Job Teaching EFL in Vietnam

Date posted:2018-06-26 | Writer: Transition Company Limited | Email: [email protected]

Transition Company Limited specializes in providing native level English teachers to schools and English centers in Vietnam. We are pleased to announce our recruitment for the summer course and the upcoming semester as the following details:

ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Teaching for kids and adults at English center and public school with the provided syllabus using ESL methods

• Creating and administering engaging speaking activities

• Regular communication with our office

SALARY AND BENEFITS:

Salary: negotiable (1500$ per month)

• Paid national holidays

• Visa & work permit supported

• Payment on time always

• Provided accommodation/transportation

• Professional development opportunities

REQUIREMENTS:

• Bachelor's degree

• CELTA, TESOL or equivalent TEFL teaching certificate

• Clean home country Police Clearance Check

• Must be a native level English speaker

HOW TO APPLY:

For more details, please send your updated CV, your passport photo, teaching certificate and Bachelor Degree to the email 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.

 

This unit was thoroughly interesting. Phrasal verbs are difficult for learners and this helps me to be able to know how to teach them. The modals chart will be a great resource for my future lesson plans. The teaching ideas provided help me understand how to tailor a lesson plan pertaining to modal verbs. The explanation of passive voice and active voice was particularly interesting.It was really interesting and useful to learn about authentic and non-authentic materials that can be used on lessons as well as about their positive and negative sides. Personally, I found it extremely helpful to grasp some important recommendations on how to create non-authentic materials. Also, a great help was the section about different resources like various books and the URLs.

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