Teach TEFL in Hue, Vietnam

Date posted:2009-02-03 | Writer: MUNDO Group Pte. Ltd | Email: [email protected]

MUNDO ESL School in Hue, Vietnam is recruiting TEFL qualified teachers to begin in February and March 2009. MUNDO School is a unique and reputable institution offering courses in all levels of English fluency as well as academic preparation programs, courses specific to various sectors such as tourism or public service, and an expanding second language program including Japanese as a foreign language.

Hue is the historic, cultural and educational capital of Vietnam, situated in the heart of the country. It offers a very affordable lifestyle and ample opportunities to travel and to experience the essence of life in beautiful Vietnam.

Candidates should hold a bachelor's degree, preferably in English, Applied Linguistics (ESL) or a foreign language, as well as a recognized teaching degree or TEFL / TESOL qualification. Experience is not necessary, but preferred. For information on salary, benefits, etc and/or to apply for a teaching position, please send an email with attached resume, cover letter and a recent photograph to the e-mail address given on the job heading page - (only short listed candidates will be contacted).

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.


ESA is a helpful way for teachers to think about the structuring of their lessons. The engage portion encourages students through the use of games and wordplay. The study section helps the students to nail down grammar, spelling, and pronunciation through the use of worksheets or drills. The activate portion has students use the skills that they've learned to participate in something like a roleplay or survey.Great lesson that really provides hands-on guidelines for teaching a class of CBTE students. It is good to know that there are so many sources out there with both authentic and non-authentic material - even though the lesson is clearly written a while ago. Woopidoo? Never heard of it, and the website seems pretty outdated. Anyway, the principles stay the same and the lesson plans were very clear and inspiring.