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TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Native English Speaking Teacher Wanted To Teach Tefl In Korea


Native English speaking teacher wanted to teach TEFL in Korea Date posted:2002-03-28 | Writer: Park OverseasPersonnel Sevice (POPS) | Email: [email protected] Park Overseas Personnel Service (POPS) specializes in recruiting individuals to teach conversational English to Koreans. POPS was established in 1991 as a pioneer in this field. We represent many of the well-known institutes in South Korea, for example The Korean Herald Kids School presently has about 70 schools and expanding rapidly. POPS works directly with these institutes through its branch offices in Korea. With 10 years of experience POPS is now very successful and has numerous connections, individuals may qualify for positions at the Universities or within the government. Salary and Benefit: - Salary 2 million Won to...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Native English Speaking Teacher Wanted To Teach Tefl In Korea


Native English speaking teacher wanted to teach TEFL in Korea Date posted:2002-03-28 | Writer: Park OverseasPersonnel Sevice (POPS) | Email: [email protected] Park Overseas Personnel Service (POPS) specializes in recruiting individuals to teach conversational English to Koreans. POPS was established in 1991 as a pioneer in this field. We represent many of the well-known institutes in South Korea, for example The Korean Herald Kids School presently has about 70 schools and expanding rapidly. POPS works directly with these institutes through its branch offices in Korea. With 10 years of experience POPS is now very successful and has numerous connections, individuals may qualify for positions at the Universities or within the government. Salary and Benefit: - Salary 2 million Won to...  [Read more]

Lesson Higher TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Lesson Higher TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Lesson Higher TEFL and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts C.T. - Korea said: Problems for English Learners in korea There are a variety of problems facing language learners in korea. In the course of this paper I will avoid discussing the obvious issues, such as the "L/R" pronunciation problem that is typical of Asian students, and focus on further reaching ones. The issues I intend to address are cultural and institutional. That is to say, that korean culture and the education system itself presents a unique set of problems for language...  [Read more]

Teaching English in South Korea - the Salary and Budget Guide - TEFL Blog


Tue, 07 Aug 2018 Linda Dunsmore Budget and Salary Destinations Teaching English in South Korea - the Salary and Budget Guide The following guide will help you answer the question: How much can I earn (and save) teaching English in South Korea? You will also find information on the local cost of living in order to figure out how much to budget for when moving to South Korea. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: The Typical Salary for English Teachers in South Korea Other Benefits to Expect When Teaching English in South Korea How to Earn Extra Cash While Teaching English in South Korea The Cost of Living in South Korea Cost of Living in South Korea: Food Cost of Living in South Korea: Leisure Activities Cost of Living in South Korea: Transportation Cost of Living in South...  [Read more]

TEFL South Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Positions For Efl Teachers Throughout Seoul


Positions For EFL Teachers Throughout Seoul Date posted:2011-05-18 | Writer: Planet People | Email: [email protected] Seoul is the largest city in South Korea and the unquestioned economic, political and cultural hub of the country. Seoul represents the country's center for business, education, and modern culture. It offers many activities for everyone, including museums and palaces, parks and mountains, and amusement parks and night clubs. Everything you ever need is here in Seoul.Let Planet People, a reliable and trusted partner to those TEFL qualified candidates looking to find the best English teaching jobs in Seoul, guide you top the best ESL teaching jobs in the “City of lights,” Seoul. With almost a decade of experience in the industry, native English speakers are...  [Read more]

TEFL Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ Positions For Efl Teachers Throughout Seoul


Positions For EFL Teachers Throughout Seoul Date posted:2011-05-18 | Writer: Planet People | Email: [email protected] Seoul is the largest city in South Korea and the unquestioned economic, political and cultural hub of the country. Seoul represents the country's center for business, education, and modern culture. It offers many activities for everyone, including museums and palaces, parks and mountains, and amusement parks and night clubs. Everything you ever need is here in Seoul.Let Planet People, a reliable and trusted partner to those TEFL qualified candidates looking to find the best English teaching jobs in Seoul, guide you top the best ESL teaching jobs in the “City of lights,” Seoul. With almost a decade of experience in the industry, native English speakers are...  [Read more]

Dates TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Dates TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Dates TEFL and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts C. B. - U.S.A. said: Problems for Learners in the ROKHaving taught English in the ROK for the past twelve months, I have come to understand firsthand a number of issues facing students learning English in South korea. The most prevalent issue I recognized in my time teaching in the ROK was the structure of Hagweons, the private English academies attended by many school-age students pursuing more than the fundamental knowledge of the English language provided through their regular schools. As may...  [Read more]

Teaching English in South Korea - What you need to know! - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Teaching English in South Korea - What you need to know! 02/03/2021 hi and welcome to another live session by itt my name is linda and i'm here today um to talk about teaching english in south korea so welcome welcome um i'm just gonna wait for um people to join please do let me know if you can hear me if you can see me or if you're not if you can't hear me if there's a problem if anything's wrong uh because that would be um bad obviously so yeah drop a comment um just leave a high and uh where you're tuning in from that would be really helpful let me know where you guys are watching from and um yeah i can see a few people have joined already hi thanks so much for joining awesome okay i got a yes i can hear you from mika awesome or micah sorry if i pronounce that wrong but yeah uh yeah...  [Read more]

A Day in the Life of an EPIK Teacher in South Korea - TEFL Blog


Tue, 18 Aug 2020 Brittany Varano Destinations Alumni Experiences A Day in the Life of an EPIK Teacher in South Korea For those thinking of teaching English in South Korea, the EPIK program offers one of the best job opportunities in Asia. An acronym that stands for "English Program in Korea," EPIK hires native English teachers to co-teach or lead English lessons in public elementary, middle, and high schools around the country. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: So, who can teach English with EPIK? A Day in the Life of An EPIK Elementary Teacher: A Normal Teaching Schedule 7:00 - 7:30 am Wake Up + Get Ready 8:00 am Walk to School 8:30 am School Starts 9:00 am - 12:20 pm First - Fourth Periods 12:10 pm - 1:10 pm Lunch 1:10pm - 2:40pm Fifth + Sixth Periods 2:40 pm Students Go...  [Read more]

Provider Professional TEFL - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Provider Professional TEFL Check out tefl tesol about Provider Professional TEFL and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts G. R. - Korea said: English as a Global LanguageFrom the language used in airports and international governing bodies like the United Nations, English has become a global language. The internet, being the chief contributor to globalization, uses English as its primary form of communication. How has the spread of English affected countries that have never before concerned themselves with its acquisition? In countries like South korea, teaching English as a second...  [Read more]

Teaching English in South Korea - Should You Teach in the Countryside or City?


Wed, 13 Jun 2018 Prachi and Morgan from AlienEating Destinations Alumni Experiences Teaching English in South Korea - Should You Teach in the Countryside or City? Teaching. It's frustrating, exhausting, and a whole lot of kid wrangling. Table of Contents City Teaching Rural Teaching Related Articles: It's also rewarding, eye-opening and will give you more patience than you ever thought possible. I had no idea how much went into this job. One day when I'm in Forbes 30 Under 30, I'm going to personally send a tower of Ferrero Rocher to every teacher in the world. This job is a huge responsibility and it's more difficult than I ever imagined. I urge everyone to dip a toe into the teaching world at least once. I've taught English in South Korea for two years now in both the open...  [Read more]

Learning English in Korea: Which Mountain Do We Climb First? - TEFL Blog


Mon, 20 Apr 2020 Elizaveta Pachina Teaching Ideas Learning English in Korea: Which Mountain Do We Climb First? When I was a university student, my roommate was from Busan, South Korea. I loved spending time with him. We became incredibly close friends, and I also became close to the other students who came through the same foreign exchange program as he did. I helped them learn English regularly, checking and proofreading essays and explaining phrases to them. They left the United States after one semester, but they had already introduced me to other Korean students who would be there for two more years. I enjoyed learning about their culture and the cultural differences that we had. I also learned a lot about the obstacles that my friends faced in learning English, and worked to...  [Read more]

Teachers Never Stop Learning - A TEFL Alumna's Thoughts on Being a Teacher - TEFL Blog


Tue, 04 Dec 2018 Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences Teachers Never Stop Learning - A TEFL Alumna's Thoughts on Being a Teacher My teaching experience began in a whirlwind. I graduated from college a semester ahead of my class, married, lived with my husband in my sister's basement for two months, and moved to South Korea. We had no idea what to expect. Sure, we'd read the blogs, talked to the director of our school, and even talked with people we know who had lived and taught in Korea. It still didn't fully prepare us for what to expect, how amazing it would be, and how hard. We lived in South Korea for 19 months teaching three through seven year olds daily and first through third graders several times each week. Table of Contents Are you ready to teach English abroad? Related...  [Read more]

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Lulu Johnson Hello everyone! My name is Lulu, and I am currently a Fulbright recipient in South Korea for the next year (2021). A little about me: I was originally born in China but was adopted into a USA family. I grew up knowing I wanted to become a doctor and went to college in the Midwest and majored in Nutritional Science Pre-Med. Initially going into college and throughout most of college, I thought I would go directly into medical school after graduating, however, I decided to take a detour on my pursuit of medicine by taking a break from academics. During my year off, I decided to apply for Fulbright because I did not feel ready for medical school and wanted to try something completely different and outside of my comfort zone. I wanted to experience and travel to other countries...  [Read more]

How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects   Hello everyone, how are you doing? Linda from ITTT, back again with another live session. I’m super excited to be here today to talk about this exciting topic, teaching English abroad and how it enhances your career prospects. I'm just going to wait for a couple more people to join, you know how it usually works. Once we are a good sized group of people we can start diving into this topic. If you can hear me and if you can see me please leave a comment. We are live on Facebook and on YouTube at the same time, so wherever you're watching from just leave a quick hi or hello in the comment section and also let me know where you are watching from. I am in South Korea about an hour and a half south of Seoul in a city called...  [Read more]

Live Session with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" - TEFL Blog


Fri, 19 Mar 2021 Federico Riva Destinations Alumni Experiences Live Session with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" Welcome to another live session this week and we're on at a different time this week. Usually we're a little bit earlier, but we have a special guest today, and that's because she's based in Germany. So we had to change the time a little bit. I'm Linda from ITT, you've probably seen me before, if you've watched us live and I'm here with Brit today. Table of Contents Watch the live session here That's cool, that's exciting. Have you been to Luxemburg? Like I said, we have Brittany here today. We're doing a TEFL talk, sort of a casual TEFL talk today. We are live on Facebook, and we're also live on YouTube. So please don't hesitate to ask questions. Why did you...  [Read more]

Private or Public Schools in South Korea - Where is it Better to Teach English? - TEFL Blog


Mon, 30 Apr 2018 Linda Dunsmore Destinations TEFL Information Private or Public Schools in South Korea - Where is it Better to Teach English? Teachers in South Korea either work for private language institutes, called Hagwons, or public schools through the government-funded EPIK program. Both options are highly popular and offer good salaries and other benefits. However, there are a couple of distinct differences that might help you to decide whether working at a private or public school in South Korea is a better fit for you. Table of Contents Listen to this blog post: Differences in the Hiring Process Differences in Salary Differences in Working Hours Differences in Vacation Time Other Differences Between Public and Private Schools in South Korea Which School Type Suits You Most?...  [Read more]

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Older Posts What’s Stopping You from Teaching English Abroad? Mark Crocker TEFL Information Although leaving behind your existing life to teach English in another country is a big deal that needs to be thought through, it is likely to be one of the best decisions you will ever make. So why doesn’t everyone do it? Here we look at the top reasons why people put off or abandon their dreams of teaching overseas and ways to fix them. Teaching English in South Korea - the Salary and Budget Guide Linda Dunsmore Budget and Salary Destinations South Korea is one of the largest EFL markets in the world. If you are interested in joining the thousands of English teachers in Korea, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in South Korea. What to Watch Out...  [Read more]

Cultural Sensitivity in the Classroom – Focus on Teaching English To Non-Native Speakers - TEFL Blog


Mon, 11 Feb 2019 Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Cultural Sensitivity in the Classroom – Focus on Teaching English To Non-Native Speakers Today's classroom is a global entity and unless appropriately addressed, issues of cultural diversity have the potential to severely diminish the success of even the most dedicated teachers and promising students. In order to promote an atmosphere that enables all students to be successful in learning English in the ESL (English as a Second Language) classroom, it is critical that each student feels safe, respected and appreciated. In today's diverse and multi-cultural climate, this sensitivity has never been more important. Table of Contents Creating An Environment To Promote Cultural Sensitivity Showing interest in your...  [Read more]

How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects 05/27/2021 hello everyone hello tefl friends how are you doing linda here from itt back again with another live session super excited to be here today to talk about this this exciting topic um teaching english abroad and how it enhances your career prospects so i'm just gonna wait uh for a couple of people to join you know how it usually works and um yeah once we're our a good sized group of people we can start diving into this topic and if you can hear me if you can see me please just leave a comment we are live on facebook and on youtube at the same time so wherever you're watching from just leave a quick hi or hello into the comment section and also let me know where you are watching from i am in south korea about an hour and...  [Read more]

Live Session With ITTT Alumna Brittany From 'The Life Of Brit' - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Live Session with ITTT Alumna Brittany from 'The Life of Brit'   Welcome to another live session this week and we're on at a different time this week. Usually we're a little bit earlier, but we have a special guest today, and that's because she's based in Germany. So we had to change the time a little bit. I’m Linda from ITT, you've probably seen me before, if you've watched us live and I’m here with Brit today. Hi Brit! Hi, thanks for having me, and painting your time to meet my schedule, and thank you so much for getting up early.I know it's early in Germany right now. just have my coffee and I’m good to go.That's awesome,where in Germany are you exactly? so I’m based near Trier, which is along the border with Luxembourg. So very close to Luxembourg? That's cool,...  [Read more]

How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects - TEFL Blog


Mon, 14 Jun 2021 Federico Riva TEFL Information Alumni Experiences How Teaching English Abroad Enhances Your Career Prospects Hello everyone, how are you doing? Linda from ITTT, back again with another live session. I'm super excited to be here today to talk about this exciting topic, teaching English abroad and how it enhances your career prospects. Table of Contents Watch the live session here Self Introduction Will teaching English abroad hurt my career? Benefit #1: You will gain international work experience. Benefit #2: Teaching English abroad will make you stand out. Benefit #3: You will learn how to adapt to new situations and to live and work with people from different cultural backgrounds. Benefit #4: You will develop organizational and communication skills as well as the...  [Read more]

Authorized TEFL Courses - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Authorized TEFL Courses Check out tefl tesol about Authorized TEFL Courses and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: Check out ITTT's Blog Posts A.F. - South Korea said: Classroom ManagementFor this final assignment I have chosen to focus on classroom management as it is a vital component to a successful class. According to Harry K. Wong & Rosemary T. Wong, ?classroom management refers to all of the things that a teacher does to organize students, space, time, and materials so that student learning can take place? (2005, p. 84). Once everything is organized it is equally important to let the students know...  [Read more]

TEFL Talk with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


TEFL Talk with ITTT Alumna Brittany from "The Life of Brit" 11/27/2020 hello welcome to another live session this week and yeah we're on at a different time this week usually we're a little bit earlier um but yeah we have a special guest today and that's why because she's on base in germany so we had to change the time a little bit yeah i'm linda from itt you've probably seen me before if you've watched our lives and i'm here with brit today hi brit hi thanks for having me and painting your time to meet my schedule yeah and thanks so much for getting up early i know it's early in germany right now oh yeah just have my coffee and i'm good to go yeah that's awesome where in germany are you exactly so i'm based near trier which is along the border with luxembourg so very close to luxembourg...  [Read more]

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Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home. Read my articles Why you should volunteer as a teacher at least once in your life? | ITTT | TEFL Blog Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences In this post, an ITTT graduate looks at why everyone should volunteer as a teacher at least once in their life. Top Reasons to Volunteer Abroad as a Teacher | ITTT | TEFL Blog Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences In this blog post, a recent TEFL course graduate shares their thoughts on why someone should try out volunteer teaching. Classroom Management - What is it and how do I implement it? | ITTT | TEFL Blog Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences ...  [Read more]

Teaching English in 2021 ✅ What You Need to Know - TEFL Blog


Wed, 03 Mar 2021 Federico Riva Destinations TEFL Information Teaching English in 2021 ✅ What You Need to Know Teaching English in 2021. A few people have told me about their teaching journey already, so keep letting me know what your plans are in terms of teaching English abroad or teaching English online. Somebody said they're interested in teaching online, so that's really cool. Someone new has just joined us from Laos, hi there. We have Margaret who is also teaching online, very cool. I'm going to talk a little bit about teaching English online in this presentation. Juliana says hi, I think you've watched before as I recognize your picture, thanks for tuning in again. It's really good to see new faces and old faces in our TEFL family today. Table of Contents Watch the live...  [Read more]

Your Questions About TEFL & TESOL Answered! - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Your Questions about TEFL & TESOL Answered!   Welcome, I'm Linda from ITTT, and we are doing a live Q&A session today, so let me just check if this is working. Is anybody here if you're here, if you can see me if you can hear me. Please, leave a comment. That would be great so that I know that you are here. And, please, let me know where you guys are tuning in from? I would be super interested to see where you are tuning in from. I'm in South Korea. I'm about an hour and a half outside of Seoul, like in the middle of South Korea in a city called Cheongju. It's not that big. It is quite big, but it's not pretty well known, but um, I've been here for five and a half years already. So, hello, some people are here great! Hi, welcome! Where are you guys? Please, let me know. So...  [Read more]

Where to Earn the Highest Salaries Teaching English Abroad - TEFL Blog


Thu, 01 Mar 2018 Linda Dunsmore Budget and Salary Where to Earn the Highest Salaries Teaching English Abroad There are many reasons why some people decide to teach English abroad. Some want to explore a new culture or learn a new language. Others want to gain teaching experience or be able to save a lot of money to pay off student debt or simply make some money for the future. Table of Contents Teaching English in Asia Teaching English in South Korea Teaching English in Taiwan Teaching English in China Teaching English in Japan Teaching English in the Middle East Teaching English in Saudi Arabia Teaching English in the United Arab Emirates Teaching English in Europe Teaching English in the Czech Republic Teaching English in Latin America Listen to the blog post Are you ready to...  [Read more]

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Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home. Read my articles How to Motivate High School Students in the ESL Classroom | ITTT | TEFL Blog Linda Dunsmore Alumni Experiences Teaching Ideas Are you teaching high schoolers and aren't seeing high participation rates? Here are some of the best ways how to motivate high school students in the ESL classroom. In-class and online TEFL/TESOL courses: What’s the Difference? | ITTT | TEFL Blog Linda Dunsmore TEFL Information There are three different ways to earn a TEFL/TESOL certificate. The benefits of each course depend on the needs of the trainee, but each option has something to...  [Read more]

Live TEFL Q&A: We Answer All Your TEFL/TESOL Questions - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT


Live TEFL Q&A: We Answer All Your TEFL/TESOL Questions   Hi, I am back for another live session this week. My name is Linda from ITTT. I took a break last week, I was traveling a little bit in Korea, not too far but I got to enjoy the cherry blossoms. That's why there was no live session from me last week. But I'm back this week and I'm super excited. Today we're going to have a Q&A session, so you guys can ask me questions about TEFL and TESOL, teaching abroad, teaching online, whatever you want to know about. So something a bit more casual, let's have a chat. I would like to get to know you guys better and you can get to know me, ITTT and TEFL. If you can see me and hear me please drop a hi or something into the comment box so that I know that everything is working well. ...  [Read more]

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