TEFL Positions in Thailand

Date posted:2016-07-05 | Writer: TESOL Tree | Email: [email protected]

TESOL Tree has just opened in the town of Pak Chong at Khao Yai national park, about 150km north east of Bangkok, and has opportunities for TEFL qualified teachers. It is a well equipped but small language school with plenty of support and advice available from the managers. There will also be at least 8 regular hours of teaching small classes of children in nearby St. Stephen’s International School, usually on Saturday.


Prepare and teach up to 100 hours of ESOL per month as required

Teaching will take place in TESOL Tree premises or local corporate workplaces.

Teaching is likely to include a variety of age groups and courses.

Teacher will spend 35-40 hours per week (including teaching hours) working for the school as required. (These hours can be flexible in accordance with school needs)

Duties may include materials preparation, lesson planning, placement testing and advising potential clients on courses if required.


• Teacher will receive 35,000 baht salary per month/ part time teachers @ 500 baht per hour

• Any teaching hours over 100 hours per month will be paid at 500 baht per teaching hour.

• Teacher will have 2 days holiday per week (usually not weekends)

• Teacher will receive all Public Holidays including Songkran (Thai new Year) and end of year holidays

• Contract is for 1 year.

• Visa and Work Permit provided       

Contact us via email at the address given on the job heading.

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.


During this unit, I learned about the appropriate actions of a teacher during a class. There are good justifications and bad ones for teacher talking time and it is important to establish a healthy balance between teacher talking time and student talking time. Furthermore, I learned about various seating arrangements in the classroom and how they can influence the flow of a class session.The unit contains the information about past tenses. The material is depicted in an available way through the description of usages. Typical mistakes are shown. To avoid them, teachers should practise the material with their students using Grammar coursebooks, i.e. to develop exercises in a series of definite exercises. The best way is to use a Descriptive approach as in the present unit.