Teach English in in Hatyai, Thailand

Date posted:2006-08-31 | Writer: HELLO ENGLISH | Email: [email protected]

We have vacancies for 2 native English speaking teachers in Hatyai, starting in the second school term, commencing around 26th October 2006. Both positions are full-time, approximately 23 hours per week (23 fifty-minute classes) teaching secondary school or college students. It is only necessary to be at school when actually teaching.
Small class sizes (around 25 students per class), and students’ standard of English is quite high and they're a pleasure to teach.
We are looking for team players who are qualified and preferably with experience teaching in Asia. We provide all teaching materials, resources, lesson plans etc. We pride ourselves on our teacher support.
30, 000+ baht monthly salary plus holiday pay.
Good teaching conditions in schools with friendly atmosphere.
No weekend work.
Please send CV, recent photo and phone contact details to [email protected]

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.

 

In this unit we discuss how to troubleshoot different problems you may have during your English lessons. They discuss going through the first lesson how it is important to get to know the class and build rapport with your students. They discuss different warm ups to use to start off your classes. They also talk about different problems you'll have in class such as different levels of students or different class sizes.I learned from this topic vocabulary, grammar and function is the one does not appear or missing appealing and attractive without the other parts are not so very effective or useful. And this topic is more impact to students because they will understand how to pronounce and understand what is the meaning of the word. And this unit is also part of the ESA Lesson that gives me idea what lesson can I used for this topic.

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