Some people want to travel the world and see its wonders. Some people want to devote their skills to teaching students. If you’re one of the people who’d like to do both, then ESL teaching may just be for you.
English as a Second Language is in demand all over the world, and you can combine your wanderlust with your service to the next generation in one rewarding career. Alternatively, you can also become an ESL teacher online and work from home, or get a job working in a local language school. But with the wealth of options available, finding the right English teaching job can sometimes seem overwhelming.
To make things easier for you, we’ve compiled everything prospective ESL teachers need to know in one useful guide. This article walks you through all the options available to you, the skills needed to do well in the field, likely prospects for work, and a few tips on how to get started.
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- What is Teaching English as a Second Language?
ESL means English as a Second Language, and is also commonly used to refer to teaching English as a second language. It can also refer to the qualification necessary to teach English as a second language. Teachers with such qualifications are in demand all over the globe.
- About us
- ASL Interpreting
- Cultural Awareness workshops
- Face to Face (F2F)
- Helping Children to settle in the school
- Helping EAL Children to learn English
- Personal Independece Payment (PIP)
- Preparation for GCSE exams in other languages
- School Support for EAL children
- Telephone Interpreting
- Video Interpreting