Date registered: April 29, 2015
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We are looking for teachers to design high quality lessons for us. We want people capable of creating interesting, fun lessons that can engage learners of various levels and abilities. Obviously, experience and qualifications will be a factor but even without these things if you are able to design creative, excellent lessons we will consider you. Ideally, candidates will have an awareness of different learning styles, TPR etc.
Pay depends on a few factors, so it's hard to give a fixed number here. It would pay less than teaching, obviously, but for those experience teachers who already have a wealth of material saved up this would be easy money.
Candidates will be expected to be flexible, and able to use a variety of different materials, not just one set of textbooks for example. Materials used also would need to vary depending on the age and ability of the learners.
As this is not teaching, native or non native speakers may apply. Quality and professionalism are our priorities here.
You can get in touch by email: email@example.com. I'd advised sending emails directly rather than replying through this site as sometimes their system doesn't work.
A client of mine is looking for 4 teachers to participate in a summer camp from July 13th-22nd. It will be in Longquan, so not too far away. Accomodation will be provided(double room with AC), as well as food. Teachers who have a specialty in a subject other than teaching will be preferred, eg sports, musical instruments. There will be English classes during the camp, but the emphasis is on encouraging students to become more confident about using their spoken English and becoming more outgoing.
Salary will be between 5000-8000, depending on qualifications and experience.
Native English speakers only.
If you are interested please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. DO NOT REPLY THROUGH GOCHENGDOO!
I have a few different teaching positions available for the right candidates.
For those who want weekday work and to have their evenings and weekends free, I have some jobs available in kindergartens, elementary and middle schools. These pay on average 8000+ per month for roughly 20 hours a week work. Some of these start in September, and some kindergarten positions are available now.
I also have some more flexible positions available in various private English training schools around Chengdu.
Pay varies depending on the schools budget, if you're a native speaker or not, your qualifications and experience.
If you are looking for teaching work please don't hesitate to get in touch.
My company is a foreign owned company, and we aim to provide the best teachers to our clients, whilst also providing an honest and efficient service to our teachers (who we also view as our clients and equally important!). We try to anticipate and avoid as much of the common problems that often arise over here, and we have a clear idea of what being professional means!
If you'd like to know more contact me at email@example.com
The B active gym is off Linshiguan Lu, where the US Consulate is. It's in the middle of the two Poly Center buildings, on a small road called Shenglong Jie. You can see it on Google Maps here -
Good reply and advice. I'd just add, when giving feeback that's negative, try to "sandwich" it between positive feedback, or at least end with positive feedback. Works wonders..Also always speak privately with people, never in front of others.
I've been in Chengdu for four years, and sampled pretty much all the food this lovely city has to offer.
In terms of pizza, this is hands down the best pizza I've ever had here. This is not Italian style pizza, so if that's what you're expecting there may be a couple of Italian restaurants that make that kind of pizzas. They use quality ingredients, and make their food with care to produce a quality product. You can see this from the bulk of the reviews. I do prefer the thin crust, Italian style pizzas, and I hate the Americanized Pizza Hut style rubbish but this is so far from that even I'm very satisfied.
I think their prices are fair, considering the cost of getting high quality ingredients and maintaining a high standard of operation. It's certainly better than other competitors who charge almost as much but aren't even half as good.
Mike and Aiqing run their business professionally, and always make their best efforts to provide the highest standards of service. They have a small restaurant in Tongzilin, which is usually busy, and an even busier delivery service. I've been ordering from them from before the time they opened their restaurant, and I can tell you their service and food quality hasn't fluctuated noticeably.
If this sounds like a job reference so far, it's because
A)I just wrote one for someone
B)I'm vacillating between writing a short, to the point review and a long, tongue in cheek fable that may break the internet.
I know those two, and some of their fantastic staff. They have always been nice to me, on a couple of occasions even letting me pay later when I forgot I didn't have enough cash on me.
I see the reviews complaining about Mikes Rants, and I'd say to those people, in some circumstances I agree that it would be uncomfortable if you were sitting the restaurant while he had an outburst, but try to consider there may be a good reason, and also every restaurant kitchen has much, much worse. I am in the process of giving Michael some indirect counselling for anger management, hopefully in exchange for free pizza(@Mike). I've never witnessed him going off on one though, and I've been to the restaurant at least 50 times, so I don't think this happens as frequently as is suggested here. When you work flat out without a break for most of the day it can get hard to stay polite the whole time, and some people(usually customers) can be assholes. Anyone who's worked in any kind of service industry should know that customers often treat staff like crap, and sometimes deserve a bit of a slap. That rhymed, woo.
Their sandwiches are great too, I probably order that at least twice a week. Big and filling, very good stuff.
I don't have anything else to add to what's already been said here. Just give it a try, you won't be disappointed.
Oh and Mike totally ripped off my style for his epic rant. I resentfully doff my cap.