You don't need to speak another language to teach English overseas
You will greatly improve the employment prospects of your students and have a lasting effect on their lives. Your gift of being a native English speaker allows you to make a meaningful contribution towards the lives of others.
English Explorer Global will show you how to teach English overseas without speaking another language. Once you have earned your TESOL certificate, your skills are highly sought after in many countries. There are many reasons why so many people use TESOL as their ticket to travel. Here are just a few!
Get a paid job overseas
A TESOL certificate is internationally recognised and jobs teaching English are available worldwide. In most cases a TESOL certificate will allow you to negotiate better rates of pay and conditions.
Experience another culture
The cultural experience of being an English teacher in another country is a unique one. It’s not unusual for your students and their families to want to show you around their town or village and share their local culture with you.
Earn an income to continue your travels
Many teachers intersperse travel with teaching placements. As your room and board are often provided you’ll be able to save your pay for further travels.
Get a free flight
Many placements, particularly in China and South Korea include free return flights as part of your contract. The greater the demand for teachers, the more enticements you’ll find in the job offer.
Learn to teach
The English Explorer Global TESOL course will assist you in understanding how to teach English and equip you with the necessary skills and knowledge to do so. This skill is transferable to the workplace in other industries.
Learn another language
Contracts often include free tuition in the local language, which add to your enjoyment of your travels, not to mention improving job prospects when you get home.
The structure of Language
Teaching English to school aged students
English for Business
Teaching English to Adults
English for Travellers
English for the Hospitality Industry
Advanced Insights into Tesol Teaching
Listening and Questioning Techniques
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