Opportunities For EFL Teachers in Thailand

Date posted:2017-04-20 | Writer: The Learning Link | Email: [email protected]

The Learning Link is looking for 16 native level EFL teachers to join its team for the upcoming term which begins in May. We are a small local company located in Ayutthaya, the historical capital of Thailand. It is situated 80 kilometers north of Bangkok and has beautiful ancient ruins scattered throughout its breathtaking landscape. The Learning Link has positions in Ayutthaya as well as numerous appealing locations all over Thailand, such as Bangkok, Lopburi and Surin. Teaching experience is a plus but not required - this is an ideal opportunity for newly qualified TEFL graduates. We are here to support any teacher that has a passion and interest in teaching.

REQUIREMENTS:

•             Bachelor degree. TEFL / TESOL distinct advantage.

•             Native level English speaker (America, Canada, UK, Australia and South Africa)

•             Looking for male or female teachers, (couples welcome)

CONTRACT:

•             Short and Long Term contracts starting from mid May

•             Visa reimbursement after one year completion of contract

•             Working at Thai public schools teaching primary or secondary levels

•             19 – 25 working hours a week

•             Work permit supplied

BENEFITS:

- Competitive salary from 32,000-38,000, depending on experience and location.

- Assistance in finding housing.

- Work Visa sponsorship provided.

- 5-day work week and extra work available

- a friendly and welcoming staff

- airport pick-up when arrive in Thailand

TO APPLY:

Interested, or for more information, please contact Kru Oh via email at the address given on the job heading, or call +6689-183-7865

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 unit showed the difference between authentic and non-authentic materials used by teachers. The authentic is used for real purposes away from the classroom ones, while the non-authentic is used for a specific purpose of being a teaching aid. It also showed what a lesson plan should include such as learning objectives, procedures, personal aims,class level and timimngs of the lesson.Unit 8, like units 4 & 6, covers components of the English tense system, though its focus is on the 7 most common future tenses. Like the previous units, unit 8 provides structures, usages and classroom teaching ideas for its particular tenses. I appreciate the typical mistakes/errors sections and have learned there is often confusion between \"be going to\" and the future simple tense.

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