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Jantje
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A friend of mine graduated S1 in Semarang. She wants to become a GOOD English language teacher on university level in Indonesia. I want to support her. What are the possibilities in the region and what are the costs involved? Singapore, Australia?

Thanks,

Jantje



sidia
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ask Ms Kinanti Pinta , maybe she has information.


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triss
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Hello Jantje,

All I know about teaching English as a second language is that you need a qualification, such as certificate in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages or Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults. There are many other qualifications, but those two are the main ones.

Well, that is what English native speakers need so that they can teach English in Indonesia or any other countries.

maybe this will help http://www.cambridgeesol.org/teaching/celta.htm





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For what it's worth, I am an American, and I met Indonesian several girls at the Embassy who were spoke excellent English. They said they learned in Singapore. Personally, I believe Singapore schools teach a much "cleaner" form of English that you would get in Australia. Frequently, I find that the English spoken in Australia and even Britain difficult to understand because of the accent. I suppose the same is true for American English. Singaporians have all varieties of "Singlish" (half-English and half-Chinese or something like that). But in a Singapore school, and among serious students I think you are less likely to pick up a dialect that just naturally comes with the country.

Sorry, I know nothing about cost.


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