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TEFL China - page 1 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL Jobs in China

One third of the Worlds’ population lives in China. Combine this with a booming export economy and a rapidly growing service sector, and you construct a massive TEFL jobs market. With TEFL jobs in all Chinese cities and towns, you should have no problem in finding a position in a location of your choice. Beijing, Shanghai and all larger cities, which sometimes feel like countries, have massive jobs markets. Such has been the increase in demand that pay and conditions in China have improved dramatically over the years. You can do very well here as a TEFL teacher. English schools are to be found almost everywhere, with the more industrious East of the country having the highest proportion of TEFL jobs in China. All native English speakers can easily find TEFL jobs in China, and it is not...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teach English In China Immediate Hire ann. 2

Date posted:2024-03-24 | Writer: EF English First | Email: [email protected] Hiring Immediately for 2024! Full Support & Free Flight ProvidedWant something different? Explore Teaching Opportunities in China in 2024! No prior experience required! Enjoy comprehensive support and complimentary flights! Teach in China! No Experience Needed! Full Support & Free Flights! Join EF English First to teach in China! Where you can earn money, travel across Asia in your free time while developing yourself personally and professionally through the support of EF’s global network and training. In EF, we offer a plethora of career paths to choose from, providing ample opportunities for growth and advancement.  What will you get? Competitive salary + performance bonus after 6 months and...  [Read more]

TEFL Courses in China ▷ inclass ITTT Tefl

  ITTT’s TEFL courses in China offer superb training for teaching English in one of the most fascinating countries in the world. Taking your TEFL course in China will also provide you with numerous post course teaching opportunities throughout the country. China is justifiably considered to have one of the most ancient, mysterious and alluring civilizations in the world. When you combine all of China’s wonderful features: the huge scale and diversity of the country, its extensive and fascinating history, its welcoming people and world-famous cuisine, you can see why it has become one of the leading destinations for TEFL courses and for teaching English. For those interested in attending a TEFL course in China, the good news is that demand for English teachers is one of the highest...  [Read more]

Wanderlust China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Wanderlust China’s Au Pair in China Program provides students and young professionals with opportunities that integrate travel, education, Mandarin language learning, childcare, and English tutoring. This program is a great opportunity for overseas young adults to experience China and the Chinese culture by staying with a host family as well. If you sign up for the program in association with ITTT for your 120-hour TEFL course, your TEFL course fee will be refunded on successful completion of your full contract. Locations: Host families are primarily located in Shanghai, with additional host families in other major cities, including: Beijing, Chongqing, Hangzhou, Nanjing, and so on Program time span: ITTT online course (maximum six months available) followed by 3 months-12 months Au Pair...  [Read more]

Teaching English at a University in China - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Teaching English is a challenging undertaking, and your students are looking to you for guidance. I am writing this summative to the reference to my teaching journey in China at a university. I was a master's student in English language and Applied linguistics at Central China Normal University. One day, I have been offered by the dean of the English department, if I can teach English in the department to some group of Chinese students. It was my first experience of teaching abroad and enthusiastically, I accepted and started teaching English. Therefore, I have taught the English language in various levels, ages, and different nationalities such as Africa, France, Bahrain, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Mongolia, and Algeria. Politeness and behaviors...  [Read more]

Why Teach in China ▷ Infographic - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Teaching English in China is as popular as ever. In 2014, 7.26 million students graduated with Bachelor and Master degrees and the numbers for 2015 are expected to rise. There are over 30,000 organizations or companies offering private English classes, with the Chinese market having nearly doubled in size in the last five years and is now worth around $3.1 billion.   English teachers in China can expect to make between 6,000 - 16,000 RMB ($942 - $2,500 USD). Those teaching at an international school, however, can make up to 30,000 RMB ($4,700 USD).   How far exactly will your salary get you in China? Most teachers put away a good amount of their salaries and save them up. You can live quite comfortably when teaching in China.   Most foreigners are settled in the...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Elementary Substitute Teacher

Date posted:2024-04-08 | Writer: American International School of Guangzhou | Email: [email protected] Elementary School Substitute Teacher in Early Years and Lower Elementary School We are looking for talents who are currently residing in GZ. This is a part-time position without benefits.   TEACHING ASSIGNMENT  Elementary Substitute Teacher.  There are 28 Classroom Teachers and 20 Specialists or 36 TAs that may require a short or long term substitute.  Grade levels range from Pre-Kindergarten through to Grade 5   CLASS SIZE Between 18-24 students depending on grade level.   DAILY SCHEDULE Approximately six 40-minute periods of an eight period day. The school runs on a 6-day schedule. REQUIRED WEEKLY MEETING TIME Monday Faculty meetings plus 2 planning...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Nanjing International School

Date posted:2024-03-23 | Writer: Nanjing International School | Email: [email protected] Nanjing International School (NIS) is a leading non-profit international IB World school. Founded in 1992, NIS is the oldest international school in Nanjing and the first IB Continuum School in China. We are proud to be fully accredited by CIS, WASC, and the IB. We offer an innovative International Baccalaureate Pre-K to 12 curriculum that puts students at the centre of their learning. We are the only independent, non-profit international school in the city, with over 600 students from over 35 nationalities - making us the largest and most diverse in Nanjing. Contract Days  195 Starting Salary  US$53,500 - $62,500 (this is paid in Chinese currency) - this is a net amount. Taxes 100%...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Teaching Opportunities In Macau

Date posted:2024-03-20 | Writer: Seek Teachers | Email: [email protected] We are currently looking for an experienced Kindergarten teacher, Primary Teacher and Secondary Teacher to join the great team in August.  Start Date: Aug 01, 2024 Salary up to: 44,000  USD (U.S. Dollar) Per annum   An ideal candidate should have: - A Bachelor degree or above in Early Childhood Education or a relevant subject - A teaching qualification - Native English speaker  - Have a minimum of two years teaching experience in a relevant subject  - International/EAL experience is desirable  - Flexible to adapt to a new culture    The school offers an attractive salary package includes:  **Competitive monthly salary **Annual travel allowance **Work visa ...  [Read more]

Can I teach in China without a TEFL? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL FAQs

While teaching English in China traditionally requires a TEFL certification and a bachelor's degree, the criteria have seen frequent changes in recent years. To make sure you have the very latest requirements for your nationality, visit the Chinese Embassy website. What kind of visa do I need to teach English in China? What are the requirements to obtain a Z visa in China? To legally teach English in China, you must obtain a Z visa, which is the official work visa for the country. While the Z visa grants a 30-day stay initially, it is essential to subsequently secure a Temporary Residence Permit, which can last between 90 days and 5 years. To obtain a Z visa you must meet certain requirements, which range from nationality and age to qualifications and a few other crucial details. It is...  [Read more]

Pronunciation Challenges Students Face in China - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences Every learner of a foreign language may face pronunciation problems now and then. Languages that belong to one language group have more in common in phonics and are usually easier to learn to pronounce correctly. But such languages as English and Chinese are so different, that Chinese learners (and I bet English speaking learners of Chinese too) often have many difficulties in pronunciation. State of the problem Common pronunciation errors How to correct pronunciation problems Learn how to teach pronunciation effectively! Related Articles: Listen to this blog post: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Evgeniya S. I have been working in China as a teacher for more than six months now. When I arrived in this country, I hardly knew...  [Read more]

Tefl Review For In Class Beijing Course 2 - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

  This is a TEFL review from Hsing Hui Hsu, a teacher trainer at our Beijing training center in China. She is in charge of teaching grammar and phonology. Before coming to China, she taught in France where she was in charge of phonetics and oral communication. She enjoys working at the training center in Beijing and training TEFL trainees from all over the world who are ready to teach overseas and start their careers as ESL teachers. She recommends the in-class course to anyone who wants to live abroad working as an English language teacher. Register now & get certified to teach english abroad!  [Read more]

Top 10 Cities in China for Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Destinations If you are interested in teaching English as a foreign language, it is probably not news to you that China offers some of the best opportunities in the world for teachers. The country has over 300 million English learners leading to an incredibly high demand for qualified teachers in all parts of the country. Teaching English in Beijing Teaching English in Shanghai Teaching English in Guangzhou Teaching English in Hangzhou Teaching English in Kunming Teaching English in Chongqing Teaching English in Wuhan Teaching English in Chengdu Teaching English in Shenzhen Teaching English in Xi'an Teaching English in Nanjing Listen to this blog post Are you ready to teach English in China? Teacher salaries are very lucrative, ranging between 6000 RMB and 12000 RMB per...  [Read more]

TEFL Zhuhai - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL China ▷ ITTT course

Taking a TEFL course with ITTT in Zhuhai is a great choice for anyone who wants to teach English as a foreign language in China. Studying in this wonderful city will give you an invaluable insight into the diverse culture and history of the country and give you all the tools you will need to become a successful English language teacher here, elsewhere in China or even further afield. The city of Zhuhai is situated in an outstanding geographic location. It’s bordered by Macao to the south, Guangzhou to the north and is only 36 miles across the Pearl River Delta from Hong Kong. The city’s clean environment and attractive coastline are just two of the many reasons why our TEFL course trainees have given Zhuhai so much praise. Zhuhai was awarded the ‘International Award for Best...  [Read more]

TEFL Beijing - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TEFL China ▷ ITTT course

Having hosted the 2008 Summer Olympics, Beijing has been transformed into a model of Chinese modernity and offers visitors a taste of the country's urban essence like no other metropolis can. English teaching jobs are abundant throughout the city and those having earned their TEFL certificate with ITTT are guaranteed meaningful employment here or elsewhere around the country. Brimming with culture and history, Beijing is one of a few Chinese cities to have retained a large number of its cultural relics. The Forbidden City, the Great Wall, the Summer Palace and the ancient Qianmen area have all remained culturally intact and provide a fascinating glimpse into the past of this rapidly modernizing country. While daytime Beijing offers visitors a wealth of cultural attractions to experience,...  [Read more]

Step-By-Step Guide to Legally Teaching English in China - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Visa and Legal If you are interested in teaching English abroad, you probably quickly realized that China is one of the largest job markets for TEFL teachers at the moment. Truth is, China has over 300 million English learners and schools are hiring constantly. This large demand for qualified teachers leads to high salaries and great benefits to attract teachers to make the move. China is a great place to work in if you're a new teacher and if you have experience in the field. However, it is key to understand the country's current visa regulations and the local preferences of schools to be able to teach English in China. Listen to this blog post: Step 1: Understanding The Visa Situation Step 2: Get Your TEFL Certification Step 5: Apply for Jobs Are you ready for your...  [Read more]

Problems for Learners in China and How to Help Teachers Overcome Them - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas After spending five years in China as an ESL teacher, corporate trainer and university lecturer I would like to share a few of the most common problems for Chinese learners and ways for teachers to overcome them. I will focus on problems regarding cultural differences, pronunciation and first language interference. Social challenges Pronunciation First language influence Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Michal W. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Despite China's opening to the outside world in recent decades, it is still a very closed society with only anecdotal knowledge of Western culture (by...  [Read more]

Troubles Faced by Students from China When Learning English - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas If you think of Chinese ESL students it is safe to assume that most teachers would immediately worry about how they should teach phonics to Mandarin speakers. It is also true that the media has portrayed the Chinese accent as one of the most challenging to understand or even get rid of. Personal Experience Phonetical Errors Grammar Challenges Problems Due to Geographical Origin of Students Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Graciela G. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Usually, the first thing you will notice as an ESL teacher, speaking from experience, is the difficulty Chinese ESL students face...  [Read more]

Problems for ESL Learners in China - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences The English language has become so essential in china because the country wants to successfully promote internationalism and keep the lines of communication open for trade and business matters. As one of the global powers, it's in the country's best interest to keep afloat of shifting trends in international matters. Governmental decision Spelling Pronunciation Singular / Plural Aspect Gender Articles Lack of opportunities to practice Word order Individual differences Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Ramy M. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. The government has recognized that English is now...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Elementary English Teacher

Date posted:2024-04-17 | Writer: Nord Anglia Education | Email: [email protected] We’re looking to recruit an Elementary English Teacher to join our Dalian Huamei Bilingual School, a Nord Anglia Education school.   THE SCHOOL Established in 2010, Dalian Huamei School provides bilingual education in grades 1 to 12 for full-time Chinese students.Based on the Chinese curriculum requirements, the courses incorporate elements of an international program, such as American English and the sciences. Lessons are given in Chinese and English, creating an immersive learning environment. We also provide Grade 3 to Grade 12 students with opportunities to develop the ability to live independently.Guided by our School Wide Learner Outcomes, we aim to help students develop academic...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Primary English Teacher

Date posted:2024-04-20 | Writer: Keystone Academy China | Email: [email protected] Requirements for Teaching Staff at Keystone Academy Keystone Academy is a new model of education in China. It blends distinctive traditions in eastern, western, and international education, creating a “new world school” that is academically outstanding. At Keystone, we embrace a world that is dynamic and ever-changing. We learn from and we learn for this enterprising, global community. Our keystones are: • bilingual immersion in Chinese and English; • building character and community in a residential setting;  • promoting Chinese culture and identity in a world context. We are re-imagining the global preparedness needed to enable young people to become the leaders and trailblazers...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Guizhou Teaching Appointment

Date posted:2024-03-12 | Writer: SeekTeachers | Email: [email protected] Responsibilities: **Create engaging lesson plans that align with the curriculum objectives and effectively deliver English language instruction. **Foster a supportive classroom environment conducive to active learning. **Utilise interactive teaching methods such as group work, discussions, debates, and multimedia resources. **Provide individualised attention and support to meet the diverse needs of students. **Assess student progress regularly through assignments, tests, projects, and presentations. **Collaborate with colleagues on curriculum planning activities. **Communicate effectively with parents/guardians regarding student performance or concerns. **Participate in staff meetings, professional development...  [Read more]

Intl Recruit - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

About us - Intl Recruit, registered in 2013 in Chengdu China, we are one of the leading headhunting companies in southwest of China, we have established formal business cooperation with over 300 reputable and tops schools/ institutes, including: International & Public Schools (Primary, Middle and High Schools), International Kindergarten, English Language Institution, University & College. We pursue and strive for standing out in our industry by providing distinguishing, professional and efficient service for China's schools to find decent teachers and for teachers to obtain satisfied position in China, as well as providing assist for candidates on interviewing, visa and any other help for free, We are offering ESL English and other subjects (including: Chemistry, Physics, History,...  [Read more]

Problems for Young English Learners in Public Schools in China - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Since the opening of China to the Western world, Chinese society and economic prowess have both continued to grow at exponential rates. This has led to its status as a rising power, culturally and economically, and an international power increasingly interconnected with many parts of the globe. As Chinese educational infrastructure tries to match pace with the rapidity of the country's progress, one educational mandate that has persisted in importance over time has been that of English learning for all young learners across the country. The government sees English proficiency as a matter of national economic competitiveness, in fact requiring that English is taught as part of the public school curriculum as preparation for China's 高考 (gaokao),...  [Read more]

3 Things to Consider When Teaching University Students in China - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Teaching English to foreign students can be challenging, yet one of the most rewarding experiences. Providing education on the English language to young, middle-aged, or older individuals can be an eventful experience, shaping an instructor's portfolio and personal life. In this report, I explore possible advantages and disadvantages of teaching English to university students in China from a prospective instructor's perspective. Individual Needs Working on Personal Qualities Listen to this blog post Enjoying The Process Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Dhanisha N. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Teaching, in general, can be an action-packed...  [Read more]

How Learning Chinese Made Me A Better English Teacher In China - TEFL Blog

Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences The following blog post is about an ITTT graduate who shares his story on how learning Chinese helped him to become a better English teacher in China. What do you call someone who speaks only one language? "My insights into their language and culture were incredibly helpful." "Many Chinese are anxious about speaking English with natives - more so than is to be considered normative." "The best ESL teachers are the ones with experience with the native language of their students." Listen to this blog post Now it's your turn to get TEFL certified! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Joseph S. A common saying imparted to me by one of my professors goes like this: "What do you call someone who speaks three languages?...  [Read more]

TEFL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Primary Eal Teacher Suzhou ann. 2

Date posted:2024-03-11 | Writer: SeekTeachers | Email: [email protected] SeekTeachers is currently seeking for an experienced and committed Primary EAL teacher to join a school in Suzhou, China. The position is to start in August and this is a great opportunity to join one of the leading British schools in the country.   Our client is a young and vibrant school that continues to grow and develop. Drawing on the best practices of both British and International education, the school offers a curriculum based on the ENC up to IGCSE and IBDP in Year 12 and 13. The curriculum is suitably adapted to reflect the needs of students in an international school and extends well beyond the formal classroom into extra- curricular activities.    To apply, you must have:  **Have a...  [Read more]

What to Watch Out for Before Signing Your TEFL Contract in China - TEFL Blog

Kimberley Dale Visa and Legal TEFL Information Signing any contract can be daunting. However, if you know what to look out for as you go through the papers you have no need to be scared. There's more... Listen to this blog post Now you are ready for your adventure! Related Articles: We have compiled a checklist for you to keep with you as you read through your contract: Those are the most important things you will need to look out for. There are a few things you should also keep in mind when signing your contract: Even after going through the contract with the checklist above, get someone you trust to read through it before you sign it. You will sign two contracts: one before you leave for China and one when you arrive in China – please make sure that these two contracts are...  [Read more]

How Teaching in China Influenced me as a TEFL Specialist - TEFL Blog

Elizaveta Pachina Alumni Experiences I, as an out of school English teacher, have been teaching English in China for about one year. My students are coming from elementary schools or middle schools. The teaching is one to one. The background and personality of my students are various. Some students are very interested in learning English and want to take extra courses to improve their English proficiency. Students' Struggles English Speaking Environment Forceful Learning vs. Personal Approach Do you want to teach English abroad? Take a TEFL course! Related Articles: This post was written by our TEFL certification graduate Nan W. Please note that this blog post might not necessarily represent the beliefs or opinions of ITTT. Some students feel having more challenges in grammar,...  [Read more]

6 Facts about Teaching English in China - TEFL Blog

Jon ITTT Destinations Teaching English in China is as popular as ever and is one of the best places to put your TEFL certificate to use. In 2014, 7.26 million students graduated with Bachelor's and Master's degrees and the numbers were expected to rise in 2015. There are over 30,000 organizations or companies offering private English classes, with the Chinese market having nearly doubled in size in the last five years and is now worth around $3.1 billion. Money in China is good for English teachers Head away from the famous cities to save money China is increasingly diverse in its metropolitan areas There is an excellent transport network The country is ideally situated for exploring the wider region Chinese food in China is even more delicious than back home Do you want to teach...  [Read more]

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