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Forget waiting around at home for a job to land in your lap - get out there and see the world!
Teaching English as a Foreign Language after graduation can improve your job prospects and give you loads of transferable skills that are in demand in the domestic jobs market. So, even if you’re not thinking of teaching as a long-term career, spending time teaching abroad can be really beneficial to your future career.
Everyone knows TEFL’s a fantastic way to get paid to see the world, but there are also lots of lesser know (but no less fantastic) benefits of teaching abroad – read on to find out what some of them are!
So you’re dreaming of a fresh new life abroad as a TEFL teacher – one filled with exciting new experiences, new friends and weekends sipping cold beers on the beach. But stop! Before you get too ahead of yourself, let’s check that you’re cut out for the world of TEFL. Here’s what you’ll need to be:
Forget finding true love, climbing Everest and/or saving the world – here’s why teaching English abroad should be number one on your bucket list!
Whether you require inspiration, lesson plans, resources, pictures or advice on how to teach a grammar point - have no fear…there are plenty of resources available for free on the internet!! It’s important to remember to adapt the things you get from the net to suit your classes needs – remember no two classes are the same! Here are my top 5 websites that I have found useful:
Buzzing with energy and ambition, modern Vietnam has a huge need and demand for qualified TEFL teachers, who enjoy respect, a great standard of living and loads of opportunities to explore this beautiful country.
Thinking of heading out to Vietnam to teach, or maybe you’re already there? Get chatting about it here!
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“Vietnam” was created by i-to-i on November 26, 2009