Teaching Young Learners English in Northeastern Thailand

Date posted:2017-05-22 | Writer: Anubal Sriprachanukool School | Email: [email protected]

Anubal Sriprachanukool School is located in Khunkhan District, Sisaket Province, in the northeast of Thailand. It’s the biggest primary school in Khnkhan with more than 1,000 students. There is an IEP (Intensive English Program) which consists of 6 classes: grade 1-6. We are looking for a committed EFL teacher to work with the IEP department and teach from grades 1-6 for 20-22 hours per week. You will be responsible for preparing and implementing a full educational teaching plan according to the school’s requirements in English.


·         Salary: 36,00-40,000 Thai baht

·         Working visa and work permit provided

·         Orientation

·         Opportunity to learn real Thai culture in northeast of Thailand


·         Bachelor’s degree in any field

·         Native level English speaker, preferably TEFL Certified

·         Thorough knowledge of teaching best practices and legal educational guidelines partnered with a willingness to follow the school’s policies and procedures.

·         Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities at the primary level

·         Strong moral values and discipline

·         An interest in living and working in a different culture.

·         Collaborate with other foreign teachers.


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

·         Resume

·         University graduation diploma, with TEFL/TESOL certificate

·         Copy of passport first page

Contact: Mrs. Hasakamon Duangmani (Kru Lek), Head of Intensive English Program.

Telephone: +66 9335 62916

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.


This unit was a lot more difficult for me to do as there was quite a bit of remembering and referencing to past topics such as the ESA lesson structure. Overall, I believe I did alright in this topic. I'm uncertain of only a few of my answers. After finishing writing this reflection, I am going back up and over to review my answers and make sure that I am 100% confident in what I chose.This lesson is about reported speech and conditionals. There are five kinds of conditionals: zero, first, second, third and mixed conditionals. When teaching, teachers should teach one at a time to avoid confusion for students. Reported speech might be quite complicated to students, but if the students get the idea of back shifting the tenses and changing time, it will be fine for them.