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Q: l want to teach English in China

l am shelly south Africa citizen with Higher certificate in Education and studying ECD Foundation Phase degree with university of south Africa. l want teaching English job in China for preschool children to grade 3.l have 6 years teaching experience

6 weeks 2 days ago in  Teaching & Learning - China

 
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try applying to online jobs.
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it could be difficult for you to enter China.

And most important, are you sure your level of English is good enough?

"l am shelly south Africa citizen with Higher certificate in Education and studying ECD Foundation Phase degree with university of south Africa. l want teaching English job in China for preschool children to grade 3.l have 6 years teaching experience"

 

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try applying to online jobs.
BUT
it could be difficult for you to enter China.

And most important, are you sure your level of English is good enough?

"l am shelly south Africa citizen with Higher certificate in Education and studying ECD Foundation Phase degree with university of south Africa. l want teaching English job in China for preschool children to grade 3.l have 6 years teaching experience"

 

just saying

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Everybody knows my search engine is the bestest ...

 

https://chinabyteaching.com/teaching-english-in-china/am-i-eligible-to-t...

 

3. You must hold a Bachelor’s Degree

China has also decided it wants a certain foreign teacher to work there – one with a Bachelor’s Degree. The significant news is, however, that the degree can be in any subject. It does not need to be teaching or English specific at all.

Got a Bachelor Degree in Making Animals out of Inflatable Balloons? If the degree is legit in your country, then you can teach English in China!

 

4. You must have recognised and accredited TEFL certification – Teach English as a Foreign Language

A TEFL* certificate is one of the fundamental requirements to teach English in China in 2022. This is best gained online with one of the many agencies that offer world-class courses. TEFL certification is reasonably affordable and is really the best first-step into a wonderful teaching career anywhere in the world.

*TEFL certificates: If you don’t have this certificate, you will need to get it before applying for a teaching job. In your research, you will come across three varieties of English-teaching courses: TEFL, TESOL and CELTA.

 

... more ...

 

.. and-o ... knockin' yourself out with yer CV here:

 

https://jobs.echinacities.com

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I hope your English is gooder than what you typed. 

icnif77:

... butT ... 3rd graderz can't tell ....  ... about my wri-ting-tong ... .

 

I just try to tell you ...

"Shh, shh, shh, Shelly Big Belly'z broken heart on the teli ..".

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"Lucky native  English teachers .. working in China .."

.. s-pun intended ... 

 

... Wait ...

 

https://news.yahoo.com/chinese-harvard-student-decides-not-225302440.html

 

Chinese Harvard student decides ‘not to learn English anymore’

 

 A video of a Chinese Harvard student explaining why she has decided to “stop trying to learn English” has gone viral on Bilibili.

In the video uploaded on Thursday, 24-year-old Tatala shared her reasons behind why she no longer wishes to learn English. The video was submitted as an assignment for a Harvard Language and Equity course.

Tatala explains that she has always been a good student when studying English; however, she never felt satisfied and her confidence has wavered throughout the journey of learning the language. She provides several examples of when she felt that English had affected her confidence in school. 

According to Tatala, during primary school, she was given the English name “Wency” by her American teacher, which she often found difficult to pronounce due to her northern Chinese dialect. She would pronounce “Wency” as “Vency” despite her teacher correcting Tatala on multiple occasions.

 

“So I said ‘Yes sir, thanks for your instruction,’ and I went home practicing Wency a hundred times,” Tatala says.

Tatala, however, expressed disappointment that her teacher never attempted to call her by her Chinese name. 

“But he never realized that I was not even Wency. I have my name, in my language, that you didn’t even try to enunciate,” Tatala says in the video.

Tatala says she continued to receive good grades while studying English, and in middle school, she traveled abroad to the United Kingdom where her friend asked if she would rather have ham or turkey. When Tatala asked about the difference between the two, her friend and her mother both laughed as they explained how a pig says “oink oink” while a turkey says “clunk clunk.”

“I just didn’t know the vocabulary. It’s not that I’m too stupid to recognize animals,” Tatala says. 

Tatala recognized that English was affecting her life when she came to realize that she would blame everything on language although several factors affected the daily challenges that she faced, including her confidence and communication skills.

Rather than abandoning the language, Tatala explains that she no longer wishes to pursue the cultural identity behind English. She adds that language can cause people to judge personality, background and intention since language is considered to be a part of one’s identity.

“Even if I am just not perfect at English, so what? This is my second language. This is the lingua franca I was pushed to learn. No matter how well or how bad I speak English, I will have my voice.

Ethnic minority, Chinese, Asian, I will have my serpent’s tongue, my woman’s voice, my international student’s voice, my influencer’s voice. I will overcome the tradition of silence,” Tatala says in the video.

 

 The video has garnered 420,000 views and 33,000 likes since being uploaded. surprise

 

 

 

 

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A:What is 'formal offer letter'? Only legally accepted employment offer I know is a Contract! ... so, you just don't accept and sign the contract with the lower salary! Email exchanges, verbal discussions and other promises between you and employer aren't legally binding, so legal action isn't recommended. Mainly legal effective thingy is employer's stamped and signed contract! ... and after you ink it, employer can/will use your signed contract to apply for all necessary documents at Chinese governmental agencies as Working permit and all ... It would be better for you to not accept employment with such an employer, IMO 'cause you'll experience similar troubles by employer not respecting the contract later on. -- icnif77