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9th October 2014
Casa Cacique

Perfect traveling skill!
Good for you for making it through the TESOL course (and in such a gorgeous spot) and successfully finding a great job close to Taty. I went into ESL as a traveling skill, but ended up teaching in California for twenty years. Now, I'm sort of living in Arequipa, Peru, and am the resource person for the teachers I'm living with. And believe me, even an MA in English Literature doesn't help one be a good teacher; however, it sounds as if you have what it takes to be a great teacher. Good luck!
13th October 2014
Casa Cacique

Hi Tara, thanks for your comment! Living in Arequipa sounds great, I visited there a few years ago! Yeah that is good to know, I have a long way to go to get up to your standard I'm sure, but I'm looking forward to gaining more experience and improving. Hope you keep enjoying Peru :)
9th October 2014

Well done, Teacher!
I teach ESL in China. It was nice to read about your experience in Ecuador. I would love to move to South America and teach either French or English... someday... Good luck to you!
9th October 2014

Thanks for the comment. Yeah had a great experience here on the course and I'm really enjoy the teaching. You should definitely consider South America for the future, I'm sure you would love it. China definitely interests me and I'll hopefully get a chance to visit one day. Hope you are enjoying it out there and the teaching is going well!
17th December 2011

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