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    Red Tape

    Red tape for ESL teachers in South Korea

    Red tape for ESL teachers in South Korea

    South Korea is a popular destination for ESL teachers. It’s so popular that there are about 22,000 British teachers teaching there. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with the red tape if you are applying to a private school.

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    Red tape for ESL teachers in China

    Red tape for ESL teachers in China

    China is one of the top ten ESL teaching destinations. Apart from being “a big country, inhabited by many Chinese”, it is also one of the most fascinating countries that you could ever choose to work in as an ESL teacher. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with the red tape if you are applying to work in China.

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    Red tape for ESL teachers in Thailand

    Red tape for ESL teachers in Thailand

    Thailand is a dream destination for any tourist, and it is also one of the top ESL teaching destinations. It’s a country of beautiful beaches, ancient monuments, and enchanting scenery. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with red tape if you are applying to teach in Thailand.

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    Red tape for ESL teachers in Cambodia

    Red tape for ESL teachers in Cambodia

    Also known as the “The Kingdom of Wonder”, Cambodia is an enchanting and exotic country that has much to offer culturally. If you find yourself ESL teaching in Cambodia, don’t forget to visit ‘Ankgor Wat’. Millions of tourists visit this former French colony every year. Additionally, Cambodia borders Thailand, Laos, and Vietnam, so if you are doing ESL teaching here, you can also ‘nip’ across the border to visit these countries, too. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with the red tape if you are applying to teach in Cambodia.

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    How does red tape affect ESL schools & teachers?

    How does red tape affect ESL schools & teachers?

    As a trainee or novice ESL teacher, you are probably aware of the harmful effects of red tape; however, in order to fully appreciate its inimical effects on schools and teachers, you should be particularly aware of the following detrimental effects of red tape.

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    How to cope with red tape in ESL teaching

    How to cope with red tape in ESL teaching

    As a trainee or novice ESL teacher, you are more likely than not to encounter procedures that can best be considered as unnecessary, or excessively complicated, or frustrating: this is called red tape.

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    Red tape for ESL teachers in Costa Rica

    Red tape for ESL teachers in Costa Rica

    The beautiful country of Costa Rica is a Central American country blessed with stunning landscapes and seascapes, and it is also said to be the most stable country in Latin America. Given its geographical proximity to the USA, it will come as no surprise that it is a popular destination for both ESL teachers and tourists. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with red tape if you are applying to teach in Costa Rica.

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    Red tape and the ESL teacher

    Red tape and the ESL teacher

    By definition, red tape means “excessive bureaucracy or adherence to official rules and formalities.”

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    Red tape for ESL teachers in Mexico

    Red tape for ESL teachers in Mexico

    Mexico is a great destination for ESL teaching: it has beautiful beaches, a wonderful cuisine, and lots of cultural activities and festivals. Mexico also has a rich ancient history ‘bequeathed’ to it by the Mayan and Aztec civilisations. Here is a brief guide about how to deal with red tape if you are applying to teach in Mexico.

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