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Teaching English In China/Taiwan/HongKong/Japan
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Posted 3/23/08

peng27 wrote:


You shouldn't teach English anywhere if you don't know the rules of capitalization and punctuation. :angry:


xx LOL ^^ xx
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Posted 3/23/08

Hitokiri-Battoussai wrote:

Recently Debating With Myself Whether I Would Like To Teach Overseas [I'm Your Typical
Chinese Wuxia/Drama Nut As Well As Loving Anime And Manga And Im Curious If Any1 Here Would Have Any Ideas About The Kind Of Conditions I Would Be Living Under In Any Of The Listed Countries If Anyone Has Any Information Or Opinions They Would Like To Share Please Do It Would Be Greatly Appreciated!!!!!!


If you wanna teach english, start with your use of capitalization. Wrong Capitalization is an English teacher's mortal enemy.

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Posted 3/23/08
I taught in Japan for three years, in a rural area of Mir Prefecture, in the city of Kumano. If you have questions about teaching in Japan, I can probably answer them. If you want to teach in Japan and you have your Bachelor's Degree, it is really easy. The best program is the one that I went through-the JET (Japan Exchange and Teaching) Program. It is run by the Japnese government and is the best because the pay is good, hours are probably not going to be long, and your housing situation will probably be subsidized by the gov't and fairly good. If you don't make it into JET, you can go to Japan with one of the English schools like AEON or NOVA, but I heard they expect you to work long hours and the housing situation will be terrible- they will cram you together with other foreigners in 'gaijin houses.'
It seems like as long as you have your Bachelor's Degree, it should not be hard to get a job teaching in China or Korea either. Although I don't know much about teaching in those countries, having only heard about it secondhand...
Posted 3/23/08
so much.. cap.. in the first letter of the word.. well... good luck.. @@
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Posted 3/23/08
I don't see why everyone is complaining. The girl wants to teach overseas, I don't see anything wrong with that. Go for it. (: You would probably have to pay the same expenses you do here.
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Posted 3/23/08
Do Japanese female students give sex for better grades to their White American teachers?
I figure Japs dont rat on their teachers sexual advances like White American female students do.
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Posted 3/30/08
erm.... ur going to have a good experince i guess?
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