Fri, 1 January 2010
This episode is called the "it" factor. Some teachers got "it" and some don't. For this reason the churches that implement rotating Missionary English Teachers each year in their CTESOL schools usually have 2 teachers when working with children in order to maintain the "it" factor when, for example, a good Missionary English Teacher leaves and is replaced by someone green who may or may not have the "it" factor. We talk about the "it" factor here and CTESOL Churches understand how to maintain an integral classroom presence among young learning children in Asia when good METs leave. It may not be helpful but it is a good listen and very short.
If you are a born-again believer and would like to serve at a church in Japan as a Bible and English teacher, please register for an online meeting (go to www.haert-for-Japan.com). One does not have to have experience teaching English, but should have a willing heart to serve others and welcome new experiences.
Direct download: Andrew_TESOL_with_kids.mp3
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