your work visa and work permit.

The positions are for an immediate start date, and the contract is for one year (12 months).

TO APPLY:

To be considered for an interview, email the following documents to the address given on the job heading:   

1. CV/Resume

2) Passport ID page.

3) Bachelor’s Degree (Preferably a Bachelor's Degree in Education).

4) TEFL, TESOL or CELTA Certification.

4) Police clearance document.

5) References.

6) TOEIC test score report (Non Native English Speakers).

Only selected candidates who have submitted all requested documents will be contacted for an interview.       

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.

 

There are many different types of tests to assess the progress of students. The tests are helpful for both the learners and the teachers. In my school in colombia I'm teaching at, the tests and evaluations could definitely be improved. The teachers tell the students last minute about the exam, and they only study the specific questions for the exam which I do not think is effective.Transitive and intransitive verbs, much as the text suggests, are not easy, even for native speakers. This unit is very necessary to get practice and all the kinks out as far as distinguishing between the finer definitions of these usages. Compared to the earlier material this is much more challenging. However the modal verbs were very intuitive but hopefully still a good refresher.

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