TEFL in Bangkok and Chonburi, Thailand

Date posted:2003-07-04 | Writer: ESCD English Centre | Email: [email protected]

Details
ESCD English Centre (EEC)
Chonburi, Thailand.


Qualifications
Degree and TESL/TEFL/CELTA
Native English speakers (females prefered)

Compensation
Excellent school premises
Salaries start from 25, 000 baht per month
Free accommodation provided or 2, 500 baht per month
Free flight 12, 000 baht at the end of the contract
Reimbursed visa 3, 000 baht
Lunch at the first month 3, 000 baht, free lunch later at the school
Tax 3% (the remain belongs to the school)
4 weeks paid holiday per year, plus public holidays
paid work permit, visa and multiple re-entry visa for one year
Accident insurance same as local teachers
One year(12 month) contract and can be renewal.

Summary
ESCD English Centre(Education Section of Chantaburi Diocese English Centre) specialises in recruiting staff for schools and colleges in Thailand. It is run by a catholic priest of Chantaburi Diocese. Your enquiry will be handled by well-informed staff, who know the schools personally, from receipt of your CV to your visa application and arranging transportation on arrival.

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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.

 

Many EFL teachers claim, in contrary to what most new teachers may think, that teaching beginners can be one of the most rewarding and enjoyable part of EFL teaching. When it comes to children learning English, they possess an innate curiosity which in itself is a motivating factor. If you are teaching Business English you come to realize that your methodologies will have to be completely different from teaching for example children.I had a bit of a challenging time with this one for some reason or another so I will definitely be revisiting this lesson. I did, however; learn the differences between present simple, present continuous, and present perfect, which I hadn't really thought of in a long time. Learning the present perfect continuous was probably the most difficult part for personally but I do feel much more confident in the subject now because of it.


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