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TEFL/ESL TEACHER IN CHINA - ENGLISH FULL-TIME TEACHERS REQUIRED


Date 2017-09-14 19:09:03 Location : Asia:China


Recruiting for September 2017 to teach in: 
1. Hangzhou, a modern technological city which is the host of 2016 G20 summit and the capital of Chinese e-commerce. 
2. Shenzhen, one of the most advanced cities in China with 30 minutes to Hong Kong and a large community of expats. 
3. Suzhou, one of the most beautiful cities in China. 
4. Wuhan, Nanchang,...etc. 
We are looking for: 
Native level English Speakers for TEFL/ESL teachers 
All nations for Football/Dancing/Dramma/Music teachers 
(either with experience, monthly salary RMB9,000 to RMB13,000 or without experience RMB7,000 to RMB8,000) 
Energetic and in good health 
Graduates from any degree background 
Excellent communication and organisational skills 
Keen to experience a new culture 
For Non-Native level applicants, please send us your CV, we have other vacancies available for you. 
Your job is to deliver English classes: 
That are active and interesting with lots of activities 
That provide our students with lots of opportunities to practice speaking 
That help them to increase their active vocabulary by using relevant and interesting materials 
That help them to build their confidence to speak English 
That help them use useful language to communicate rather than memorize language for tests 
We expect you: 
to be outgoing and self-motivated 
to have a clear accent and to be professional (well dressed, punctual and well prepared for class 
to be friendly, helpful and to care about their progress as individuals 
to prepare an interesting and lively class by preparing a variety of activities 
to plan and implement interactive classes that facilitate active participation by the children 
to give focused and useful feedback on their English and class performance 
to be familiar with basic classroom management techniques such as, monitoring, giving feedback, using the whiteboard effectively, teaching vocabulary, correcting mistakes, giving clear instructions and explanations 
to teach up to 22 contact hours per week (each lesson: no more than 50 minutes) 
to attend workshops 
to attend school marketing activities