Dear Dr. Anderson,
Mr.Li Quanzhi who has just returned to China from your university informed that you are considering the possibility of offering a Chinese language course to your students in the next academic year and may have an opening for a teacher of the Chinese language. I am very much interested in such a position.
I have been teaching Chinese literature and composition at college level since 1980. In the past three years, I have worked in summer programs, teaching the Chinese language and culture to students from English-speaking courtries. As a result，I got to know well the common problems of these students and how to adapt teaching to achieve the best results.
With years of intensive English training, I have no difficulty conducting classes in English and feel queit comfortable working with American students.
I will be available after February 2008.Please fell free to contact me if you wish more information. Thank you very much for your consideration and I look forward to hearing from you.
Dear Mr. Ding
Through the courtesy of Miss Wan, my college classmate who ,as a teacher ,has already worked in your organization, I was informed that your organization is in great need of English teacher. I am very interesting in such a position.
As the resume indicates that my major is English, with years of intensive English learning and training, I firmly believe that I have built an expansive English knowledge base .Furthermore, I got a teacher certification via self-learning during my campus life, which gave me theoretical knowledge about how to be a teacher and how to teach. In addition, I attempted to teach students during winter holiday in the second year of my college life, which offered me the practical experience about teaching. Therefore, I have no difficulty conducting classes in English and feel quiet comfortable working with students.
I know there are still many things to learn, and I have got everything ready for the upcoming challenges if you give me this chance. Thank you for your precious time.