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How To Make Money Teaching English-In the Classroom, Online, or Out of The Country

Updated on June 16, 2016

Teaching English

I learned How To Make Money Teaching English and it is easy to do. If you are interested in teaching, there are plenty of foreign born non-English speakers who want to learn. There are several sites that advertise for English as a second language teachers. Many people are willing to pay a tutor to teach them the language.Teaching English abroad or online the choice is yours. If you are willing to commit to a long term assignment you can work in many countries around the world teaching. If you prefer to stay close to home there are also opportunities to teach via the internet.

I discovered when I was learning Spanish, that a tutor was the best way to learn a language quickly. Another alternative is teaching in a bilingual school where many non-English families live. You can make money while working for a local school district. Giving language lessons will make money and support a good lifestyle. I have a close friend who just moved abroad to teach. She has plenty of time for sightseeing and enjoys learning about the new culture in the country she now lives. She has a full life and the ability to travel at the same time.

Many people find teaching English online is an easy way to make a good living. There are some online companies that will set you up to teach from the comfort of your home. You will be able to set your own schedule and work with student who have a true desire to learn. Teaching online is a fairly new way of teaching and it is growing across the globe each day. Through teleconferencing teachers and student interact with each other just as if they were in a classroom.

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English as a Second Language

Teaching English is a fun and rewarding way to make a living. Live in some of the finest places in the world. You will have the opportunity to learn new cultures and learn new languages yourself. I have done it and it is one of my most rewarding experiences ever.

I made a lot of new friends and traveled across the world. I saw many of the landmarks you may have read about in books. I enjoyed some of the best snorkeling in the world. I swam on the Great reef and saw a variety of outstanding sight. There is plenty of time for travel and the rewards of teaching English to others is outstanding.

Don't sit around thinking about it, the time to do it is now. Take lots of photos as memories of the times you visited. I did and every time I look at them I remember the wonderful time and experiences I had in those countries.

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Where to Teach English Abroad

Teaching English abroad is a rewarding experience and an opportunity to travel. I know this from experience. Learn about new cultures and earn money while teaching. I like to travel in Central and South America.

I have visited the ancient Mayan ruins and stood in awe of the history I witnessed. You too can find these experiences. This is an opportunity not only to make money, but to learn about the world first hand. The memories are incredible. Don't miss out learn about how to do it today.

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Teaching in a new setting especially with students from a different culture is an enlightening experience.

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Teach English Online

If you own a computer you have the tools to teach online. All you need is a high speed internet connection and you will be on your way to a rewarding career.

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    • ESLinsider LM profile image

      ESLinsider LM 

      3 years ago

      I usually recommend going to the country to find a job versus finding one here through a recruiter or other. It's best to see in person.

    • Adventuretravels profile image


      4 years ago from UK

      My husband had a great time teaching English abroad when he was young. I would encourage anyone to have a go. It really widens your horizons and fills your working life with rewards!

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      4 years ago

      Very interesting. I was a study skills tutor at my local university before I retired, so had contact with many international students, which I enjoyed. I had never thought about teaching English online, so this was a most useful lens. I will investigate the ideas. Thank you.

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      4 years ago

      This is a terrific lens. In the 1980s I took a sabbatical from flying helicopters for Petroleum helicopters down in your area of the world. I was stationed in Lafayette LA, and flew the Gulf from Panama city to Galveston. I went to Spain to study classical guitar and spent four years teaching English, first at a university. Later my students turned me private, to make a smaller class. It was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life. After returning to America, I was struck by a car while walking across 3'rd Ave in N.Y. Those students came to America, alternating years, to help care for my son, who was born there, and was part of my classes. They helped me until he was 14, and I had recovered. You have given others who wish to have an adventure teaching English, a great road map.


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