TEFL in Thailand - Central

Date posted:2003-05-22 | Writer: Patric | Email: [email protected]


Teachers required :

1 in Chonburi

2 in Uttaradit

2 in Nakhon Prathom

2 in Ratchaburi

2 in Nakhon Nayok

Qualifications:

Native Speakers from the United States of America, the United Kingdom, Europe, Australia, Canada

Bachelors Degree in any field preferably Education or English

Teaching certificate from a recognized institution (RSA, TEFL, CELTA, TESOL, etc.)

Teaching experience of at least one year in Thailand

Salary:

Currently the contracts are 1 semester (4 months) and 2 semesters (8 months)

The expected pay is 25K - 28K Thai Baht

Expected work hours:

This is a full time contract for either 1 semester or 2 semesters which means you are to be in the school from 7:30 am - 4:00 pm. You have a one hour lunch break. And you have multiple breaks during the day. Your actual teaching hours are 4-5 hours a day. Your actual teaching hours per week will not exceed 25 hours (approximately 20-22 hours).

Benefits

No working on Saturday and Sundays
No paid holidays
Sick days are offered by the schools
Bonus offered on completion of the contract

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.

 

In the particular unit, I have been exposed to study three different grammatical phenomena, such as The modals auxiliary verbs, the passive voice, and the phrasal verbs. It is true that the phrasal verbs are the most difficult to study but also to teach since it takes more time than usual grammar.I think it would be better if more attention and elaboration should be given to the Phrasal verbs giving us more examples as well as usage.Even though I am able to identify and use future tenses correctly, I realized that I wouldn’t be able to explain which one is used when appropriately. This unit provides all the necessary information on the form and usages of future tenses. I also realized that at times I use future simple tense and be going to interchangeably when expressing future plans. When teaching students, I need to be aware when to use which correctly.

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