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"I returned last year from Sri lanka where I taught at an International school for 2 and a half years. During this period I did teach EFL classes to students. I am now considering spending more time doing this in another country. Though I have some experience, I have no qualifications in this field. Would my time spent in Sri Lanka count for anything or is it advisable to secure some kind of TEFL qualification? There seem to be so many available courses. If I did elect to enrol on a course, are they all pretty much the same? "
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It strikes me that in times of world crises our students see us as being representatives of the countries we come from and their policies as much as being their teachers. How do we handle sensitive political issues in these difficult times?

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It is probably wise to avoid politics in the classroom, indeed some countries' laws forbid it. Instead it is to be hoped that by being a caring, sensitive teacher who tries to provide for the students language needs, in some small way we can help to bridge any divides that may exist.




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