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English Teaching in Argentina

Tuesday, October 30th, 2007


A foreign teacher over on Dave’s ESL Cafe will be leaving Argentina very soon and has some private classes he would like to pass along.

If you’re interested, you can reach him via Dave’s International Job Forums in the Latin America section or directly by email at

The TEFL Job Interview

Monday, January 8th, 2007

I wrote this article in 2004 and it was graciously hosted by

So, here it is again for a new audience, with some notes provided by on Tips for Getting Through Your TEFL Course.

Latin America – The Job Interview – by Guy Courchesne

Published in the ESL / EFL JobFinder – 02/17/2004

Teachers Latin America

Congratulations! You just finished your EFL teacher training, those grueling four weeks of sweating over coming up with interesting ideas for classes, of pouring over page after page of Behaviorist vs. Cognitivist theory, of juggling type IV conditionals.

Well you’re all done. So what’s next? All this time, you’ve been dreaming about what wonderful new things you’ll see and do in Santiago de Chile, in Buenos Aires, in San Miguel de Allende. You’ve also been worrying about apartments, about plane tickets, about work permits, but the most important event has yet to come: the job interview.

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Finding Teaching Jobs in Mexico

Thursday, January 4th, 2007

Teaching in Mexico

There are lots and lots and lots of English teaching jobs in Mexico, for the first-time teacher, to the seasoned vet, to the university professor, and yes, even for the backpacking types ... [Continue reading this entry]

On Being a TEFL Course Trainer

Thursday, January 4th, 2007

I must say that this has been a very interesting and fulfilling job. I didn't expect to be where I am now when I first arrived in Mexico almost 6 years ago. But, opportunities and offers kept coming, ... [Continue reading this entry]