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How do I know if i have what it takes?
I've been looking around on this, i want to say this is what i want to do, this is what i want to go to college for, but i want to know, is it for everybody? I would love to seriously be an aid or something to see if it's what i want to do for a living but I'm not sure if the experience is possible, I've already completed a yr of college going for and English major, I had planned on teaching in a class room here in the U.S. but I'm curious if I would be more comfortable teaching ESL, what do you guys think?? send me some comments or anything you want to ask me or tell me, please i would really love to hear what you have to say. firstname.lastname@example.org =)
Re: How do I know if i have what it takes? (views: 4972)Online (Online) - Sun, 02 Sep 2007
Posted by GoTeacher
Have you thought about volunteering? You might be able to tutor on campus through an international student center (if your college/university has one) or on your own by placing ads on bulletin boards. Volunteering off campus might be an option as well. Another possibility is online tutoring via Skype or something similar. Do a little research and seek out some opportunities to test drive TESL/TEFL and then decide for yourself if you have what it takes and/or if it is what you want to do.