Job Teaching EFL in Thailand

Date posted:2002-03-19 | Writer: Mr.Goranij Nonejui | Email: [email protected]

Job: Part-Time English Teacher
School: English Group, Bangkok
Tel: 01-315-4290

Info:English Group seeks competent English native speakers to teach English on a part-time basis to Thai professionals in various organizations, both in the public and private sectors. Approximately, the income ranges from at least 1, 000 bahts++ to 2, 000 bahts++ per day.

1. Aged above 21
2. Awarded a bachelor's degree in any field
3. Showing competency and appreciation in teaching, good-tempered, sociable, willing to travel on schedule

Experience in teaching English as a second language is a plus. We can assure you that you will enjoy our hearty work environment, definitely plus job security, if you join us.Please contact Mr.Goranij Nonejui (Mobile 0-1315-4290) by the end of this week. Early application is encouraged.

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.


I learned the phonemic alphabet, how phonetics can help my students with pronunciation since most words in English are not spoken as they are written. I leaned about the places of articulation in the mouth for example the glottis, the larynx, and the names of the different sounds that are made in the English language, such as fricative and plosive. In the video I leaned how to introduce phonetics to my students in an easy and fun way.This unit talks about the receptive skills, reading and listening. It speaks about the importance of receptive skills, why we use them, how they are used, how to approach language difficulty and gives examples of how a reading and listening lesson should be. This is all very helpful and has taught me many ways to teach the receptive skills and I now have a better understanding of the receotive skills so that I can successfully teach it.