Teach English in Thailand
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An English Teaching Job in Thailand Could Be Your Chance of a Lifetime!
Stunning islands, modern bustling cities, ancient temples, and beautiful beaches are just some of the main attractions that you’re going to get up, close and personal with when you start your job teaching English in Thailand. A sun-drenched country with friendly locals and lots to see and do, Thailand is a country where gleaming skyscrapers and cutting edge technology mix and mingle with its ancient cultural roots and heritage.
ESL teachers in Thailand find plenty of opportunities both in and out of the classroom. From lounging on a beautiful isand, snorkeling in crystal clear waters to jungle trekking and exploring exciting city markets, you’ll very rarely want for something to keep you occupied in Thailand. While you’re teaching in a Thai public school, you’ll still more than enough opportunities to immerse yourself in Thai culture, study the language and enjoy everything that this beautiful country has to offer.
Reach To Teach currently works with the Thai Ministry of Education to offer teaching jobs at pubic schools throughout the country. Your salary as an English teacher in Taiwan will be more than enough to live a comfortable lifestyle and save for trips around Thailand and to other places in Asia!
English Teaching Jobs for Qualified ESL Teachers
If you’re someone who loves children and has a passion for cultures, there’s no better way to experience life in Asia than with a teaching position in Thailand. You don’t need teaching experience to teach at our schools in Thailand, but you must have a 120-hour TEFL certificate to qualify and demonstrate a desire to teach children of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re CELTA-, TEFL-, or TESOL-qualified, a University or college graduate, or if you’re just looking for a change from your current job, teaching English in Thailand could be just the opportunity that you’ve been looking for!
Typical Job Duties of an ESL Teacher in Thailand
Your ESL job duties will include the following:
- 20-25 in class teaching hours per week
- 10 office hours per week to prepare lesson plans and classroom activities
- Be responsible for providing a safe and fun learning environment for your students
At first glance, teaching may not seem like a demanding job, but don’t underestimate how challenging being in front of a classroom of children can be. It takes careful preparation and real caring for your students. Teaching English to young students is an important responsibility, so you’ll need to plan carefully for your classes, show caring for your students, and be aware of your students’ different learning styles and abilities. We always encourage and interesting and engaging classroom atmosphere. Additionally, you will also be spending your time administering tests, grading papers, and participating in staff meetings alongside your co-teachers.
Teach English in Thailand – The Benefits of Teaching in Thailand
The benefits of a first-year teaching position in Thailand include the following:
- A monthly salary of $30,000 Baht
- A housing stipend of approximately $2,000 Baht
- Assistance in finding a permanent apartment
- Health insurance coverage
- At Reach To Teach, we support you throughout your year (or more!)
An ESL job teaching English in Thailand will be both rewarding and challenging, so what are you waiting for? Apply for a teaching position in Thailand today!