How to Teach English Abroad

How to Teach English Abroad

How to Teach English Abroad

Wouldn’t it be amazing if you were working and living overseas and seeing the world in just a few short weeks from now?

This is a Ten-Week Plan to a New Job and a New Life Abroad

Here’s how YOU can do it

Landing a job abroad is easier than you think!

How to Teach English Overseas is your step-by-step guide to a new life and job abroad using a proven method.

You don’t need a degree. It’s a real bonus if you have one. You’ll be able earn and save much more if you do. There are no foreign language skills required. If you are a native speaker of English, you can start!

Yes, that’s all!

“Dare to live the life you have dreamed for yourself. Go forward and make your dreams come true.” — Ralph Waldo Emerson

The How to Teach English Overseas eBook:

  • Lets you know that you don’t need to know the native language of your students. 99% of new teachers don’t and your employer doesn’t want you to use it anyway.
  • Tells you exactly what do on a week-by-week basis from getting your passport to getting adjusted in your new job and apartment.
  • Provides a checklist for the end of each week so you know that you are on track.
  • Gives you links to valuable resources that helped the author succeed.
  • Is written in plain English and easy to understand.
  • Is written for the absolute novice to get started in TEFL. No experience needed!
  • Includes 20 important questions you need to ask yourself BEFORE you decide to go.
  • Tells you what schools and employers are REALLY looking for. You will be surprised!
  • Includes an overview of your first two weeks in your new country and in your own classroom.
  • Gives you an example lesson plan and basic ideas on how to teach English and links and sources for hundreds more.

So . . . why 10 weeks?

You can probably get overseas faster!

Ten weeks should be enough for you to get your passport (if you don’t currently have one), research and make a decision about the best country to go to. Then conduct a job search, land the job, arrange your travel plans, visa and work permit, make the move and actually be on the job.

The toughest part is making the decision to you.  Breaking that inertia is difficult for some people, but this eBook can help you through it.

Change your job and life.

Get this book FREE HERE.

How to Teach English Abroad