• Teach English in China as a home-tutor for 3 months *Beijing & Shanghai*

    Teaching English, helping with homework & sharing your native culture are your main goals on this 3 month paid TEFL internship...plus hanging out & having fun. Enjoy rent-free accommodation & meals plus a monthly allowance for socializing. At the end of your contract you'll also receive a bonus plus flight reimbursement. Check out more info at https://premiertefl.com/internships/china-homestay/

    published: 01 Nov 2016
  • Become an Online ESL Tutor! Work from home at $15 / hour.

    About us: Shanghai Yinsen Culture & Communication Co., Ltd (9ichat) is an online English tutor service. We provide English speaking opportunities and American cultural engagement to young children, teenagers, college students, and young professionals in China. At 9ichat, our goal is not only to provide English tutors to Chinese students, but more importantly, to help them develop engaging and productive relationships with their teachers and learn about American culture. About this position: This is a part-time, online, contract-based English tutor position, with the opportunity to work 7-14 hours a week. The position requires a 9 month commitment. The tutor’s job will be to help clients from China, most of whom are children, to practice oral English and learn American culture via our...

    published: 29 Sep 2016
  • Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

    http://edition.cnn.com/2009/BUSINESS/11/08/hong.kong.celebrity.tutors/index.html Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN) Hong Kong, China (CNN) -- Dressed in Louis Vuitton from head to toe with the exception of a Gucci belt, Richard Eng stands out in his neighborhood in Hong Kong's New Territories. When we arrive at his home, the 45 year old father of one warmly welcomes us. His manners are as impeccable as the hairstyle and clothes that he proudly wears. But it's not the chic and manicured man standing in front of us that's caught our attention -- but the bright yellow Lamborghini parked in his driveway. Now, as we all know, teachers around the world are renowned for being over worked and underpaid; but that rule does NOT apply to Hong Kong's "celebrity t...

    published: 12 Nov 2009
  • Private Chinese Tuition

    http://www.privatetuitionteacher.com Private chinese tuition a place where tutors and students network. FREE POSTING.

    published: 09 Nov 2012
  • active tutor (chinese)

    funny

    published: 14 Oct 2006
  • Everything you need to know about China

    Internship requirements Be aged between 18 and 40 years old at time of travel Be a fluent English speaker Completed high school TEFL qualified (included) To be physically and mentally fit To be adaptable and flexible To be culturally sensitive and respectful Note: Non-native English speakers are welcome to apply if degree qualified and experienced in teaching. Fluent but no degree? Check out home-tutor internships in Shanghai and Beijing. https://premiertefl.com/internships/china-homestay/

    published: 21 Nov 2016
  • Learn Chinese with Your Personal Tutor Lesson 2

    published: 14 Nov 2012
  • Get Paid to Teach Students English Online - ESL Tutoring Jobs

    http://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com is one of the best resource sites for finding legitimate work from home. Get Paid to Teach Students English Online - ESL Tutoring Jobs 1. Berlitz - http://www.berlitz.us/careers/ 2. ISUS - I Speak U Speak http://jobs.ispeakuspeak.com/isus-job-description/ 3. Go Fluent - http://www.gofluent.com/web/us/careers 4. English Hunt - http://www.englishuntusa.com/apply.html#.UOSldW_7Iwg 5. iTalki - http://www.italki.com/teacher/apply?src=teachersdotiatalki More online tutoring and teaching jobs here -http://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com/2014/01/online-work-at-home-as-tutorteacher.html/ Follow Me Around F: https://www.facebook.com/DreamHomeBasedWork T: https://twitter.com/dhbw_fans P: http://www.pinterest.com/lashayhudson/

    published: 16 Oct 2014
  • Beginner Chinese - Self Introduction (Part 1)

    For the full lesson on "self-introduction" options in Chinese, you can join us here: https://goo.gl/FJC2mg Chinese people believe that they should show respect when asking about others' names. When you meet someone for the first time, how do you introduce yourself in Chinese? You can begin with: Wǒ xìng Wáng. 我 姓 王。 My last name is Wang. Wǒ jiào… 我 叫…… My first name is… But there's more to it than that! Watch the video, read the lesson and stuck around with us to learn this exciting langauge!

    published: 22 Feb 2011
  • Shidong High School English Teacher - Shanghai, China

    In this short video, the English teacher at Shidong (市东中学) high-school in Shanghai explain how she creates quick assessments in class to collect feedback about students' learning. Who are we? Menco.cn is a K-12 education technology company based in Shanghai. Our mission is to improve the quality of teaching and learning in K12 schools and universities. We provide teachers with the tools and services they need to engage students and make their learning more effective.

    published: 28 Oct 2016
  • China: private black tutor

    while everyone experiences some sort of discrimination in everything, being a black tutor is intriguing , at times

    published: 12 Feb 2017
  • Veronica Chinese Tutor

    Veronica is a New York City based Mandarin Chinese tutor. She's a native Taiwanese with a B.A in English, who has 9 years of teaching experience. Her interactive and fun teaching style bring her students from all levels and age. Book a trial with Veronica!

    published: 22 Nov 2016
  • Learn Chinese Online with a Convenient Live Tutor

    Free Trial here!: http://goo.gl/YZbkI2 Test Your Chinese here!: http://goo.gl/lZZXPp Yes, Chinese may seem difficult, or even impossible, if you've never began study. However, it is surprisingly easy if you learn the right way. If you can't study in China, the next best option is one-on-one lessons with a qualified tutor at your convenience.

    published: 07 Jun 2016
  • Tutors In China

    Tutors in China is the leading tutoring service in China. Established in Shanghai in 2005 to provide Math tutors to students at BISS Pudong. We now have close links with many International schools and tailor our lessons towards their curriculum. Tutors in China is owned by a group of experienced international school teachers from Britain who ensures there is always a safe pair of hands looking after your child's education needs. Our tutors are all experienced native English speakers expert in teaching Math, English, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Business & Economics, Languages and Humanities. We run one-to-one lessons in students' homes and small group sessions at our office. We specialize at all levels including school entry, elementary, MYP, GCSE, A-Levels, AP, IB, University and be...

    published: 16 Sep 2013
  • Teach English in China for 4.5 months

    Next semester join 100+ international interns in China and get paid to teach English plus have fully-organized rent-free accommodation, 3 meals a day and a flight reimbursement on placement completion. Find out more at https://premiertefl.com/internships/china/

    published: 03 Nov 2016
  • Teaching English in China: don't work for any school, find private students

    The best option when you teach English in China is to find private students. There are just so many Chinese students who are looking for native English teacher. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaNonStop/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/chinanonstop

    published: 26 May 2017
Teach English in China as a home-tutor for 3 months  *Beijing & Shanghai*

Teach English in China as a home-tutor for 3 months *Beijing & Shanghai*

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  • Updated: 01 Nov 2016
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Teaching English, helping with homework & sharing your native culture are your main goals on this 3 month paid TEFL internship...plus hanging out & having fun. Enjoy rent-free accommodation & meals plus a monthly allowance for socializing. At the end of your contract you'll also receive a bonus plus flight reimbursement. Check out more info at https://premiertefl.com/internships/china-homestay/
https://wn.com/Teach_English_In_China_As_A_Home_Tutor_For_3_Months_Beijing_Shanghai
Become an Online ESL Tutor! Work from home at $15 / hour.

Become an Online ESL Tutor! Work from home at $15 / hour.

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  • Updated: 29 Sep 2016
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About us: Shanghai Yinsen Culture & Communication Co., Ltd (9ichat) is an online English tutor service. We provide English speaking opportunities and American cultural engagement to young children, teenagers, college students, and young professionals in China. At 9ichat, our goal is not only to provide English tutors to Chinese students, but more importantly, to help them develop engaging and productive relationships with their teachers and learn about American culture. About this position: This is a part-time, online, contract-based English tutor position, with the opportunity to work 7-14 hours a week. The position requires a 9 month commitment. The tutor’s job will be to help clients from China, most of whom are children, to practice oral English and learn American culture via our online classroom, using materials and lessons that 9iChat provides. The tutor must be able to communicate effectively with students while remaining professional. Tutors must also be able to motivate and maintain the interest of the students while setting an example in professionalism, including timeliness and attendance. Additionally, they must take a sincere, active, and appropriate interest in the well-being of all students. Because the majority of our clients are children, the Tutor must be able to engage the attention of the students and use interactive, fun teaching styles. Candidates must be willing to teach at least 7 hours a week, but can possibly work 14 or more hours a week if they provide enough hours. Ideal Applicants 9iChat’s ideal applicants are experienced educators who like working from home, playing with children, setting their own hours, and gaining experience in edtech and online tutoring. If you seek an exciting, secondary work opportunity outside of your other commitments, or if you would like to earn supplemental income in the early morning hours from the comfort of your home, then this is a great opportunity for you. Our tutors are loyal, responsible, timely, engaging, innovative, smart, autonomous, flexible, and willing to grow and learn in the online space of education. And, structurally, ideal applicants are early morning risers (tutoring can begin as early as 5am EDT and usually finishes by 10am EDT). Essential Duties and Responsibilities: 1. The tutor must have a reliable computer, stable and fast internet service, and a headset to improve the sound quality of lessons. 2. The tutor will work in 1-on-1 sessions with the children. These sessions are either 25 – 27 minutes long or 55 - 57 minutes long. The tutor will provide students with opportunities for oral English practice via conversation and provide background knowledge related to each class topic. Lessons will be provided to tutors. 3. Tutors must provide availability between 6am-11am (EDT). We are looking for tutors who can provide 7-14 hours per week. As an example, tutors could tutor 2 hours every morning. 4. The availability specified by a tutor must be consistent every week. That is, if a tutor specifies that he or she can be available every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 7AM to 9AM, then she or he must be available at those times. Cancelling times or classes will result in penalties. 5. Tutors must always show up promptly for the classes they have been scheduled to teach. Missing a class is strictly prohibited and results in penalties. 6. 9iChat will provide the teaching materials related to each topic. Tutors must review the materials to make any corrections and edits before teaching. The corrected materials should be sent back to 9iChat. The average tutor preparation time is less than 10 minutes for a new topic; no preparation time is needed for repeat material. 7. The Tutor will need to read all company emails (once a week), and respond in a timely manner whenever necessary. The tutor may be required to attend the occasional online workshop/training session, and must carefully review all training materials. Compensation: Compensation begins at $15 for 1-on-1 and group classes that last 55-57 minutes. A 25-27 minute class will pay $7.50. Apply: Please send your resume and cover letter to patrickrussell@9ihdyy.com. In your letter, specify which city you currently live in, and state how many hours you would like to teach each week.
https://wn.com/Become_An_Online_Esl_Tutor_Work_From_Home_At_15_Hour.
Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN)

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http://edition.cnn.com/2009/BUSINESS/11/08/hong.kong.celebrity.tutors/index.html Hong Kong's 'celebrity tutors' turn millionaires (Richard Eng@CNN) Hong Kong, China (CNN) -- Dressed in Louis Vuitton from head to toe with the exception of a Gucci belt, Richard Eng stands out in his neighborhood in Hong Kong's New Territories. When we arrive at his home, the 45 year old father of one warmly welcomes us. His manners are as impeccable as the hairstyle and clothes that he proudly wears. But it's not the chic and manicured man standing in front of us that's caught our attention -- but the bright yellow Lamborghini parked in his driveway. Now, as we all know, teachers around the world are renowned for being over worked and underpaid; but that rule does NOT apply to Hong Kong's "celebrity tutors" and Richard Eng is living proof. Twenty years ago he began working as a teacher. During the day he'd teach his school students, and then at night he'd work as a tutor. Through word of mouth, these evening classes grew to the point where he set up his own tutorial school. Eng then decided to take the business to the next level -- advertising in newspapers and on television and that's when the transformation began. He understood the interest, fascination and obsession with celebrities and began marketing his services with that in mind. With billboards, glossy brochures, eye catching TV commercials and model photo shoots, he and his tutors in their designer gear, fashionable haircuts and Hollywood smiles, appear more like pop or movie stars promoting their latest album or film than anything resembling a teacher. And it's paid off. He now operates 12 schools in Hong Kong and has just opened one in Tokyo. He has a total of 50,000 students, employs 300 staff and last year he personally took home more than US$1 million. Eng says: "This is a chance in Hong Kong for some people to teach and help students. At the same time, students come to class and see something beautiful and they learn exam skills ... that's why we're worth it and why we are here." Students come to class and see something beautiful ... that's why we're worth it and why we are here. --Richard Eng With this success, Eng has reaped the financial rewards. He not only owns a US$500,000 Lamborghini that he drives to work most days, but also owns property all over Hong Kong and has a designer wardrobe and watch collection that would rival any fashionista. But he's not content with the status quo and has plans to expand into China next year. He admits some of his students are attracted to his celebrity status but dismisses this as the core reason for his success. "I have to say they may come to me at the beginning out of curiosity, but as time goes by they realize I can teach them exam skills very important in Hong Kong." Tutorial schools are big business in Hong Kong. Four major schools dominate, but there are hundreds of others -- attended by approximately one third of all students. They pay approximately US$130 a month to improve their grades in a society where information is power. One of Eng's students is 18-year-old Daisy Chung who has been attending his English class for the past two years. "My grade improved from C to B ... now I hope there's room for improvement." While the big names like Richard Eng are multi-millionaires, the average celebrity tutors earn more than US$120,000 a year. Government teachers take home less than half that. The Education Department says while the tutorial schools are popular, it doesn't endorse them. Deputy Secretary for Hong Kong Education Dr Stephanie Chan says: "I'm concerned how parents and students use the services ... whether the money is spent wisely, but if it proves to help then I don't have the right to say I disapprove of it." But as long as children's education is considered an investment, Eng and his colleagues will continue to make the sums of money that most people can only dream of.
https://wn.com/Hong_Kong's_'Celebrity_Tutors'_Turn_Millionaires_(Richard_Eng_Cnn)
Private Chinese Tuition

Private Chinese Tuition

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  • Updated: 09 Nov 2012
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http://www.privatetuitionteacher.com Private chinese tuition a place where tutors and students network. FREE POSTING.
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active tutor (chinese)

active tutor (chinese)

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  • Updated: 14 Oct 2006
  • views: 738
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funny
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Everything you need to know about China

Everything you need to know about China

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  • Duration: 10:20
  • Updated: 21 Nov 2016
  • views: 52
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Internship requirements Be aged between 18 and 40 years old at time of travel Be a fluent English speaker Completed high school TEFL qualified (included) To be physically and mentally fit To be adaptable and flexible To be culturally sensitive and respectful Note: Non-native English speakers are welcome to apply if degree qualified and experienced in teaching. Fluent but no degree? Check out home-tutor internships in Shanghai and Beijing. https://premiertefl.com/internships/china-homestay/
https://wn.com/Everything_You_Need_To_Know_About_China
Learn Chinese with Your Personal Tutor Lesson 2

Learn Chinese with Your Personal Tutor Lesson 2

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  • Updated: 14 Nov 2012
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Get Paid to Teach Students English Online - ESL Tutoring Jobs

Get Paid to Teach Students English Online - ESL Tutoring Jobs

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  • Updated: 16 Oct 2014
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http://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com is one of the best resource sites for finding legitimate work from home. Get Paid to Teach Students English Online - ESL Tutoring Jobs 1. Berlitz - http://www.berlitz.us/careers/ 2. ISUS - I Speak U Speak http://jobs.ispeakuspeak.com/isus-job-description/ 3. Go Fluent - http://www.gofluent.com/web/us/careers 4. English Hunt - http://www.englishuntusa.com/apply.html#.UOSldW_7Iwg 5. iTalki - http://www.italki.com/teacher/apply?src=teachersdotiatalki More online tutoring and teaching jobs here -http://www.dreamhomebasedwork.com/2014/01/online-work-at-home-as-tutorteacher.html/ Follow Me Around F: https://www.facebook.com/DreamHomeBasedWork T: https://twitter.com/dhbw_fans P: http://www.pinterest.com/lashayhudson/
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Beginner Chinese - Self Introduction (Part 1)

Beginner Chinese - Self Introduction (Part 1)

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  • Updated: 22 Feb 2011
  • views: 3460366
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For the full lesson on "self-introduction" options in Chinese, you can join us here: https://goo.gl/FJC2mg Chinese people believe that they should show respect when asking about others' names. When you meet someone for the first time, how do you introduce yourself in Chinese? You can begin with: Wǒ xìng Wáng. 我 姓 王。 My last name is Wang. Wǒ jiào… 我 叫…… My first name is… But there's more to it than that! Watch the video, read the lesson and stuck around with us to learn this exciting langauge!
https://wn.com/Beginner_Chinese_Self_Introduction_(Part_1)
Shidong High School English Teacher - Shanghai, China

Shidong High School English Teacher - Shanghai, China

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  • Updated: 28 Oct 2016
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In this short video, the English teacher at Shidong (市东中学) high-school in Shanghai explain how she creates quick assessments in class to collect feedback about students' learning. Who are we? Menco.cn is a K-12 education technology company based in Shanghai. Our mission is to improve the quality of teaching and learning in K12 schools and universities. We provide teachers with the tools and services they need to engage students and make their learning more effective.
https://wn.com/Shidong_High_School_English_Teacher_Shanghai,_China
China: private black tutor

China: private black tutor

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  • Updated: 12 Feb 2017
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while everyone experiences some sort of discrimination in everything, being a black tutor is intriguing , at times
https://wn.com/China_Private_Black_Tutor
Veronica Chinese Tutor

Veronica Chinese Tutor

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  • Updated: 22 Nov 2016
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Veronica is a New York City based Mandarin Chinese tutor. She's a native Taiwanese with a B.A in English, who has 9 years of teaching experience. Her interactive and fun teaching style bring her students from all levels and age. Book a trial with Veronica!
https://wn.com/Veronica_Chinese_Tutor
Learn Chinese Online with a Convenient Live Tutor

Learn Chinese Online with a Convenient Live Tutor

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  • Updated: 07 Jun 2016
  • views: 7433
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Free Trial here!: http://goo.gl/YZbkI2 Test Your Chinese here!: http://goo.gl/lZZXPp Yes, Chinese may seem difficult, or even impossible, if you've never began study. However, it is surprisingly easy if you learn the right way. If you can't study in China, the next best option is one-on-one lessons with a qualified tutor at your convenience.
https://wn.com/Learn_Chinese_Online_With_A_Convenient_Live_Tutor
Tutors In China

Tutors In China

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  • Updated: 16 Sep 2013
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Tutors in China is the leading tutoring service in China. Established in Shanghai in 2005 to provide Math tutors to students at BISS Pudong. We now have close links with many International schools and tailor our lessons towards their curriculum. Tutors in China is owned by a group of experienced international school teachers from Britain who ensures there is always a safe pair of hands looking after your child's education needs. Our tutors are all experienced native English speakers expert in teaching Math, English, Physics, Biology, Chemistry, Business & Economics, Languages and Humanities. We run one-to-one lessons in students' homes and small group sessions at our office. We specialize at all levels including school entry, elementary, MYP, GCSE, A-Levels, AP, IB, University and beyond.
https://wn.com/Tutors_In_China
Teach English in China for 4.5 months

Teach English in China for 4.5 months

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  • Updated: 03 Nov 2016
  • views: 4058
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Next semester join 100+ international interns in China and get paid to teach English plus have fully-organized rent-free accommodation, 3 meals a day and a flight reimbursement on placement completion. Find out more at https://premiertefl.com/internships/china/
https://wn.com/Teach_English_In_China_For_4.5_Months
Teaching English in China: don't work for any school, find private students

Teaching English in China: don't work for any school, find private students

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  • Updated: 26 May 2017
  • views: 787
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The best option when you teach English in China is to find private students. There are just so many Chinese students who are looking for native English teacher. FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/ChinaNonStop/ PATREON: https://www.patreon.com/chinanonstop
https://wn.com/Teaching_English_In_China_Don't_Work_For_Any_School,_Find_Private_Students