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Considering becoming an ESL/ESOL teacher?

Maybe you or someone you know has considered becoming a teacher of English to people from other cultures. Maybe you also can speak a language in addition to English (like Spanish, Chinese, Portugese, etc.) Maybe you’d just like to spend your teacher’s summer touring another country while being paid to teach English in that country?

If so, I just visited a blog from someone who does just that.

https://thenewcarly.wordpress.com/2016/04/16/an-open-letter-to-all-teflesl-teachers/comment-page-1/#comment-137

I’m currently TESL certified and can teach English around the world. I choose to remain in the U.S. and have children from China come to our Education First programs here.

I’ve learned that learning English definitely improves a person’s eligibility for being hired at a higher rate of pay. For instance, I’ve been told that people in China who can speak and read English are rapidly hired over there!

So, if you’re interested in enlarging your resume and your life, consider going to Carly’s blog and join her audience.

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This entry was posted on April 29, 2016 by in Education First EF, ESL, ESOL, ESOL education and tagged .

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