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A comprehensive beginner’s guide to TEFL (six of the best)

Posted: 26 Aug 2015, 22:34
by John V55
A series of self-prepared articles
* The site will only allow three url's so the following three will continue under this post

Like everything else in life, opportunities won’t come to you. In a competitive world and amidst the millions of ‘others’, make yourself a product (‘It’s finger lickin’ good and ‘I’m lovin’ it’), that recruiters will search for and employers will buy. It’s not easy, it requires time and effort, but the time investment will pay off in the end.

If there’s a need for this type of information I’m willing to work, time permitting, one-to-one (at absolutely no cost), to help out those struggling.

1. Design a professional looking resume
http://www.academia.edu/11730253/Design ... her_Resume

2. Design a complete semester syllabus of lesson plans and a couple of demonstrations (You’ll need them)
http://www.academia.edu/11730502/ABL_TEFL_SYLLABUS

3. Join Linkedin
http://www.linkedin.com/in/asiateacher

Re: A comprehensive beginner’s guide to TEFL (six of the best)

Posted: 26 Aug 2015, 22:35
by John V55
4. Write some articles and publish them on ‘academia.edu’ (about anything you’re familiar with). This can become your one stop shop for recruiters and writing samples, complete with CV, links out and a showcase portfolio. A extremely reputable site; Google will pick up your posts almost immediately and showcase them (free quality advertising)
http://www.academia.edu/12117287/Ordos_ ... Fact_Sheet

5. Advertise on ‘serious teachers.com’ (make your resume active)
http://seriousteachers.com/

6. The end product
http://independent.academia.edu/JohnV7/CurriculumVitae