Which country do you work in? Would you recommend it to others? Susan Griffith, travel writer and an expert author on teaching English around the world will be giving a webinar for us soon. She would like to hear your recommendations.
I am working in China. I think people here are very friendly. It is a good choose for you to being an English teacher here.Because the parents here pay more and more attention to children English education. So you have many chance to earn more money.
25 Nov 2013 07:42
I was hoping to find some tips!
29 Oct 2013 22:18
Mark, As a seasoned / veteran teacher I would recommend some of the new locations such as Vietnam, Burma, Kazakhstan where native speaking teachers are still a novelty. I have enjoyed both my teaching assignments in Kazakhstan.
And Roseli, can I come and teach with you? It has always been my dream to visit Brazil!
31 Oct 2013 22:24
I have thought about the Far East, but I understand that what it might provide, in terms of experience, is pretty limited. My interest is in teaching rather than just being available as an English person who can converse. I am really grateful for you input though, Adrian.
31 Oct 2013 22:35
Roseli Aparecida Melo Fonseca
Hi Lucy. I am from Brazil. It is so sad and disappointed how English schools here are weak and expensive. I started studying English in 2007,in London, before that I didn't know the basic. I am doing FCE course. I'd like to improve and practice my English. I already opened my School and I give lessons for beginners, my partner gives lessons for advanced students. I know I can change lives as I changed mine.