Summer Teaching in
response to popular demand for teaching short-term in
all of these programs are our own creation, they involve a lot of legwork,
plodding and logistic preparation for us and our associates in
you decide to participate in a summer program in
China, you have a further option.
We organize a two-week pre-teaching tour to China that departs at the end of
June. The tour will take you to
following programs have been confirmed for 2003.
English Language Program 2003 in
OF THE PROGRAMS:
15- July 5
6- July 26
27- Aug 9
10- Aug 23
American volunteer teachers are required to arrive at Xi’an
Bo-Ai School before
on the arrival day.
Date" refers to the date to depart from
Xi’an. (Note: you may extend your
are advised to choose and teach one of the 4 programs.
4. The maximum of teachers needed for Programs A and D are 6 teachers, and for Programs B and C are 16 teachers.
OF THE PROGRAM: To teach Chinese students conversational English. The age of the
students ranges from
to 16 years old. Most of the
students have studied English for 2 to 4 years. The school prepares the teaching
textbooks for the teachers to refer to. Teachers are welcome to bring with them
easy reading materials, pictures, flashcards, etc. Each teacher is required to
teach a small class of 8 to 10 students, for three hours a day, five days a
OF TEACHERS: Native speakers of the English language, such as
AND COST: This is a service/study program. The school will provide free lodging
(double occupancy) and food (three meals a day), free local transportation, free
laundry and free tours in
has a history of 2,000 years
as Chinese capital in ancient times. There is a wealth of valuable historical
relics both above and under ground. Weekend tours include: Qin
Terra-cotta Army Museum, Banpo Neolithic Village
Museum, Huaqing Hot Springs, Shaanxi
History Museum, Forest of Atone Tablets, Big Wild Goose Pagoda, Small Wild Goose
Pagoda, Bell Tower, Drum Tower, The City Walls, The Han Tombs, The Tang Tombs, Famensi-City
of Buddhism, Zhou Yuan (Land of Bronze) Museum, Home
visits, Visit to Villages, etc.
your acceptance, an official notice and a contract will be sent to the
applicant. Your signed contract should be sent back before you apply for your
entry visa. You can send back your signed contract either by Fax or email.
The school will meet and pick up every teacher at the Xi'an Airport on the arrival dates. In case your flight is changed at the last minute, and nobody shows up when you arrive in
On the 2nd day after arrival, there is a short orientation program. The teachers will be shown around the campus and get familiar with different departments and facilities. The teachers will spend a few hours to prepare their first class in the next day.
At the request of the teachers, the school is willing to offer them classes (free of charge) on Chinese language, history, arts, Marshal Arts, etc.
If the teachers plan to tour to other Chinese cities after the program, the school will help make the arrangement via travel service.
FOR LONGER TERMS.
Being an English/computer/sports orientated school, Bo-Ai is
one of the key private schools in
(pronounced Hsuchow) is a historic city of 2000
years where many excavations of Han dynasty (206 B.C - 220 A.D.) tombs have been
made. By train, it is five hours from Nanjing, the
provincial capital to the south, four hours from Lianyungang,
a scenic seaside city lying at the east end of the Euroasia
Land bridge (the other end being Rotterdam), and two-three hours from Qufu,
Number of teachers needed: 3
Number of teachers needed: 3
Students: English teachers and Intermediate learners
Students: English teachers and Intermediate learners
July 15 to August 10
Four hours/day, M-F
TEFL for English language teachers; advanced reading and writing
English skills for reading and speaking
Conversation for intermediate learners
trips to Qufu,
Confucius hometown and the city of Lianyugang.
Royal Foreign Language
Situated on the
July 15 to August 20
Two free meals a day.
and students will live together in a way that we call "International
English Family". The students, ranging between 7 and 18, will be divided by
their age and English level. In the mornings, there will be 3 hours English
courses and in the afternoon, there will be some activities. On the weekend, we
will arrange some trips around the area, some islands, some springs, some
mountains, and so on.
teachers are needed for the program. Experience is required.
offers a two-year college level program in English. It is a combined study of English
language, Computer Application and World Affairs. The English language
courses enable the graduates to reach the level that they can freely use the
language in pursuing their further study in any higher education institute
worldwide in which the language of instruction is English. The computer courses
enable the graduates to apply the learned modern computer knowledge and skills
at WECL in their study, work and life. The world affairs courses enable the
graduates to have a deeper and better understanding of the world in political,
economic, and general fields. The world affairs courses emphasize in American
and Canadian geography, history and society. Over all, the two-year combined
study program at WECL, with the purpose to prepare its graduates to have all the
basic and necessary knowledge and skills to do either their further study in a
higher education institute in which English is the instructing language, or to
work in an English environment globally.
to teach: Conversational English
*Teaching period: July 14 to August 8
*Maximum teaching hours per week: 17, Monday - Friday
*Benefit Package: free accommodations
*Local tour: free & arranged
* Number of teachers needed: 8 in each site
of Program: Conversation English, beginning and intermediate
"A Conversation Book, English in Everyday Life, the revised Third
Edition", published by Prentice Hall Regents.
special note on WECL English College in
are located in the beautiful island city of
in southeastern China.
special note about the program in
is a beautiful port city in
Province, northeast China
popular with Chinese and
foreigners during the summer. The program is located at Liaoning
Normal (Teachers) University.
Program in Shenzhen
program will be held in Long Gang, Shenzhen, which
program will start from July 14th to
teachers will homestay with local upscale Chinese
families, who will provide all the meals. All the weekend tours in
will be covered by the
2000RMB for people without teaching experience and 2500RMB for people with
BJJH Primary School in Beijing
12-days summer program
Location: West Chang An Street, close to a metro station
Start date: around July 20th
School will offer free accommodations including a furnished air-conditioned room with a private bathroom (no TV, refrigerator, etc.) on campus, free meals and a stiped of 1,000RMB.
Workload: About 6 teaching
periods per day, each period being 40 mins. There is two-days off or two-day
city-tour with your students in the middle of the 12 days.
Students' age: 7-12 years
Teaching goal: improving the students conversational English, they have had some conversational English skills depending on their grades.
sites will be announced when firmed up. Don't lose heart if the schedule of any
of the programs fits yours because we can very likely match you with someone who
also has an irregular schedule, but it would be much easier for us and the
program sponsors if you can at least either start at the beginning and leave
early or start in the middle and teach till the end. It would be far more
difficult if you want to join a program later and leave it earlier.
you decide to apply for a summer position, please send us the following:
both hard copy and electronic copy via email. Please include your citizenship,
passport number, marital status and date of birth in your resume. If you do not
have email access, please submit a disk that contains your resume file.
Copy of the
first page of your passport with such information as your passport number,
expiration date and date of birth.
Copy of your
highest degree and teaching certificates, if any.
contact information of two references.
Two photos (as
required by the host schools for visa purposes).
your preferences of the programs and indicate if there is any program you do not
wish to teach.
fee of $50, payable to U.S.-China Educational Exchange in the form of a check or
money order, should be sent with the rest of the documents to:
fee will be refunded to you in its entirety should we fail to place you at one
of the programs. This is a one-time or life-time fee in that if you decide to go
back to China in the future to teach long-term or short-term after you have
returned from teaching there, we'll provide the placement service to you free of
charge for as many times as you want.
above constitutes an application. There is no other form to fill out. Placement
is conducted on a first-come-first-served basis until the positions are filled.
free to ask us if you have any questions. For information about our organization
and other programs, please check http://www.US-ChinaEdExchange.org.
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