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GoingAwol
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Good videos for people who want to teach English

Post by GoingAwol » July 27th, 2016, 9:23 am

I found this lady's channel on youtube. Her videos are awesome and a really good resource for anyone who wants to teach English.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W2QqOwx0I-o




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Re: Good videos for people who want to teach English

Post by gsjackson » July 27th, 2016, 6:37 pm

Thanks for this, and also for bringing to my attention the CELTA course at International House in Moscow. The CELTA has always seemed daunting because, according to all reports, it is so intense that it takes up literally all your time for an entire month, and at my stage of life I'm not willing to do that. But IH in Moscow offers a 2-month part-time course that meets two days a week from 12:30 to 10:30. That sounds very doable. I may take the course beginning in October if I can recover from knee surgery fast enough.

Also, the cost isn't too bad -- about $1,250 at current exchange rates (they list the price in British pound sterling).

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Re: Good videos for people who want to teach English

Post by GoingAwol » July 28th, 2016, 1:57 am

gsjackson wrote:Thanks for this, and also for bringing to my attention the CELTA course at International House in Moscow. The CELTA has always seemed daunting because, according to all reports, it is so intense that it takes up literally all your time for an entire month, and at my stage of life I'm not willing to do that. But IH in Moscow offers a 2-month part-time course that meets two days a week from 12:30 to 10:30. That sounds very doable. I may take the course beginning in October if I can recover from knee surgery fast enough.

Also, the cost isn't too bad -- about $1,250 at current exchange rates (they list the price in British pound sterling).
I am going to take the full time course there next summer, but i'm going to watch a lot of videos and study to make sure i'm well ahead of the game.

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