Before you read part 1 of the English Teaching Guide, I would recommend taking a look at the introduction on the hub page
You may have heard the saying “there’s more than one way to skin a cat”, well the same is true for teaching English as a second language (ESL). What may work for one person may not work for another.
Whether you have experience or knowledge in teaching English or not, you can teach English. I will go over the knowledge side in the next part but with that in mind, I would like to go over a few different typical “English Teaching Scenarios” so that you can see which one you best fit into.
*Note: I am not including public schools and universities as these aren’t typical scenarios. They are very bureaucratic and Brazilians with degrees and vestibular as well as connections usually get hired.
Now before diving into these scenarios, keep in mind that you will need some type of a relevant visa allowing you to work (except scenario 5).