Opportunities in Thailand For EFL Teachers

Date posted:2017-03-27 | Writer: Road Experience Recruitment Company | Email: placements@teachthailand.org

Road Experience Recruitment has opportunities for TEFL trained teachers in Bangkok. We are looking for Elementary/Secondary English teachers who are available to start on 1st May. Applications must be received by 20th April and we have orientation days 29-30 April. The Orientation program is arranged at our centre in Hatyai, Songkhla Province and it is compulsory for teachers who have never had teaching experience in Thailand.  Teachers who are already teaching in Thailand are highly welcomed to join, as it is a great chance to meet our team and fellow teachers.  The program includes visa and work permit explanation, do’s and don’ts, school contract, holiday and sick leave procedures, Thai Culture and so on.

BENEFITS:

•             Renewable 1 year contract with a 35,000 THB/month

•             Paid Annual holiday, totally 2 weeks (excluding of Thai National Public Holiday 20 days appx)

•             Teaching Permit for Foreign Teacher, Working visa and working permit

•             Greeting upon arrival at the provincial airport or bus station and taking to find accommodation

•             Opportunities to learn Thai culture and explore Thailand over weekends

REQUIREMENTS:

•             Bachelor's Degree of any field, Educational Degree is advantage.

•             Native English speakers (USA, UK, New Zealand, Canada and Australia), preferably TESOL/TEFL certified

•             Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities

•             An interest and open-minded in living and working in a different culture

TO APPLY:

Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading.

Attention Topic: Application to teach at DP BKK:

•             Resume

•             University Degree, with TEFL/TESOL certificate if any

•             Copy of passport first page

•             Formal Photo

•             40 seconds - 1 minute Introduction video

Contact: Chonthira or Suvapatr


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.

 

Present tense divided into four parts. Simple, Continuous, Perfect, Perfect Continuous. Using the correct tense and grammar causes the greatest degree of difficulty for students. This unit covers the usage of each tense as well as how to make sentences with Affirmative, Negative and Question forms. Additionally, giving ideas about creating correction strategies for common student errors.In this section one learns how all four of the skills are important and how they come to interact with each other.when a student wants to improve his or her productive skills, they have to make use of their perceptive skills to accomplish this. Speaking,reading,writing and listening are the only way a student can successfully learn a new language and one can't have one without the others.

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