Teach EFL in Vietnam (4)

Date posted:2012-05-03 | Writer: Teach Away Inc | Email: [email protected]

Teach Away is currently accepting applications from TEFL qualified instructors for exciting teaching opportunities in Districts 1 and 5 of Ho Chi Minh City starting in August. Teachers will work at a government language school, teaching students ranging from young children (ages 7-15) to adults (16 and up).

Teachers will be involved in the instruction of the English language, but will also have responsibilities such as student counseling and curriculum development. Candidates should be flexible, culturally aware, and have excellent communication skills. Applicants must have experience teaching young learners and/or experience teaching test-taking skills (TOEFL, IELTS, etc.) in order to qualify.

Benefits include an attractive salary with a 1 year contract to teach 25 hours/week. Guaranteed optional overtime is also available. We offer a flexible working schedule and a professional work environment with supportive staff.
Qualified applicants should contact us at the e-mail address given on the job heading with their resume/cv, recent photo and cover letter. Successful candidates will be contacted via email to schedule an interview.

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.


In this unit, I have learned about conditionals and reported speech. Conditionals are sentences containing \"If\" or \"when\" which refer to the past present or future possibilities. There are five main conditionals such as Zero conditional, First conditional, Second conditional , third conditional and mixed conditional. When direct speeches are turned into reported speech, usually the tense changes.This was an interesting unit because it covered the importance of Reading & Listening to learning a language, while identifying these skills as \"receptive\". I always have students practice these skills, by asking them to read or listen during class, but I had not previously identified these skills as \"receptive\" vs. \"productive\". I also found the Elvis example and the task pages very helpful.