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Forget waiting around at home for a job to land in your lap - get out there and see the world!
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!
It happens to the best of us, the dreaded ‘getting-stuck-in-a-rut-itis’. Symptoms: being trapped in a job you don’t like; longing for something more interesting; imagining the day you can hand in your notice; and most importantly – being powerless to do anything about it! Often, when you’re stuck in a rut, you just need a little nudge in the right direction. So, here’s why you should jack it all in and jet off on a TEFL adventure
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:
If you think that TEFL job interviews are difficult, scary and worth losing sleep over, then you might be happy to know that they aren’t! Interviews vary according to the institution you are applying for, but unless you’re applying for top schools or universities, you will find TEFL interviews a breeze compared to the formal interviews you get in your own country. Nevertheless, you still have to make a good impression, so here are 7 tips to help you:
Teaching English is a challenge, teaching large classes is the challenge of all challenges!
It’s got historic cities, friendly people and loooaaads of beer! What’s more, as the Czech Republic is slap bang in the middle of Europe, there’s certainly lots to see at the weekend!
Are you teaching in the Czech Republic or considering heading out there to teach? Get chatting about it here!
You can check out TEFL jobs in the Czech Republic with i-to-i here: http://www.onlinetefl.com/tefl-jobs-abroad/tefl-czech-republic.html
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“The Czech Republic ” was created by i-to-i on November 26, 2009