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SELTI International in Budapest

Unread postby RosieGirl » 02 Dec 2009, 16:14

Hi everyone!

I'm just starting my job search and I was wondering if anyone knew anything about SELTI International school in Budapest. Or does anyone have any thoughts on teaching in Hungary or Budapest in general?

Thank you!!
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Re: SELTI International in Budapest

Unread postby mrandersson » 02 Dec 2009, 23:44

Hi Rosie,
Just thought id reply to your post. yes i have thought about Hungary but just need to finish one last page on my TEFL. I need a lesson plan to teach young beginners at the age of 5 the use of double sounds: ai,ay,ir and oa. i would be much obliged if you could help me with this lesson plan. I must have it handed in by tomorrow at the latest. Hey! have you though about Russia at all. I kinda have friends there or in poland + i also know a little of each language. I am taking Russian classes in January.
I really hope you can help me with this lesson plan,
thanks,
Ken.
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Re: SELTI International in Budapest

Unread postby anita » 18 Dec 2009, 09:52

Hi There!
Im new here in this site!
Im Anita!
Sorry but I have no Idea on that topic.
I hope I can have more friends here!
Im happy to be part of this community!
Hope to see you soon Guys!
Thanks!...
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Re: SELTI International in Budapest

Unread postby jonnielsen » 16 Feb 2010, 15:27

Hello anita,

We are just the same and I'm also new here in tefl and this site really helps me a lot in my teaching. I'm so glad that I've been a member here and sure thing you will enjoy the company of other teachers here. Have a great day!
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