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Teaching English Abroad?
Anyone have any experience with TEFL? I'd love to hear thoughts/opinions/stories! I'm strongly considering getting the CELTA certification, so any input on that would be greatly appreciated as well. Gracias!
Do you ever wanna, like, look at a chick and bare your teeth? You know, like a chimpanzee?
so a forward spinning flippy would be a blunt?
Your momentum is wrong.
I'm currently in Spain teaching English, it's a program with the Spanish ministry of education. I can give you the link to the applications but you have to have a degree in Spanish to qualify.
As far as the experience, it's been nothing short of awesome.
Last summer (and again this summer) I stayed in the rainforest between Costa Rica and Panama and taught english to the indigenous population with a group of students from my school. No experience with the program you mentioned but if you have the chance to teach english abroad I strongly recommend it. Best thing I've done in a long time
Hey, stop correcting me after every time I say something wrong... If you do we'll be her for ever.
Me and my gf have talked about it a bunch, not that we want to but in the UAE you can make close to 60k a year with great perks. Sorta tough to turn down if you don't have much else going on. I'm looking for Spanish speaking countries so Ivan learn more spanish. Found a great place in chili might have been Argentina a few weeks ago that looks awesome
hotdogs and handrails
springs4life-you should look hood on and off the hill not just dress like a preppy little white kid all week then when you hit the hill act all gangsta and shit.
FWIW my brother's in Turkey right now teaching English. He got the job through AISEC and he works at a community college. From what I've heard the whole operation is kind of janky. For instance the guy who runs the place will announce to him that he's got a student arriving the next day from Libya or something and my bro will have to put together a lesson plan overnight. So I guess what I'm saying is it's good to know exactly what you're getting in to and really look in to the organization you're joining. Good luck, I hope you find something.
all it would be is dubstep and kids talking about weed. bunch of flat brims or kids wearing touqes titled back half over their head, and probably wear their coolest street wear t-shirt and shoes..kids complimenting each others sweeeet kicks like a bunch of bitches. also talking about waht sweeet gear they buying this year, even tho they bought new shit last year. coooool. -geteducated
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