TEFL Vacancy in Lampang, Thailand

Date posted:2011-06-01 | Writer: Assumption College Lampang | Email: [email protected]

Assumption College Lampang needs full time TEFL qualified native English speaking teachers for Elementary and Kindergarten classes. We are a private school in the north of Thailand, just an hour and a half by bus from
Chiang Mai. Benefits include an attractive salary, dependent on qualifications and experience, together with visa and work permit provided by the school.

Salary: 25,000 - 35,000 baht/month depending on your qualifications.
Cost of living: Lower than in Chiang Mai or Bangkok
 
Qualifications:
1. Bachelors Degree
2. A minimum of 1 year experience in teaching children
3. TEFL/ TESOL / CELTA certificates

Benefits:
1. Visa and work permit will be provided by the school
2. Salary increase depending on performance after renewal of the contract.
3. Extra classes after school will be paid.

Interested applicants, please email your photo, resume/cv, transcript of records, front page of passport and certificates to the e-mail address given on the job heading, or call 0814693383. Please contact us for more information. Only those who have proper documents will be given attention.

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 describes the materials used for the teaching English ie use of authentic materials, coursebooks and materials created by the teachers. The units had stressed particularly on the pros and cons of coursebooks. Examples of created materials ie crosswords, word searches, role play cards, flashcards, etc are provided for better understandings for materials that can be used for teaching English.I think this was an appropriate place for this lesson, as it invokes more advanced usage concepts. As usual, I think the lesson did a decent job of laying out the different forms. The verb tense transition chart for direct reporting speech was useful as well--there are too many to look up separately. I'm wondering if all the lessons should have a combined glossary with all such charts in one place...


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