Working in Argentina

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Working in Argentina

Unread post by domflo » Sun May 14, 2006 7:32 pm

Hi guys,
If anyone has advice about teaching English in Buenos Aires, Argentina then I would be really thankful. I'm going there in August 2006.

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Unread post by ca_gandahan » Thu May 25, 2006 8:44 am

haven't been there sorry! :(

take care though...

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Unread post by silvanaana » Fri May 26, 2006 9:43 pm

:D Hello! working is Argentina is going to be easy for you! especially if you´re a native Ebglish speaker...I shouldn´t be giving you advice, since you are competition to me! (I´m an English teacher, but I´m a native Spanish speaker) but here it goes: just be yourself, be very commited to teaching, Argentinians are very hard-working people and love to learn, but we value not only the capacity of the teacher, but most importantly the way he/she teaches. We like to develop nice relationships between students and teachers, we love friendly atmospheres, and that´s what a teacher should provide.
good luck!

Sarah C
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Teaching in Argentina

Unread post by Sarah C » Sat Jun 17, 2006 9:12 am

I am looking at moving to Buenos Aires in August 06. I am just finishing an TEFL certificate online and this will be my first teaching abroad job.

Does any one have ideas on the best way to get a job. What is the demand like at the moment? What is a good way to get hold of contact details for schools? Is it possible to secure a job from outside Argentina before I arrive?

Any help most appreciated!!!!!!!!!!

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