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04/04/2017

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Voluntary ESL teaching in Europe

If you decide to do voluntary work in Europe, don’t be surprised if you are sent to one of the poorer countries, although you could also be sent to one of the more developed countries. The trainee or novice ESL teacher will not encounter the same degree of cultural shock as working in Asia, Africa or South America; however, it does not mean that the ESL teacher will not have to make some effort to assimilate. Thus, before embarking on voluntary ESL teaching in Europe, you should fully familiarise yourself with the country you intend to work in. Here are a few things you should be aware of regarding religion, cultural habits, and cuisine.

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