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APC is currently hiring for 20+ positions, mostly in the city of Seoul, Seoul area, Busan and Daegu, with employment starts in April, May, June and July.
All the jobs require a 12-month commitment and a full-undergraduate degree (minimum). We cannot place non-native speakers of English (however good your English may be), nor can we place citizens of non-English speaking countries.
All the jobs involve teaching children. All of the jobs are M-F and require 25-30 hours of classroom teaching per week. All the jobs include the follo
Re: The 100 hour threshold and the CELTA (views: 4940)Online (Online) - Thu, 08 Feb 2007
Posted by eigoman
"Most full-time CELTA courses run over about 140 contact hours..." Interesting. It's curious that CELTA has become synonymous with the 100/6 hour requirements that define certificate training in the TESOL industry when the majority of Cambridge-sanctioned courses far exceed that threshold.
Re: The 100 hour threshold and the CELTA (views: 4864)Online (Online) - Thu, 08 Feb 2007
Posted by Martin McMorrow
Hi, well there is some connection between CELTA and the 100 hour mark. In the past, the minimum course length was set at 100 hours PLUS 6 hours teaching practice and 8 hours observation of experienced teachers - totalling 114. Several years ago, this was revised - the observation of experienced teachers was reduced to 6 hours and the total was increased to 120. But full-time CERT courses (known as RSA TEFL prep cert - and later just Cert - betwee....
The history of certicate training in TESOL (views: 4800)Online (Online) - Thu, 22 Feb 2007
Posted by eigoman
Interesting! Do you know if there is a book or website where more information on the history of courses like the CELTA can be found? I would be partiuclarly interested to know how and why Cambridge got involved post-RSA (if I have that right in terms of timeline). ....