TEFL Jobs in Songkhla, Thailand

Date posted:2018-11-12 | Writer: Road Experience Recruitment Company | Email: [email protected]

The Road Experience Recruitment Company has 5 TEFL positions in a small government school in Songkhla, Southern Thailand. We are looking for EFL teachers who are available to start this month. The job involves teaching students between kindergarten and elementary level (will be assigned as per experience) for 18-25 hours per week (8am-4pm) Monday-Friday.

BENEFITS:

• Contract until the end of March 2019 with a 30,000 THB/monthly salary

• Teaching Permit, Working visa and working permit paperwork assistance

• Greeting upon arrival at the provincial airport or bus station and taking to find accommodation

• Opportunities to learn Thai culture and explore Thailand over weekends

REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor's Degree of any field

• Native level English speakers (USA, UK, New Zealand, Canada, Australia), preferably TEFL  / TESOL certified

• Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, instruct and evaluate learning activities

• An interest and open-minded in living and working in a different culture

TO APPLY:

Please submit the following documents to the email address given on the job heading.  Email Attention Topic: Application to teach at Songkla School:

• Resume

• University Degree certificate

• TEFL/TESOL certificate  

• Copy of passport first page

• Recent Photo (not longer than 6 month)

• Police clearance Record

Contact: Suvapatr

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 is a very good overview of the different types of teaching positions there is and how needs differ based on situations and ages. Teaching kids will require a different level of innovation and involvement from the teacher than teaching adults, but teaching adults cannot be considered as easy, as they too have a unique set of challenges that the teacher needs to prepare for.This unit teaches teachers how to use available teaching equipment within their premises. The most common equipment are TV, projectors, CD players, recorders, OHP, etc.; and they are extremely helpful. Having these equipment is an advantage for students and for teachers to have a more interesting and successful lesson. A list of useful online sources is fortunately provided as well.


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