This is how much South Africans can earn teaching English in China
South Africans who have completed a TEFL course (Teach English as a Foreign Language), can make serious money teaching in China.
According to data provided to BusinessTech by Global Teacher Recruitment, TEFL teachers can earn anywhere between R30,000 – R45,000 a month depending on where they work and who they teach.
The Most Convenient Way To Get A TEFL Certificate
The Correspondence TEFL Course is designed to give aspiring English teachers the possibility of getting a solid teaching qualification and to gain marketability when searching for work, especially abroad, but are not able to attend full time courses.
3 Key Tips to Choosing a TEFL Course
Teaching English is not as easy as it sounds. You are very often teaching people who don’t understand you and vice versa. That said, it is a richly rewarding profession. You ultimately play a role in your student’s future. So, it is your responsibility to invest in a course that offers you high quality instruction, helps you assess your teaching qualities, enriches your skills and helps you gain experience.
5 Things You Can Do With a TEFL Certificate and No Degree
Quite often the first question I am asked is: “Where can I teach and earn a decent salary without a degree?” It is a very difficult question to answer because, what exactly is a decent salary? It varies from person to person. That said, if you want to earn mega bucks you need to teach in the Middle East and for that you do need a degree.
10 Things you are not told about TEFL
ONE – TEFL is a real job! You have to prepare lessons, source interesting material and put together a lesson that will engage and challenge the students and not bore them to tears. This is just the tip of the iceberg.
TWO – You actually need to know the grammar too, so you have to study! Do you know what the Zero Conditional is or can you recognise a Relative Clause? Very often students know more than you so you need to know your stuff. You need to be an expert at what you are teaching in that moment, Think about it. If you pay to do a course, don’t you expect your teacher to know what he/she is talking about?
A Top Psychologist Told Us Why People Who Work Abroad Are More Creative
Like on the other side of the world.
According to Adam Grant, a University of Pennsylvania psychologist and author of the new book “Originals: How Non-Conformists Move the World”, working abroad has startling effects for creativity.