How to Teach English Overseas
Last updated: December 2019
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Details: Over 250 pages of expert advice
One of the greatest things I did was to teach English abroad. That experience allowed me to learn about new cultures, pick up new languages, make international friends, and break out of my routine.
Teaching showed me that if I could get up and move to a new culture and survive, I could do anything I put my mind to. It gave me confidence and international friends.
And it helped me earn a lot of money while still saving for travel and paying off my debts!
There’s so much information online related to teaching overseas. Like you, I was lost and spent days searching the Internet, trying to find up-to-date, honest, and accurate information. I rarely found any (which only added to my stress).
Too many potential teachers give up and lose out on this great experience because they go crazy trying to find trustworthy information.
That’s why I wrote this book — to make you sure you are making the right decision!
This 250+ page book will teach you everything you need to know about landing your dream job and features interviews with dozens of real teachers sharing their secrets, detailed information on the top destinations in the world, sample résumés, advice on nailing your interview, and much more.
How This Guidebook Will Help You
This book will discuss each of these points, offer viewpoints and advice from other teachers, and share my expertise. You don’t need to be stressed or overwhelmed about this process. It’s a lot easier than you think!
Teaching overseas is a great experience. It taught me that if I — a shy, introverted guy — can make it in another culture by myself, I can do anything I set my mind to! The experience boosted my confidence, and I’m forever grateful for the time I spent overseas.
And I want to help you have the same experience.
Here are the questions this guidebook will answer:
- What are the best countries to work in?
- How do I actually teach English as a foreign language?
- Will I be able to find work easily?
- How much can I expect to earn?
- Do I need to speak the local language?
- Will I fit in? Will I make friends with the other teachers?
- What is life like in my potential host country?
- How do I find a good employer who won’t cheat me?
- How do I exactly go about finding a job?
BONUS #1: 22 ENGLISH TEACHERS SHARE THEIR INSIGHTS!
Included in this book are 22 firsthand accounts of what it’s like to teach English overseas. I interviewed teachers from Asia, Europe, and Central and South America. These interviews will give you a personal and firsthand account of what it’s like to be an actual teacher: the ups, the downs, and the amazing good time each teacher had.
BONUS #2: INTERVIEW WITH PLACEMENT EXPERT CARRIE KELLENBERGER
Still worried? Don’t be!
You can become a teacher even if…
|You don’t have a BA (you can get a TEFL instead)|
|You don’t have a TEFL degree (you can teach without one or take a class to get one)|
|You are of a certain age (there are no limits or restrictions!)|
|You don’t have a lot of money (many schools will help get you set up and pay for your flight)|
|You are worried about being a good teacher (schools have plenty of tools to help)|
|You didn’t go to school for teaching (99.99% of English teachers didn’t either!)|
|You’re not from the US (as long as you speak English fluently, it doesn’t matter!)|
Thousands of people teach abroad to earn money to pay off their debt, do something different, have an adventure, and experience the world.
Don’t miss out on the chance to have a life-changing adventure, learn about another culture, make global friends, travel, make a ton of money, and even pay off your loans!