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  • Living and Working in Japan: A guide for US Citizens May 23, 2012
    Japan is a stable, highly developed parliamentary democracy with a modern economy. Tourist facilities are widely available, except in coastal areas of Northeast Japan still recovering from the aftermath of the March 11, 2011, earthquake and tsunami. Below is a comprehensive list of all the information you should read before visiting or relocating to […]
  • Experience a New Culture When you Teach English in China May 21, 2012
    The human desire to help others is an innate one. This is why, despite the negative aspects, people are still very attracted to the profession of teaching, notes Thomas Galvin. It has been regarded for centuries as a very noble job, and no doubt this will continue for centuries to come. Many teachers these […]
  • The Importance of Vocabulary Roots in AP English April 16, 2012
    The Advanced placement exams are very important for students, suggests Joseph Paul, as they look very good on the students’ report cards and also help them to get credit in certain universities which helps them to save a major portion of the tuition money demanded from students who have not cleared the exam. The […]
  • Business Translation: A Useful TEFL Sideline? April 8, 2012
    The use of translation in business is heavily underestimated and misunderstood. However translation has a big part to play in business and is rapidly becoming one of the most useful things an organisation can use to get ahead in the business world. Whether it be using in-house translators to transcribe documents, official papers […]
  • How to Judge the Quality of Language Learning Software March 21, 2012
    We all know that learning a language is a great way to enhance the look of your resume! Fortunately, there are lots of different options available to you to help you make that a reality. Out of the vast number of options available to you, the option that provides you with the most […]
  • The worst ELT interview questions… and how to answer them March 12, 2012
    Some friends of Naturegirl123 were talking about interview questions that they got. Here are some difficult ones to answer and suggested answers. What religion are you?/ Are you X religion? This could be a legit question if you’re applying to a religious school. If you have the same religion as the school, simply say […]
  • Invoice factoring as a way of financing your language school March 12, 2012
    You’re looking into alternative ways to keep the finances in order in your burgeoning language school. Why not consider invoice factoring? Please don’t think of invoice factoring as a loan because it’s actually something quite different to that: it is more correctly defined as the acquisition of a financial asset. What does that mean? […]
  • Language Classes… Heat Up Careers! March 9, 2012
    Whether you love the snow or can’t wait until the warmer days of spring, this is a time of year when we all start to get a little stir-crazy, suggests Charlotte Evans. Winter was fun back in December but now the cold temperatures and extra layers of clothing are starting to feel a bit […]
  • Learning and Communicative Strategies March 6, 2012
    Introduction Communicative strategies are systematic techniques employed by a speaker to express his meaning when faced with some difficulty and the difficulty here refers to the speaker’s inadequate command of the language used in the interaction (Faerch & Kasper, 1983:16). On the other hand, the term learning strategies has been defined as “the higher- […]
  • Optimizing Computer-Assisted Language Learning (CALL) March 6, 2012
    Technology transforms virtually all human pursuits, notes Michael G. Hines. In the field of education, the use of audiovisual aids, computers, and telecommunication devices has radically altered classroom dynamics. For ESL and TFL practitioners, the possibilities being opened up by technology are highly promising, with the currently accepted practices alread […]

Planning to Teach English in China?

All across the globe, many individuals have seen a pressing need to learn the English language. This is due to reasons which vary for different people. There are some who want to learn the language because it is used by most onlines sites. On the other hand, there are some individuals who are interested with the celebrities of Hollywood. They want to learn how to speak English, so that they will be able to understand celebrity news. There are also some people who want to make their travel to the USA easy, while there are some who are interested with the politics of the country. However, the most well known reason would be easier communication with business clients.

There are various countries which are searching for foreign degree holders to teach English language to their students. Among these is China wherein ESL schools are located all over the mainland. If you want teach english you can apply at an ESL center in Zhenjiang. This language school is owned by an American, and it provides teaching jobs all throughout the country. You will work full time for 25 hours each week, with a monthly salary of 6,000 to 7,000RMB.

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Even if you are far from your home, you have no reason to worry about where you are going to stay. The school will provide you with a fully-furnished room. What is more, you will be offered with an air ticket allowance. If you want to teach English in China, you have to be a native speaker of the language. You have to be a resident within countries like Canada; United States; United Kingdom; New Zealand; and Australia. You also need an associate degree or bachelor’s degree for you to qualify for the position.

Other than being a native English speaker and a degree, you are required to submit the following along with your e-mailed application letter:

* a copy of your diploma
* your resume
* a clear recent photo
* a certification copy of TESOL or TEFL
* a passport copy
* your phone number
* your credentials

If you want to teach English and would like to know more regarding an opportunity to teach English in China, you can log on to as well as

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