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Everything You Wanted To Know About Teaching Eng In Korea

 
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 25, 2013 5:51 pm    Post subject: Everything You Wanted To Know About Teaching Eng In Korea Reply with quote

There has been an exploding demand for native English speakers to teach English in South Korea. English programs and English academies have been spreading like wildfire all over Korea. And, due to an unpredictable economy, many university graduates, travelers, and people from all walks of life are packing their bags and taking advantage of the English boom in Korea.

Korean institutions are paying good money ($2,000-$2,500USD a month) and offering excellent benefits (free housing, 30 hour work weeks) to Westerners who are willing to explore the unfamiliar, pack up their bags, and teach in thriving South Korea.

This is the complete guidebook on how to relocate to South Korea and become an English teacher. This book illustrates the many advantages (low taxes, high standard of living, friendly people, safe streets) and challenges (dating, language barriers, disciplining students, getting along with co-workers) that the first time teacher can expect to confront in Korea.

To continue reading the article go to .... http://singleabroad.wordpress.com/2012/12/28/everything-you-wanted-to-know-about-teaching-english-in-korea-but-were-afraid-to-ask/
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PostPosted: Wed Oct 02, 2013 8:07 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Teach English in South Korea with CIEE and explore a country that embraces both a modern and traditional way of life. Experience first-hand, the sense of nationalism that has been inspired by the independence gained after a history of tug-of-war between Chinese and Japanese rule. Learn to see other perspectives, such as the influence of centuries of Confucian teachings. Teaching overseas with CIEE will open doors for you to make friends in a new corner of the world, all the while, you will be contributing to the language and cultural education of your students. Break out of your routine and learn things about yourself-and others -you cannot by staying home.

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