Why Teach English as a Foreign Language?

by Dana Newman / Feb 18, 2015 /
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Why teach English as a foreign language?

 

Teaching English as a foreign language is a great way to support yourself during your time abroad. The experience will differ from country to country, city to city, and of course person to person. Some people will teach in a school and some will teach in companies around the city; the students could be children, adults, or even a mix! They can come from all walks of life and enroll in classes for a multitude of reasons. But no matter where you teach or to whom, being an English teacher abroad will introduce you to a different side of the city that you wouldn't otherwise get to see as a tourist.

 

 

 

Learn more: How to teach English as a foreign language

Dana Newman is an expat YouTube vlogger and writer whose debut novel, entitled Found in Prague, is based loosely on her experiences living in the Czech Republic when she first moved to Europe in search of her roots. For the inside scoop on expat life (such as Oktoberfest tips and tricks and the secret of the “magical” European Diet) as well as travel videos from around the world, check out and subscribe to her Wanted an Adventure YouTube channel.

 

 

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