Teach TEFL in Songkhla, Thailand

Date posted:2008-06-05 | Writer: VatKoagaw | Email: [email protected]

A Short Term Substitute Teacher – perfect for those who just want to visit! One year contract is also available.
We require Native Speakers for a school near Samila Beach in Songkhla Teachers shall fulfill approximately 20-22 teaching hours (40-50 minutes)per week.

Job Functions:

1. Teach English to 7th graders to 11th graders
2. Approximately 20 Teaching hours(40-50 min. per period) per week
3. Textbooks and other teaching materials are supplied by the school.

1. Native speaker of English- Australian, British, American, and Canadian only
2. Bachelor degree or higher, with a TEFL qualifiaction.

1. Starting monthly salary of 32,000THB
2. Optional After-Hours-Teaching rate is 350THB or more per hour extra (negotiable).
3. Paid holidays plus minimum of 2 weeks paid vacation per semester if sign a 6 months
contract or longer.
4. Immediate Visa, Teacher’s license and work permit assistance if sign a 12 month contract.
Location: Walking distance to the beach in Songkhla city, Songkhla

Short Description (Main Responsibilities)
Teach English to bright students from 7th to 11th grade. We are looking for candidates who are enthusiastic, dedicated and interested in working in a small, but top-quality and academically/professionally demanding environment to join 6 other foreign teachers.

Number of teaching hours per week: 17-20 hours

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.


Undoubtedly, the class environment in the video number two was completely different. The teacher's attitude was nicer, and he took time to introduce himself and ask for his students' names, which is something essential because we shouldn't treat students as numbers, but as valuable human beings we care about. He also wrote down the name of the topic on the board, which prepares students for what is to come next.Unit 8 discussed the seven different tenses and ideas used with future meaning: future simple; future continuous; future perfect; future perfect continuous; be going + infinitive; present simple; and present continuous. I learned the future tense is very complex and can be tricky. It was very useful to see the typical/ common errors section of each tense because it help further differentiate between the tense.