Difference between pages "Alaska Returned Peace Corps Volunteers" and "Secondary Education English Teaching"

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Volunteers teach conversational English, English as a second language (ELS) or content-based English in middle and high schools, creating opportunities for students and local teachers to contribute to their country's development. In addition to classroom teaching, Volunteers share resources, develop teaching materials with local teachers, and become involved in community- and school-based projects.
  
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==Education==
  
==External Links==
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Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline (not necessarily education).
[http://www.rpcv.org/pages/groupinfo.cfm?id=323&category=2 Alaska Returned Peace Corps Volunteers]
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==Experience==
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Most applicants have at least 30 hours of teaching or tutoring experience in English or ESL. This experience can be in classrooms or one-on-one.
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Applicants range from recent college graduates to those with years of classroom experience.
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Other relevant experience includes community organizing and work with community groups; drama activities; health or HIV/AIDS education; civics education; youth development work, such as day care or Head Start; and computer literacy and programming. Focus is preferred to be tutoring or teaching in the setting.
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==External Links==
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[http://www.peacecorps.gov/index.cfm?shell=learn.whatvol.edu_youth.edu.secondary Secondary Education English Teaching] Official US Peace Corps Website

Latest revision as of 22:34, 5 August 2014

Volunteers teach conversational English, English as a second language (ELS) or content-based English in middle and high schools, creating opportunities for students and local teachers to contribute to their country's development. In addition to classroom teaching, Volunteers share resources, develop teaching materials with local teachers, and become involved in community- and school-based projects.

If you can offer a more detailed description than this standard description the Peace Corps offers, please feel free to include that so others can get a better idea of what certain work areas consist of.

Education[edit]

Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in any discipline (not necessarily education).

Experience[edit]

Most applicants have at least 30 hours of teaching or tutoring experience in English or ESL. This experience can be in classrooms or one-on-one.

Applicants range from recent college graduates to those with years of classroom experience.

Other relevant experience includes community organizing and work with community groups; drama activities; health or HIV/AIDS education; civics education; youth development work, such as day care or Head Start; and computer literacy and programming. Focus is preferred to be tutoring or teaching in the setting.

External Links[edit]

Secondary Education English Teaching Official US Peace Corps Website