Thinking of teaching English in China? One person’s experience.

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Travel writer Laura Mosley writes about the highs and lows of her TEFL experience in China

With English becoming an increasingly popular language across the world and a lingua franca for business and global communications, the demand to speak it is high. So naturally, TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) has taken off too. With a multitude of programs online; the 120-hour course offers the chance for native speakers to equip themselves with the skills to teach the language and then jet off across the world in pursuit of adventure – getting paid to do it in the process. Yet rather than spending my summer training at the confines of my laptop, I opted to fly halfway across the world to China for an experience I’ll never forget.

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