Teach English in Vietnam (7)

Date posted:2014-11-20 | Writer: Duc Trong English Centre | Email: [email protected]

We are a successful independent English Language centre in a small town in rural Vietnam, approximately 1 hour’s flight north of Ho Chi Minh City. We are seeking a (preferably native speaking) EFL teacher to work at our centre starting as soon as possible, ideally until June 2015, although we can be flexible about contract length. The position is that of ‘paid volunteer’ – you will pay for your own transportation to Vietnam but once here you will be paid 12$ per hour.


TEFL or TESOL required

The teaching position will involve teaching 11 x 90 minute lessons per week over 5 days Tuesday – Saturday.

How to apply:

Please email Mrs Uyen Vo at the address given on the job heading with your C.V. and letter of application.


Duc Trong English Centre

163 Nguyen Trai

Lien Nghia


084 063


Tel: 0919779139

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.


I found these test questions to be very vague, and I think that they need to be better worded so that answers are more clear. Many of the answers I found could probably be the answer for multiple questions concerning the formatting of an ESA lesson. I don't think this test is an accurate reflection of lesson planning knowledge, but rather ability to understand what it is you are trying to ask.This unit mentions about the next productive skills, speaking and writing. In my opinion, there are four vital skills that teachers needs in their instructions; reading, listening, speaking and writing. These components are skills that students needs practice in a daily basis. Speaking and writing is essential in activities for it helps teachers determine if students understand the content.