The Guide to English Language Teaching 2005 is an essential reference guide for anyone involved in English language teaching or for anyone considering starting as an English language teacher. It provides the latest information on qualifications, courses and course-providers in over 100 countries, together with paths for career development from initial certificate through to Masters and PhDs. If you are planning a career as an English language teacher, this book is for you Fully updated for 2005, this is a comprehensive, in-depth guide to the international English language teaching industry. This guide provides details of the qualifications you will need to work, how and where to train andhow to find a job (with a directory of websites). Once you have qualified, you can work almost anywhere in the world - and this guide includes profiles of over 100 countries, with descriptions of their job prospects, salary, cost-of-living, working conditions, legal, tax and visa requirements, and safety.A. Salaries/Taxes: Low wages for teachers and high taxation rates make it difficult for teachers to survive here. ... There is a great demand for English language teachers in Italy but it can be hard to find work, especially in the major cities. Generally, teachers need ... Schools are trying to save money so recruitment from overseas is much less common than it was in the past, as schools tend to recruit locally.
|Title||:||The Guide to English Language Teaching Yearbook 2005|
|Publisher||:||Modern English Publishing - 2005-02|