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An Idiot's Guide to TEFL

An Idiot's Guide to TEFL

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Published by i-to-i TEFL
Get your free ‘An Idiot’s Guide to TEFL’ today and you’ll get a complete overview of the TEFL world! From choosing your TEFL course to teaching abroad and planning lessons, you’re sure to get everything you need in this free e-Guide!
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Get your free ‘An Idiot’s Guide to TEFL’ today and you’ll get a complete overview of the TEFL world! From choosing your TEFL course to teaching abroad and planning lessons, you’re sure to get everything you need in this free e-Guide!
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Published by: i-to-i TEFL on Jun 28, 2012
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A Note from the Experts:
What Linda Richardson has to say
Taking the Leap:
Is it for you & getting qualied
Busting a Move:
Letter of notice, nding a job, planning your move,boarding the ight
You’ve Arrived!
Arriving abroad, settling in, getting ready for the rst day
First Day Jitters:
First day at school, planning lessons & exploring your newhome
It’s Hard to Say Goodbye:
Saying goodbye to your students & friends… saying helloto your new home
Extras to Help You Go:
Packing list, vaccinations, a page from Craig’s diary
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If only i-to-i had been around when I rst started TEFLing thenI wouldn’t have...Packed a bag full of TOTALLY unsuitable clothesArrived with my Spanish phrase book, when everyone spokeCatalan (it’s a COMPLETELY different language)Swotted up on obscure grammar points when I should havebeen learning about ice breakers and milling and role plays.(But I still love grammar; ten points if you can name the grammar construction I used in the opening sentence,email me, go on!)I always wanted to travel; I took a year off from college andworked on farms in Israel, picked lemons in Crete, waitressed inGermany, chamber maided in France. All great fun thanks, buthard work! And very sweaty sometimes too.
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