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First Leap Sanya

Outside picture of First Leap Sanya School
Job Description Class size: 10 – 14 students in one class. Class duration: 40 minutes to 1 hour Working Hours: 36 Hours (Wednesday - Sunday ); this includes office hours, training and teaching hours. Curriculum: CLIL (Content Learning Integrated Language) formed curriculum, Chinese teachers provide standard English language classes, then you as a 'Foreign teacher' will provide Engl...
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First Leap Zhengzhou

First leap Zhengzhou Jianye branch 2
Job Description Class size: 10 – 14 students in one class. Class duration: 40 minutes to 1 hour Working Hours: 36 Hours (Wednesday - Sunday ); this includes office hours, training and teaching hours. Curriculum: CLIL (Content Learning Integrated Language) formed curriculum, Chinese teachers provide standard English language classes, then you as a 'Foreign teacher' will provide Engl...
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Saint George English

Saint George English is an excellent new school in Changzhou, only a short train ride from the mega city of Shanghai. The school is brand new and owned and ran by a British expat and his wife. The school has second to none facilities and provides an excellent remuneration package. Job Description Teachers will: Work up to 40 hours per week. Of this up to 24 hours will be teaching Teach c...
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EF Xuzhou

EF Xuzhou
Job Description The teacher works for 40 hours per week, to be arranged by the DoS and/or the CM, including up to 87 real contract teaching hours per calendar month. This represents an average of 20 real hours per week over 4.33 weeks. This means that it is possible to teach more than 20 real hours some weeks and others less, averaging out to 20 real hours per week. The teacher will be...
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I2 English

I2 English is a rapidly growing school with a modern approach to teaching English. I2 Guiyang is in a vibrant city ideal for exploring the real China. Job Description Provide English course to students of all ages (3 to 12 mainly, but teens and adults as well) Give demonstration classes to prospective students and participate in marketing activities Attend weekly meeting, training, wor...
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Giraffe English Nanjing

Giraffe English Nanjing is a key franchisee of the Taiwan based Giraffe English Franchise. The Nanjing schoolis ran by Baozhen Education group and has been open since 2010. Over the years Giraffe English Nanjing has grown to an impressive 20 branches across the city and over 8000 students and 200 local teachers.  Nanjing was the former capital of China and is a huge city with lots to explore. Job...
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All English

All English is a foreign language training school based in the city of Shenyang, Liaoning. Since we started in 2013, we have developed our own challenging and fun curriculum to allow teachers to follow and create exciting and engaging lessons for students aged 3-12 years old. Our staff have many years of experience in the education industry, with members formerly working in China, South Korea, Aus...
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The Coronavirus Situation and how it affects teaching in China

Developments all around the world have now taken place changing the current situation. You can see full details at our latest coronavirus situation article here at https://www.nooneliterecruitment.com/articles/when-will-english-teaching-positions-resume-and-how-has-the-coronavirus-pandemic-affected-these-jobs/  For the past few weeks a disease has devastated the city of Wuhan in China’s Hubei p...
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Why are ‘Teaching jobs in China’ Facebook groups terrible places for finding a job?

Architecture in Shangri la, Yunnan
We've all seen them, the Facebook groups that start overnight and soon swell with thousands of active members. In these groups are an overload of beautiful sounding positions. Vacancies are listed with an equally diverse range of spelling and grammar mistakes as the reputation of the recruiters that advertise them. Simon in Dalian can offer you an incredible 250k salary in a new kindergarten. Mea...
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Teach English in China for 1 year or don’t bother at all

Chinese characters lit up at a bar
Teaching English in China is a major life changing experience. You literally uproot your entire life and move thousands of miles away to an entirely different culture. With such a huge change it's easy to consider dipping your toes in the water and going for a shorter period. Here is why that's a terrible thing to do and how the choice of a year or nothing helps so much with deciding whether or no...
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