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Did you know that your ability to speak English could enable you to live abroad making money teaching English? A simple TEFL/TESOL course could be all you need to access a new life living and earning overseas. So whether you dream of waking up in sunny Spain or tantalizing Thailand, TEFL training could turn your dream into a reality. But before you embark on your new adventure, I'll help to answer the top 4 questions you're likely to have if you're tempted b
eaching these days is becoming a very lucrative job. Especially if it's a teaching job abroad, it will be a great opportunity for you to discover a lot of new things and to earn more money than when you teach locally. For one thing, you could get to explore a different country. Second of all, ...
Forget about climbing Everest or the corporate ladder, teaching overseas should be number one on your list of things to do. Over a billion people are learning English worldwide and teaching English is one of the easiest ways to get a job overseas. Here are my top reasons why it will be one of the best experiences you will ever have...
This article identifies and discusses distinctions among Middle Eastern countries for EFL teachers. It also shares useful tips on how to arrive with the right foot forward.
There are basically two types of initial TEFL training - taking a weekend certificate course plus optional add-on modules or taking a longer intensive 4-week course. After qualifying and gaining at least one year's (preferably two years') experience, you will have the chance to extend your qualifications by taking a diploma course. There are also online TEFL courses, but these are not discussed here.
The following article has been adapted from the comprehensive Foreign Teachers’ Guide to Living and Teaching in China that first appeared on the Internet in its original form in March 2007. It is specifically based on the mini-checklist of questions to ask and issues to consider, before accepting any job offer, in appendix A of the guide.