Teach English Abroad: An Inside Out Look at the ESL Industry

TEFL, CELTA and TESOL: Introductory Guide to Teaching English as a Second Language
Narrated by: Jeremy Zentner
Length: 57 mins
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Publisher's Summary

This book isn't for those looking for lesson plans, group management skills, life betterment mantras, travel the world clichés, or yoga poses. 

This is a quick, light, and easy-to-understand book that will introduce you to the world of teaching English abroad and the roles that almost any native English speaker will be able to do, such as:

  • How to make a living teaching English abroad
  • How to find corporate ESL work
  • How to go freelance
  • How to become a highly paid governor or governess
  • How to lifestyle arbitrage via Skype

If you have ever thought of finding a job that pays well while allowing you to travel abroad, then teaching English may be for you.

This introductory book will tell you just how easy it really is to pack your bags and begin your journey!

©2016 Jeremy Zentner (P)2018 Jeremy Zentner

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Not A Lot of Information - Mostly About Russia

The author listed a couple of websites to check. It was mostly a little advice about teaching or working as a nanny in Russia. Very general.