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Online Teaching Sites

Postby jonstreet » Mon, 13 Mar 2006 03:46:19 -0500

Hi,
I'm looking into some of these online/telecommuting/ESL sites and was wondering if anyone has any information regarding reliability/trustworthiness of some of these businesses. In particular I'm looking at pvtenglish.com from Korea. If there is anyone with some pointers or experience working for these people could you please relpy? Thanks. What I'd really like is some information on who the better ones are, and some anecdotal evidence of how to get started working in this manner.
JS
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Postby electra » Wed, 16 Aug 2006 05:55:28 -0500

hi suggest, you try, http://www.cleverlearn.com. they have a free 7 day trial if you want.
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ESL Anywhere!

Postby chriswrites » Tue, 02 Jan 2007 08:02:04 -0500

Hi,

I'm not sure if you are looking for a teaching job, or if you are looking for a school to learn ESL. There is a free community at http://www.ESLAnywhere.com. I'm involved in this project as a teacher and in the business side of it. It's a small personal business, relatively new but backed by two teachers with years of experience.

Worth signing up for the community and connecting to other ESL students. They also offer cheap conversation classes and even cheaper group classes. It's "pay as you go", so basically no risk on your side.
Learn ESL Anywhere!
Cheap conversation classes and free resources, free community at http://www.ESLAnywhere.com
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Online English Language Schools

Postby hombreinspain » Tue, 23 Jan 2007 09:26:03 -0500

I've heard about quite a few online English language schools out there. One of my favories has business English, TOEIC Preparation, conversation, writing, academic writing, lots of excellent free language learning resources that might be helpful. There are also english learning videos.

http://www.mercurylinguistics.com
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Online teaching websites

Postby andylow » Mon, 19 Mar 2007 03:12:03 -0500

Good job, keep on posting.I’ve found some useful sites for students who want to learn on website, please see http://www.aboutcareereducation.com and http://www.cv-resume.org, are you interested in that, here's another one I would recommend http://www.schoolsworldwide.org.
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How is it to learn in Second Life?

Postby fernandofernandez » Wed, 23 May 2007 10:43:23 -0500

Hello

I also look for site to learn English online. I have found a school in Second Life (http://www.avatarenglish.com) - do you know if it is a good school? Is it better learning online or in Second Life?

Gracias
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best online site for learning English FREE

Postby adriana » Mon, 28 May 2007 01:20:06 -0500

English180.com

This is the best site that you can find for learning English online.

It is completely FREE, fun, entertaining, won't bore you to tears, and it has tons of material to help you learn.

It has interactive lessons, games, quizzes, podcasts, vodcasts, and much more coming soon. You can even register for free to track your progress.

I am really enthusiastic about this because I love it, and so many people I know also love it.

Hope this helps. :wink:
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Huge idiom and slang database dictionary

Postby sdbest.com » Sat, 30 Jun 2007 12:46:36 -0500

LuckyLingo.com – Lucky for me and you. This site has 1,000s of idioms, slang terms, with new material being added all the time. I like the free audio files that teach pronunciation. Feeling lucky? Well do ya?
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Postby adriana » Tue, 17 Jul 2007 03:20:56 -0500

i personally love English180.com for learning English.

It is free and really well made, with lots of interactive material.

If you are just looking for a job at these places then I have no idea.

Hope I helped a little.
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Postby karyllemia » Wed, 05 Sep 2007 10:46:51 -0500

Here are some english sites that are also interesting:



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Re: Online Teaching Sites

Postby Ruth McEwan » Wed, 05 Mar 2008 08:07:19 -0500

Hi Jon
I'e been trying to get my own online English school off the ground for the past 8 months - very difficult. but in the process I've met some wonderful fellow teachers from around the world who've had loads of experience teaching online. The common concensus seems to be that most online language schools are just like "conversation" rooms where the teachers are not highly qualified. The other thing is some of them have had horrible experiences not getting paid (I won't mention the Asian country in particular). This is the risk in not doing business face-to-face.
Karen and I have been building our resources and our team for some time now and still don't have paying students. We've done loads of free demonstration lessons for students from all over the world though and are looking into our marketing strategy now.
We also offer a cash incentive for teachers who have students ready to go but just don't have the platform online. Karen and I have paid for that already.
Happy to discuss further
Cheers
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Re: Online Teaching Sites

Postby eslkorea » Tue, 24 Jun 2008 12:33:45 -0500

all sites are useful..nice...
ESL Jobs in Korea- http://www.worknplay.co.kr
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Re: Online Teaching Sites

Postby eslkorea » Wed, 25 Jun 2008 08:48:43 -0500

but hey..if you're looking for esl jobs..there are quite a number here: http://www.worknplay.co.kr/
ESL Jobs in Korea- http://www.worknplay.co.kr
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Re: Online Teaching Sites

Postby liezl » Fri, 18 Jul 2008 03:09:56 -0500

hi JS,

I suggest you visit http://e-syaberitai.com/ and if you want to study and have a very nice vacation at the same time, visit http://complimentaryenglish.com/boracay.htm.


Liz
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Re: Online Teaching Sites

Postby Cossette » Thu, 16 Oct 2008 11:55:02 -0500

I teach online at http://www.buddyschool.com/search.html?k=cossette. It is a best site wherein teachers and students meet. Most teachers are promising and professional. Since it has become a famous site, students are international ( French, German, Polish, Spanish, Koreans..etc.)
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