Teach EFL in Rayong, Thailand

Date posted:2007-02-19 | Writer: Private School | Email: [email protected]

A private school in Rayong is looking for a full-time native speaking English Teacher. Teaching load is around 20 contact hours per week, with children aged 5-15. Rayong is on the Gulf of Thailand, 180 km south east of Bangkok and is ideally situated for easy access to many islands abundant with marine resources, the largest being Koh Samet.


To apply, send resume via e-mail [email protected], or fax to 00 66 38 603 843 (038-603843 if sending from within Thailand

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 think phonology is neglected in most English courses, and I really enjoyed learning about it here. I have had some experience teaching English to native Arabic speakers, and many of them struggle with producing the \"p\" sound, rather than the \"b\" sound. When teaching I hope to use the trick mentioned in this lesson, of having students feel their own throats to feel that \"b\" should be vocalized, and \"p\" not.This unit can help teachers to plan better their teaching. I think Vocabulary is very important as the more we know the more we can understand a context. In this world, there are a lot of words being applied in different areas and environments, the more words a student know the better he or she can understand a context and respond to it. I personally think Vocabulary has a better importance than grammar or function.