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One month substitute English teacher position

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One month substitute English teacher position

Postby SimonSimon » 26 Jul 2016, 12:02

Hello there,

First of, sorry if this is not the right place to post a job offer, but google gives me a security warning when I follow the link in the sticky.
Second, first post here and long time lurker, so thank you all members for all the great content available here.

Now on to the job! I'm going back home for a month and (oddly) my boss ask me to find someone who could replace me this December (2016). The cram school is in Kaohsiung, Alian district. You'll be teaching phonics and reviewing previous classes 5 hours a week to kids and teenagers. You'll be provided all the teaching materials by me or the Taiwanese reference teacher. You'll need to implement activities/games into your class as well as making sure that the kids speak English and are having a good time. Your class lasts 30 mins, you do your thing and then leave it to your Taiwanese reference teacher. A Native speaker or someone with an amazing accent is required.

For further information, please leave a message or PM me.

Kind regards,
Simon.
SimonSimon
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