February 25, 2011

Book: Freelance English Teaching in Eastern Europe

From http://www.c-s-p.org/Flyers/Freelance-English-Teaching-in-Eastern-Europe--A-Perspective-from-R-P-1-4438-0037-6.htm

Freelance English Teaching in Eastern Europe: A Perspective from R.P.
Author: Christopher Stanling
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Description: Freelance English Teaching in Eastern Europe – A Perspective from R.P. features exclusive insights and anecdotes about living in E. Europe and working as a freelance English teacher - an exciting occupation for college students and graduates hoping to integrate into the local work force. It has 43 chapters including The Nature of Work and Qualifications; English the International Language; Outsourcing, Multinational Corporations and English; Eastern Europe Turns to English; Job Offers, Competition, and Cowboy Schools; the School Contract; Advertising; Combining Work With Travel and Entertainment; Impressions From a Different Culture, and Conditions, Resources, and Contract for Freelancing.

Visit the publisher’s website at http://www.c-s-p.org/Flyers/Freelance-English-Teaching-in-Eastern-Europe--A-Perspective-from-R-P-1-4438-0037-6.htm

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