TEFL in Rangsit, Thailand.

Date posted:2002-10-22 | Writer: International College, Rangsit University. | Email: [email protected]

Job: English Lecturer School: International College, Rangsit University Email: < [email protected] >


We are currently accepting applications for two part-time English lecturers for the January session. Qualified applicants must possess a minimum of a Bachelor Degree in English linguistics, literature or other similar fields of study; A TESOL teaching diploma from a recognized educational establishment; 1-2 years of teaching experience; and evidence of research capabilities.

Qualified applicants will be invited for an interview with the Director of the English Program and the Dean of the College. Applicants are also required to write a grammar exam and teach a trial class. Only short listed applicants will be notified. We offer competitive remuneration and excellent opportunities for aspiring educators. Closing Date: Nov.15, 2002


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.


Within this units test, we can see that 5 questions out of 20, like many other units are based around the ESA / discussing the lesson planning steps / stages. We can see that this has been deemed very important in comparison to other parts of the modules. furthermore we looked at how to devise creative works, reasons for using games within the classroom and the appropriateness of accuracy and fluency actviities within the ESA frameworkWhile I am familiar with all the forms of present tense verbs, I never learned the names of the forms or when to use them. That was something I learned naturally by growing up in an English-speaking country. So it's helpful for me to see the system. I've identified one of my weaknesses. Now I can memorize why I say things when I do and what the names of those forms are. With that knowledge I can better pass the system down to students.