Teach EFL in Hanoi, Vietnam

Date posted:2017-06-08 | Writer: Washington English Center | Email: [email protected]

Washington English Center is seeking hardworking and enthusiastic EFL teachers for the academic year beginning this August/September. We have a successful partnership programme with many public schools in Hanoi, Vietnam's vibrant and bustling capital, and run evening and weekend classes at our language centre. Numerous positions are available for the partnership programme across primary, middle and high schools as well as in-house lessons.

HOURS:

15-25 teaching hours per week

Minimum 60 hours per month

9 or 12 month contract

Flexible schedule

Monthly meetings to share experience

BENEFITS:

Up to US$25 per hour after tax

Invitation letter for Visa on Arrival

Work permit organised and paid for

Help obtaining work visa (applicant pays – about US$135)

Help setting up bank account

Help finding accommodation

Help organising transport

Up to 20 days holiday (unpaid)

Teach in two or three schools

Students aged between 5 and 15

REQUIREMENTS:

Native level English speaker

TEFL/CELTA/TESOL qualification

University Degree

Police check from home country

TO APPLY:

If you're interested in joining WLC's dynamic teaching team then please get in touch with Andrew via email at the address given on the job heading with your CV.

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 an interesting unit for me because it was more about the gesturing, seating and controlling the class. It also gave good points on how to keep control of the class, how to seat the class, how to remain cool, and how to address problematic children. For me this was more about being in a actual teaching situation on how to control the class, and how to get class interaction.This unit covered the different types of equipment that would usually be available to you in the ESL classroom. I learned that certain equipment will be more helpful for certain parts of the lesson while some others not so much. I think that this was a great lesson because it also prepared me to not expect certain items to be provided in a classroom because it all depends on the school.

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