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teaching in morocco or turkey

 
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laila michaud



Joined: 16 Feb 2007
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Location: South Korea

PostPosted: Fri Feb 16, 2007 11:24 am    Post subject: teaching in morocco or turkey Reply with quote

I am just about to complete a one year contract teaching English in South Korea. Although Korea is a great country to start off your ESL career (ie. you can save and it's very safe), i would like to go and teach somewhere a little more exciting and closer to home (England). My partner (Australian) and myself would really like to either teach in Morocco or Turkey. We would be looking at starting work in September 2007. We both have degrees, and now, one year's experience teaching...is this enough for our next desired destination? and is september a good time to go?
If anyone has any views or experience regarding this, please let me know,
Thanks, Laila.
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ada25



Joined: 01 Sep 2009
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PostPosted: Wed Sep 02, 2009 12:30 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Istanbul is a great city with lots and lots to do, very modern, chic, historical etc... I taught at a private middle-high school mixed crowd, back in 2000 and liked it very much...they paid me same amount as the other English teachers, who had degrees in English!? I am Turkish- Canadian, and speak English therefore, they did not require a degree in English for me Smile
So you guys would have no problem in finding a job there! Teaching at universities are also another option, but they may require some qualifications, I am not sure. Check out the possible ads., ask questions, do your research...

It's not so expensive in Turkey, but depending on where you are, (big cities are a bit pricey, ) you can find a decent apartment , and enjoy a very good night life, shopping, cafes, restaurants, etc for a lot less than England! Smile

Good luck !
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