Online ESL Teacher for Lime English
Summary(Review): Lime English is another new company teaching children based in China. They are looking for English teachers that are focused on improving students reading and writing skills. The students are mostly children from 5-12 years old. Peak teaching times are from 7pm-9:30pm Beijing time. They offer flexible scheduling and pay $16–$25 USD per hour with bonuses. They want native online ESL teachers with a BA degree and K–12 teaching experience. A TESL certificate is preferred but not necessary.
Job Overview for Online ESL Teacher
Pay Rate per Hour:
Group Lesson Four Students
Elementary & Junior (age 5-15)
Job Details for Online ESL Teacher
Native North American
Native Australian/New Zealand
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Bachelor or above
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Min Downloading: 15 MB/s
Online ESL Teacher Job Description
You are required to teach children aged 5 to 12 years old. The peak time is between 7 PM and 9:30 PM Beijing time China. You are required to have a bachelor’s degree and have prior experience teaching kindergarten through age 12. He should also have a certificate for teaching. Your main focus is on improving students’ ability to read and also with their writing skills as well.
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Company Information for Lime English
Lime English is an online English teaching company based in Beijing, China. This is an online language school that not only offers ESL classes, but also language arts classes. So actually it is a reading and writing program, aiming to improve Chinese students’ reading and writing ability.
David Mack says
I have experience of this company both as a Maths and an English tutor
It is a dishonest company run by dishonest people
They will ignore you once they have been dishonest with you
Patrick Shay says
Had an interview today – they were a no-show. Received an e-mail 30 minutes later from Teacher Record demanding a reschedule…too bad for parties that were vested in the process. Who knows what happened with Lime English?