Full-Time TEFL Position in Vietnam

Date posted:2015-06-10 | Writer: Washington Language Center | Email: [email protected]

Washington Language Center, a moderately sized language center located in Hanoi entering the seventh year of operation, has full-time positions for TEFL certified teachers. We are part of the Education and Training Consultation Company Group that has been providing education services to students for the past 15 years. We are currently recruiting teachers for this academic school year. Our program teaches students from primary level all the way to high school level. You will be assigned to teach the level that is most suitable for your experience and expertise.

Requirements:

Ideal candidates will meet the following criteria:

• English speakers from America, Australia, New Zealand, and the UK

• Relevant College Degree (4 years)

• CELTA, TEFL or TESOL certificate or other teaching equivalency

• At least 1 year of teaching experience (experience with young students preferred)

• A clean Police Clearance Check

How to apply:

Please email your CV, current photo, and cover letter to the email address given on the job heading with the Subject “(Your Name) Full-Time ESL teaching position”.

Washington Language Center

66, Vo Thi Sau Street

Hai Ba Trung District

Hanoi 844

Vietnam

Tel: 844 325 4464

  

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.

 

The topic of making your own materials is very fun. I try to make a variety of materials for students or update ones that I have already made. Using authentic materials can be a good thing. You can use almost anything for authentic materials that show current things. This can also help learn about the teacher`s culture and country. You can get students interested more this way I think.Future tenses are frequently used and yet it is the most complex in English language. \"Going to\" future tense and the present continuous are the most frequently used of all. I have learnt \"Going to\" future tense and the difference between the present continuous especially when it uses the verb \"to go\". I have also learnt not to confuse the \"be going to\" with the future simple tense.

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