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What are the career options after completing foreign language courses?

I am very much interested in learning different languages. #language #languages #foreign-affairs...

#language-teaching

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:35

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Posted by Mohammed S.
Raman Chandel | Technical Support Supervisor at Dell | M.B.A | ... Academic qualification and proficiency in foreign languages opens the gate for ...

My university offers a five year Master's program for Education Majors, should I complete a fifth year for my masters or should I go straight into full time teaching?

I want to teach Middle School English until I can learn more than three languages. I do not plan to teach for more than 8 years, but things may change the further I get into my major (as I am a first year student). I would like to know the significance of a Master's Degree in the field of...

#teaching #language-teaching #teacher

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Active Oct 13 '17 at 09:55

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Posted by Desirae L.
Elaine Sabra | Retired elementary teacher Thanks for asking. I would definitely take the Masters pr ogram ...

Best ways to study abroad?

I am interested in as many study abroad opportunities as I can get involved in, as I am seeking a degree in English education and wish to be an English as a foreign language teacher abroad, and would like to gain more learning experience living abroad. However, it is very expensive to do so and...

#education #study-abroad #language-teaching #english-as-a-second-language

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Active Mar 06 at 08:08

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Posted by Rachel D.
Rachel Chace | AmeriCorps Urban Education Fellow, TutorCorps Ussually you can use your regular grants, scholarships, and loans from ...

What are the perks to being a language teacher? Art teacher? Social studies teacher?

I know I want to be a high school teacher,but I am just trying to figure out what to specialize in. I love art, but I also love french, and history and sociology are super interesting. #art #teaching #language-teaching #teach-history...

#secondary-education

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Active Feb 07 at 12:21

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Posted by Mackenzie Z.
Ellen Rosenthal | Retired Art Teacher at Fairfax County Public Schools Hi MackenzieI'm a retired art teacher, and I'll answer from my ...

Are taking AP classes and a language in high school better than college?

People have told me you don't even get a lot of credits for AP classes and that they just drop you GPA. Is this true? What option will save me more money? Also, when the high school speech guy talked about what he wished he would do he said that he would take the lanuage four years during high...

#student-counseling #psychology #life-coach #professor #language-teaching #graduate #mentoring #student

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Active Jul 21 '17 at 14:34

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Posted by Chanel F.
Matthew Armes | Academic Counselor, University of Pennsylvania Chanel, thanks for this question. It's not an easy one to ...

How can you be an advocate for ELLs?

I am a recent Michigan State University Elementary Education graduate with a minor in TESOL (Teaching English to Students of Other Languages). I might have a future in the field of ELL/ESL teaching. #ell #esl #esl-teaching #teaching-english-as-a-second-language-tefl #teaching...

#foreign-languages #language-teaching #english-as-a-second-language

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Active Feb 23 at 21:05

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Posted by Morgan P.
Laurel Schulert | Content Developer at Concur, an SAP company Hi Morgan, I originally earned my teaching certificate in Michigan, but ...

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