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Teach & Travel the world by Teaching English as a Second Language

Teach & Travel brings you the latest ESL information, news and jobs that offers English teaching resources worldwide for  English Teachers to teach conversational English of all ages and levels and travel overseas, such as, Europe, China, Japan, S. Korea, Mideast, and many other countries. You can teach English anywhere in the world and you can choose to stay in each country for a short or a long time.

Living and teaching abroad can be very rewarding and wonderful, but also it is very challenging and you need to be interested in other cultures and teaching. You can learn many things, such as, culture, meeting new people and other teachers from all over the world. Information on jobs in South Korea

Finally, we wish you the best of luck in living, travelling, teaching, learning another culture, and most importantly earning good income and meeting cool and new people. You can also find English  resources ESL/EFL for teachers and students to help you teach English as a teacher or learn English as a student. In addition writing for students.  My Dissertations – dissertation writing service.

It is a very good idea to get certified before teaching by getting a certificate you can learn some methods of teaching. These certificates are designed to help you in your first teaching job TESOL, TEFL, TESL, and teacher training go and online TESOL/TEFL certificate.

Also you can find lots of lesson plans, jobs, and more. If you have questions you can get them answered at the forum

How to find a job as an English teacher sample job offer sample contracts, resume sample, CV sample formats and resumes for teachers. You can get an idea on how find a TEFL job. You can also post and view your resume in this section

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