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|ESL Teacher From The US- Question by HayatH(f): 3:09am On Feb 11, 2017|
I'm interested In becoming an ESL teacher because I love English and also I want to teach others. Funny thing is last year, whenever someone mentioned teaching, I would tell them straight up that I'll never become a teacher. Well this year, I started to become interested and I was wondering if Nigeria or Kenya will hire a student from the US to teach English there? I searched a little but I didn't really find much information.
|Re: ESL Teacher From The US- Question by Originalsly: 3:28am On Feb 11, 2017|
Hmmm..... interested in teaching ESL (English as Second Language) to whom in Nigeria?... or Kenya? What other languages do you know?
|Re: ESL Teacher From The US- Question by HayatH(f): 3:37am On Feb 11, 2017|
Yes I'm interested and I wanted to teach high school kids or adults. I speak Somali, little bit of Kiswahili lol. My mom is Somali and my father is Kenyan. If you're wondering what a Somali girl is doing in this forum, my Nigerian friend uses nairaland all the time and encouraged me to make an account.
|Re: ESL Teacher From The US- Question by oska09: 9:40pm On Feb 21, 2017|
if you are interested in teaching villanueva, Honduras and Tanzania and Marshall island, spain. with free accommodation, free WiFi, water and electricity. also monthly salary of $500USD to people who are ready to teach. for more enquiry pls call:
09090010248 or 07018037909
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