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How Do I Get A Job Teaching English In Korea - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL-TESOL Courses

  Teaching English in South Korea has become increasingly popular over the last decade and it is no secret that the country offers some of the best salaries for foreign teachers to be found anywhere in the world. English teachers in Korea can expect to earn between $1,500 and $3,000 US per month and it is certainly possible to save up to half of this depending on your lifestyle. On top of the basic salary you can also expect other benefits such as paid airfares, free housing and an end of contract bonus. Unsurprisingly, the high salaries and good benefits on offer have led to a high level of competition for the best jobs. If you have any teaching qualifications and experience in the classroom, you will find you have the pick of the available jobs. However, thanks to a continually...  [Read more]

TESOL Weaver Alabama - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Check out tefl tesol about TESOL Weaver Alabama and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: said: Teachers need to evaluate their students? English to determine whether the students are making any progress in their learning. A teacher also needs to evaluate students at the beginning of a course to be able to identify their needs or problem areas. An evaluation is also useful for correct placement. Conducting periodic evaluations and keeping records is also very useful because teachers can easily refer to these in case there would be a problem in the future. Evaluating students? English will also let...  [Read more]

TESOL Certification China Xinxiang - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Check out tefl tesol about TESOL Certification China Xinxiang and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: said: This unit covers the topic of professional development around the world. There are different cultures around the world and it is best to find out about the country as much as possible before seeking employment there. The unit provides some reminders of appropriate etiquette when arriving in a new school in a new country. When looking for employment and during the interview, there are a number of things that one needs to learn about. The unit also covers the topic of how to write a C.V. and...  [Read more]

TESOL Orchidlands Estates Hawaii - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Check out tefl tesol about TESOL Orchidlands Estates Hawaii and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: said: Much of what teachers are doing to assess the students progress are through tutorials, evaluations from students, and tests. Many of the time the best way to see their progress and their strengths and weakness, allows the teacher to be able to see whether the student is grasping concepts or that certain topics need to be reviewed for better proficiency. Depending on what age group and goals as to why the students are taking this English course, some may have intent to further their English...  [Read more]

TESOL Bijie - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT

Check out tefl tesol about TESOL Bijie and apply today to be certified to teach English abroad. You could also be interested in: This is how our TEFL graduates feel they have gained from their course, and how they plan to put into action what they learned: M.L. – U.S.A. said: This final sixth unit discussed the real teaching world of Business English and the various aspects of it. These included business and cultural etiquette and how to best integrate into a new country and culture, including questions you should be able to answer about the country. There are a few general rules of thumb to follow no matter where a teacher will go to teach, such as avoiding sarcasm in the classroom as it will likely be misunderstood, and to err on the side of conservative behavior...  [Read more]

TESOL China - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In China

China is not so much a country as a huge world in its own right. The ambition of the nation is to be the world’s largest economy, and most educated observers expect that it is only a matter of time before this aspiration is met. But it is not simply the economic dynamism and the strange contrast of cultures that draws the traveler. Thousands of years of history, philosophy and culture are clearly evident, and in a sense all of the political events of the 20th century, are merely a grain of sand on the beach of Chinese history. Cantonese and Mandarin are the official languages; however, in a country of around one point three billion spread over nearly four million square miles, there is a cornucopia of different dialects and idioms. The reality is that Cantonese will serve you well in...  [Read more]

TESOL Middle East - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In Middle East

For the TESOL teacher the countries that comprise the bulk of the Middle East include Dubai and the rest of the UAE, Bahrain, Israel, Palestine, Kuwait, Lebanon, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Syria, and Yemen. As a region it has many stark contrasts. The oil-rich states, such as Saudi Arabia and the UAE, offer generous salaries, and very pleasant living facilities. At the other end of the scale Palestine, on account of its difficulties, attracts few TESOL teachers. Even within the oil-rich states one can find considerable contrast. For example, Qatar is engaged in a programme of rigorous westernisation - including the free availability of alcohol; however, in Saudi Arabia, one is dealing with very much more an Islamic state. In general TESOL teachers report of the region that the salaries...  [Read more]

Can I get a job teaching English in the tropics? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL & TESOL

If you live in the Northern Hemisphere it is likely that you have endured many years of cold, dark winters. If you would like the opportunity to experience living in a climate that is warm all year round, why not complete a TESOL certification course and start a new life living and working as an English teacher in the exotic tropical zone? Thousands of people every year take advantage of this opportunity and very few end up regretting their decision. All you need to do is decide which tropical country is right for you. Costa Rica is small in size, but it has a very large market for TESOL qualified teachers. Most teaching jobs are found in private language centers that are located in most of the larger towns and cities. Private tutoring of English students is also a popular way to...  [Read more]

TESOL African Countries - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In African Countries

African countries which might tempt the adventurous TEFL teacher include Tunisia, Cameroon, Cameroon, Senegal, South Africa, and Tanzania. Tremendous variety is on offer in terms of climate, activities, local facilities and customs - not to mention the fantastic wildlife parks, and truly stunning historical monuments. Even in the Francophone countries, where French is the official second language, amongst the younger generation there is much greater enthusiasm for English. Hence, there are plenty of opportunities for teaching. Quite unlike Europe, for those wishing to teach in a state or private school, there is not the requirement for a PGCE. You will need a TESOL qualification and, in the case of state schools, it is worth checking whether they require an undergraduate degree and any...  [Read more]

TESOL South america - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In South america

The smallest country in the rugged Andean highlands, Ecuador is home to a diverse array of indigenous cultures, lush rainforests, and mountainous highlands redolent of a lunar landscape. The impressive, well-preserved colonial architecture is not to be missed. Though the country has been stricken by a severe economic crises, it has now adopted the US Dollar as its national currency, and this has brought a measure of stability. The ups and downs of the currency and economy mean little to the TESOL teacher. Wages may seem low, but life is extremely cheap, and a comfortable standard of living is a very achievable goal if you don’t sell yourself short! The official language is Spanish; however, Quecha, a native dialect is still very much alive. At 109 square miles the country is small;...  [Read more]

TESOL Kenya - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In Kenya

Kenya, regarded by many scholars as the cradle of humanity, offers fantastic opportunity for the adventurous spirit. Truly magnificent wildlife parks, unspoilt beaches and coral reefs are in abundance, not to mention a wealth of history in the ancient Swahili cities. The population is a shade under thirty-two millions, with a landmass of two- hundred and thirty square miles. The language is Swahili and religious observance is divided into thirty-five percent Protestant, thirty percent Roman Catholic, thirty percent Muslim and five percent Animist - so plenty of diversity to be found here. Kenya has a chronic shortage of secondary school teachers, and this adds up to a great deal of opportunity. English is the language of tuition in schools, and one can expect to teach English and…In...  [Read more]

How do I get a job teaching English in Brazil? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL & TESOL

With a population of over 200 million, a thriving economy, and one of the most multicultural societies in the world, Brazil is full of potential for TESOL qualified teachers. The great climate, a relaxed beach lifestyle, delicious food, and a warm welcome are also reasons why thousands of overseas teachers choose Brazil as a destination each year. If you are looking for an exciting country with plenty of teaching jobs and a wide range of diverse locations to pick from, then look no further than Brazil, the home of Carnival. The most important thing you need to teach English in Brazil is a TESOL certification of at least 120-hours duration from a recognized course provider. It is not necessary to be a native English speaker, although you might find you have more options to choose from...  [Read more]

TESOL South Asia - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In South Asia

South Asia contains a contrasting array of different countries and different cultures. The incredibly wealthy state of Brunei stands in stark contrast to the poverty of Bangladesh and Pakistan. India, Sri Lanka and Nepal offer stunning natural beauty unsurpassed in the region. In all of these countries English is the de facto second language, and in countries like India it is the medium of instruction in many schools. Again contrast is the keynote here. Brunei requires that prospective teachers wishing to teach in state or private schools have a TESOL certificate, a PGCE and an undergraduate degree, and two years’ teaching experience. With all of the other countries a TESOL certificate alone will do fine. With language institutes you can, in the main, expect to find yourself teaching...  [Read more]

TESOL Venezuela - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In Venezuela

venezuela is a country where the superlative is commonplace. It has a large landmass, the world’s third longest river, the world’s highest waterfall, and is home to the world’s longest snake, not to mention jaguars, and armadillos. It has great mineral wealth, in the form of oil, and this has led to a thriving economy, much trade with and investment from the US, and, thus, a great demand for English. Spanish is the official language; however, more than thirty native dialects survive. The population is twenty-seven millions, in a landmass of a shade over three-hundred and fifty thousand square miles. The country is ninety-six percent Roman Catholic. Quite unlike Europe, for those wishing to teach in a state or private school, there is not the requirement for a PGCE or an...  [Read more]

How do I get a job teaching English in China? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL & TESOL

With around 100,000 foreign teachers working across the country each year, China is now the world leader in ESL teaching jobs. This recent boom has been brought about by a buoyant economy that has given more and more families the financial freedom to provide a good education for their children. There are an estimated 300 million people currently learning English in China, so potential jobs are widespread and relatively easy to come by. As there is often a shortage of available teachers in many areas, schools are increasingly offering high salaries and other bonuses in an effort to attract teachers to their door. The exact figure you can expect to earn will vary considerably depending on the type of employer and the location you choose, but the average is between $1,000 and $2,500...  [Read more]

How do I get a job teaching English in Myanmar? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL & TESOL

Myanmar has suffered many years of internal struggles which led to it being effectively closed off to much of the world for several years. Despite ongoing issues, Myanmar is again open for business and it now attracts ESL teachers who are looking for something a little different to the norm. Unlike many other countries in the region, Myanmar has yet to see mass development of the tourist trade, so if you insist on a Starbucks coffee in the morning and a McDonald’s burger for lunch, this probably isn’t the place for you. Visitors to this beautiful country will get to enjoy a unique culture, a low cost of living, and some of the most amazing natural and man-made wonders in the whole of Southeast Asia. As Myanmar is not swamped with teachers looking for work, the requirements laid...  [Read more]

TESOL Indonesia - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In Indonesia

Indonesia has placed the turmoil of the nineties firmly in the past. The currency has now stabilized, and once again Indonesia is a hot destination for TESOL teachers. The archipelago is a world of contrast. Rapidly evolving big cities, stand in stark contrast to the seldom travelled, unspoilt, tropical wilderness. Home to a wealth of cultures, the colors, smells, and the people all make for a kaleidoscope experience. A population of two-hundred and thirty four millions fit into a landmass of seven-hundred and forty thousand square miles. Indonesian is the official language, with Javanese, Sudanese and English spoken by a minority, though one shouldn’t expect English to be widely spoken outside of the big cities. It is a predominantly Muslim country, with a minority of Hindi devotees,...  [Read more]

How much can I earn teaching English in Brazil? - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ ITTT TEFL & TESOL

As it is the largest country in Latin America, it is no surprise that Brazil offers plenty of potential for TESOL qualified teachers. Due to a fast growing tourist industry and a booming economy, Brazil has a strong demand for ESL teachers in many areas. For teachers, the country has many attractions including a warm climate, stunning landscapes, exotic wildlife, a colorful social scene, and some of the best beaches in the world. The relaxed way of life is more likely to attract foreign teachers to Brazil than the average monthly salary of around $800 to $1,500. Although you are not likely to be able to save a great deal of your income, teachers should still earn enough to live a comfortable life away from the classroom. In general, teachers in Brazil are more often paid by the hour...  [Read more]

TESOL South Asia II - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In South Asia II

This region, encompassing Malaysia, Singapore, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam offers a wealth of different experiences. Highly developed Malaysia and Singapore, stand in stark contrast to Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam, whom only relatively recently normalised their relationships with the US. You can expect Islam and Buddhism, communism and capitalism. It really is a fascinating region where you have to learn to expect the unexpected! The market for teachers is both phenomenal and varied in nature. Malays seek to send their children to university in English-speaking countries; in Singapore, English is the lingua franca of commerce, and dexterity is seen as a must. In Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam there is huge demand for TESOL teachers due to the inrush of western development capital, and the...  [Read more]

TESOL Chile - ✔️ ✔️ ✔️ TESOL Jobs In Chile

Boasting high desert at one extreme, and low glaciers at another, this slim country is a natural wonder full of geysers, mountains, beaches and volcanoes. A breathtakingly beautiful country, and a paradise to the adventurer’s adventurer. You could take all of this away, and yet the extraordinary economic growth which the country has experienced during the 21st century would make it a place to catch the TESOL teachers eye. Five percent unemployment combined with outside investment, mainly from the US, make this a dynamic and fascinating place to work. The principal language is Spanish, though there are several native idioms in use. The country is eighty-seven percent Roman Catholic, ten-percent Protestant, with one-percent Jewish. The population is sixteen millions, and with a landmass...  [Read more]

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