Teach EFL in Krabi, Thailand! (2)

Date posted:2006-05-16 | Writer: The Language Club | Email: [email protected]

We require 3 native speaking English Teachers to work on site at hotels in the Krabi area and one further teacher to work in our Language Centre. The hotel work will be up to 5 hours a day, Monday to Friday and will be based on site at the hotels and will include a free lunch. The classroom based work will be teaching small groups and individuals (all adults) and will be a maximum of 80 hours per month. All these positions pay a salary of B30, 000. For the hotel work, the ability to ride a motorcycle is a must. Any extra hours will be paid at the rate of B350 per hour.

Please forward your CV, a covering letter and a recent photo to us at [email protected] (School: The Language Club)

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.

 

Reading and listening are the two receptive skills. There are several keys that will help build these skills such as prediction, deduction, scanning, skimming, and looking for details. The teacher can motivate and engage students to further develop these skills by catering to their interests, by selecting interesting texts/dialogues, by building up interest, and by selecting realistically achievable comprehension tasks.This unit covered the productive skills speaking and writing. It went into further detail with activities for both and included a list of games with web links at the end. I learned what to look for to tailor the subject that might best succeed with the students needs. I recognized the 3 by 3 explanation for the second ESA demonstration which then made sense. The guidelines for the speaking activity were very helpful.


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