TEFL Job in Vietnam (2)

Date posted:2012-07-11 | Writer: Apple Education | Email: [email protected]

Apple Education is seeking 5 full time EFL teachers to work in Ha Noi starting in August 2012. The job involves teaching students between the ages of 6 and 10 years old for an average of 15 hours per week. Benefits include a salary of 1000USD to 1800 USD per month (after tax), depending on TEFL qualifications, experience and hours worked – salary and benefits paid in Vietnamese Dong. Business visas and work permit assisted by Apple Education for the duration of the contractResponsibilities:Average 15 teaching hours per weekTeaching students at the age of 6 to 10Prepare lesson plan every week and mark students’ homework, tests if necessaryRequirements• Native English speaker• University degree• CELTA / TESOL / TEFL or equivalent• At least 1 year teaching experience for young learners. Young learners qualification a distinct advantage.• Flexibility and cultural awareness*Original document necessary for work permit requirements; photocopies will not be acceptedHow to applyPlease send us CV with your photo, scan of qualification, TEFL /TESOL certificate, etc... via email to the address given on the job heading.    Apple Education.,JSC    No10, TT10B, Van Quan residential, Ha Dong district    Hanoi    Vietnam    Tel: (+844)33544596

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.


Methodologies to teach english are: grammar-translation, audio-lingualism, presentation practice and production, task-based learning, communicative language teaching, community language learning, silent way, suggestopaedia and lexical approach. The most effective and most logical of all the methodologies is Engage-Study-Activate (ESA). There are two types of ESA lessons: Boomerang and Straight Arrow.The videos show two different styles of teaching that are very easy to differentiate from. The first video shows the teacher purposefully using bad technique and mannerisms in order to exemplify how students react negatively to a teacher who isn't teaching efficiently. The second video shows what it's like when the teacher is efficient. It's a very well done way of comparing the two different styles.