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Many new ESL teachers ask me what is a useful thing to bring with them in their suitcase prior to coming to teach English as Foreign Language here in China. Among the many things I tell them to bring is a few newspapers, and here's why... Newspapers are a cheap, readily-available resource of authentic reading material which can be used in a whole host of ways in the ESL classroom! Newspapers can provide a window to English speaking countries; whats going on in the news

Before arriving in Colombia I took a short TEFL (teaching English as a foreign language) course, which at least provided me with the basic teaching skills required. My first job teaching English here was for an institute. After arriving and settling down, I visited various English language schools, dropped off my CV, was invited to various interviews by some, and even did some tests to prove I knew the language well enough to teach it. The tests taught me the first thi

You can pose this very question at the interview stage when you apply for a job, but don't let a potential negative answer put you off. Some schools are incredibly organised, with a clear syllabus and curriculum, and files full of cross reference systems. These help you to source materials from which to teach when they should be used.

Characteristics that a teacher should have are patience, concern for others, love of children, persistence, listening skills, motivational, and a sense of humor. There are pros and cons in teaching.

Yes - it can be done. You need to prepare the ground carefully, but there are a massive number of jobs available around the world and there are not enough English teachers to fill them. If you want to teach abroad quickly, you are pushing at an open door. The 10 steps for finding a teaching job in 10 days or less are listed below. But beforehand, you need to meet two basic conditions:

You have decided on being an ESL/EFL teacher so you are off on the job search. Aside from the obvious considerations such as what country to work in and what training/qualifications (TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/DELTA) to obtain; there are other things a teachers should consider when looking at potential job offers.