Immediate EFL Teaching Position in Vietnam

Date posted:2013-07-22 | Writer: Washington Language Center | Email: [email protected]

We are now looking to add an additional Full-Time teaching position for classes of young learners at our center in Hanoi starting in mid-August 2013. Applicants must be able to commit to a five day working week with a minimum of 15 hours of in class teaching time.

- This position is an exclusive position. Under the contract you commit to teach English for our center exclusively.

- No deduction is taken from monthly salary.

- Monthly Bonuses for exceptional performance

- Receive training to improve teaching skills


- European, Australian, American, or South African (non-Asian)

- College Degree (4 years)

- CELTA, TEFL or TESOL certificate

- At least 1 year of teaching experience

- High level of in class Energy

- Enthusiastic about teaching ESL

- Able to manage a large classroom size

How to apply:

- Please email your CV, current Photo, and Cover letter to the email address given on the job heading, with the Subject line of “(Your Name) Full-Time”

Washington Language Center

66 Vo Thi Sau Street

Hai Ba Trung District




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.


This lesson shows how to plan the application of topics covered in unit 3 and exampled in unit 7. I don't like straight arrow ESA though as I find it boring for beginners and less flexible for intermediate+. I always want my students to ask all kinds of questions to guide lessons towards what they are interested in. The techniques and examples here are a good starting point and reference, though.In reflecting on this unit, I think its principle benefit is that it outlines how a teacher might CREATIVELY approach introducing new vocabulary, grammar and language function while staying within the confines of a particular curriculum or course outline. These ideas, I suspect, would often yield better results than simply reading explanations of grammar points or memorizing vocabulary lists.