TEFL in Prachuapkhirikhan, Thailand

Date posted:2004-09-03 | Writer: Hua Hin Vithayalai School | Email: [email protected]

Job: Young learners English Teacher
School: Hua Hin Vithayalai School
Province: Prachuapkhirikhan
Tel: 032-511233
Email: [email protected]
Info: We are currently seeking a young learners teacher. The teacher will be teaching our pre-school students(about 30 students per class ) for 10 hours a week with a non-native teacher and the other hours will be divided between elementary and secondary students with 25-30 per class on your own. The position begins in November.

We are a Catholic school currently teaching to M3 level(Grade 9) . There are six other native teachers here now. We are offering 25, 000 baht per month for 20 hours teaching per week. We also have a one month bonus when you complete one year contract. The work permit is provided by the school.

What we want is a female teacher who is comfortable with young kids, willing to make a one year commitment, has a BA/BS degree with preference to TESOL certificate holders. Must be a native speaker.

Please e-mail your CV and a photo to [email protected] If you have any questions please feel free to e-mail us. No telephone calls please as our staff is usually teaching. Successful applicants will be notified for an interview and a trial lesson.

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 lesson was one of the harder ones for me (even though there have only been two). I had flashbacks of elementary school, when I first learned about this , and high school, when I was relearning these things for the SAT. This practice really reinforced the difference between being able to use the language in every day conversation and understanding the nuances of the language itself to be able to identify and label each part.This is quite an interesting unit, very detailed with a nice amount of science behind it. It's also interesting for the English teacher as the pronunciation of words can differ between teachers from different areas/countries. The Phonemic symbols are a bit tricky at first but quickly master-able with some practice. I think this is one of the most important units for students that want to be fluent in English not just proficient.