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Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« on: July 15, 2020, 02:41:18 pm »
Female. Age 24. Nationality: Indian. Looking for English teaching job. Eligible for E-2 category visa as a language teacher under Korea visa rules(CEPA Agreement). All education in English medium. Native English speaker. Scored 8.5/9 band score in IELTS (International English Language Testing System).
Qualifications:
1. Masters in Biotechnology
2. Bachelors in Education (To receive transcripts by Sep-Oct)
3. 220 hrs TEFL certification (120 hr general, 50 hr CTEYL, 50 hr CTBE)
4. Currently pursuing 'School Health for Children and Adolescents' course online (University of Colorado).
 Experience
Currently employed in a CBSE affiliated English medium school teaching students aged 12-17 since August 14, 2018.
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« Last Edit: July 15, 2020, 09:38:36 pm by priyanka9 »


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #1 on: July 15, 2020, 08:54:16 pm »
Sorry, can't offer you a job right now but if I could,I would.
Good luck. I 'm thinking that you would be plus for any English institute.


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #2 on: July 15, 2020, 09:37:29 pm »
Sorry, can't offer you a job right now but if I could,I would.
Good luck. I 'm thinking that you would be plus for any English institute.
Thank you. I would love to know any job suitable for me in the future from you if it may not be too much to ask from you.  Have a good day


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Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #3 on: July 16, 2020, 09:34:03 am »
A master's in biotech and a B.Ed, at the tender age of 24?

I don't know how it works in India, but in my country (South Africa) it takes a minimum of six years to work your way up to master's level (three years at undergraduate level, one year of honours, and two years master's), and a B.Ed takes 4 years.

So you started uni at 14? Impressive.


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #4 on: July 16, 2020, 09:37:50 am »
A master's in biotech and a B.Ed, at the tender age of 24?

I don't know how it works in India, but in my country (South Africa) it takes a minimum of six years to work your way up to master's level (three years at undergraduate level, one year of honours, and two years master's), and a B.Ed takes 4 years.

So you started uni at 14? Impressive.

Masterís in states only takes 1-2 years usually. Phd takes 3-5.


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #5 on: July 16, 2020, 09:39:56 am »
A master's in biotech and a B.Ed, at the tender age of 24?

I don't know how it works in India, but in my country (South Africa) it takes a minimum of six years to work your way up to master's level (three years at undergraduate level, one year of honours, and two years master's), and a B.Ed takes 4 years.

So you started uni at 14? Impressive.
It took me 5 years for my Bachelors and Masters in Biotech. I had an integrated course. B.Ed is 2 years here. So I started college at 17. Integrated courses speed up the process I guess...


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #6 on: July 16, 2020, 09:41:22 am »
Masterís in states only takes 1-2 years usually. Phd takes 3-5.
Yes. Due to my integrated course, I did my Masters in a year.


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Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #7 on: July 16, 2020, 09:48:19 am »
Masterís in states only takes 1-2 years usually. Phd takes 3-5.
You can just start a master's from scratch (i.e. without doing an undergraduate degree first)? Doubt it.


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #8 on: July 16, 2020, 09:53:02 am »
You can just start a master's from scratch (i.e. without doing an undergraduate degree first)? Doubt it.

A four degree can be done in 3 years or so at the earliest. 17-18 start 20-21 finish. Masters 1.5 years. Age 22-24


Yes. Due to my integrated course, I did my Masters in a year.
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Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #9 on: July 16, 2020, 10:21:03 am »
B.Ed is 2 years here
You can become a full-fledged licensed teacher in two years? I'm not doubting your competence (I'm sure you're a much better teacher than me), but this is quite remarkable. Is India starved for teachers or something?

In SA the great majority of undergraduate degrees take three years (some people take longer because they're lazy and end up failing a few modules). The B.Ed is the only undergraduate degree that I'm aware of that takes a minimum of four years. I always assumed it's because working with children is a huge responsibility that requires additional training. Interesting how different countries can have such different views.


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Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #10 on: July 16, 2020, 10:59:37 am »
UK is 3/4 years BA/BSc + 1 Year PGCE + 1 Year NQT Year (As a teacher)

Perhaps there are other routes I'm not aware of but that is the most common.
Haven't you got some pictures of birds to be jacking off to, son?

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Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #11 on: July 16, 2020, 11:03:01 am »
You can become a full-fledged licensed teacher in two years? I'm not doubting your competence (I'm sure you're a much better teacher than me), but this is quite remarkable. Is India starved for teachers or something?

In SA the great majority of undergraduate degrees take three years (some people take longer because they're lazy and end up failing a few modules). The B.Ed is the only undergraduate degree that I'm aware of that takes a minimum of four years. I always assumed it's because working with children is a huge responsibility that requires additional training. Interesting how different countries can have such different views.
India is planning to change it into a four year degree but for now it is a two-year degree. Then again, a lot of teachers do have to give certain tests and have other qualifications to work as a teacher. Additional training is also provided by the schools sometimes themselves. India has a large amount of private schools and a lot of emphasis is given on previous experience, if that makes sense.


Re: Female, 24. Looking for an English teaching job.
« Reply #12 on: July 16, 2020, 11:05:57 am »
You can become a full-fledged licensed teacher in two years? I'm not doubting your competence (I'm sure you're a much better teacher than me), but this is quite remarkable. Is India starved for teachers or something?

In SA the great majority of undergraduate degrees take three years (some people take longer because they're lazy and end up failing a few modules). The B.Ed is the only undergraduate degree that I'm aware of that takes a minimum of four years. I always assumed it's because working with children is a huge responsibility that requires additional training. Interesting how different countries can have such different views.
Also in India, B.Ed is not allowed after high school and a minimum of a bachelor degree is required to take admission in B.Ed.