What Is Good And Bad In Teaching English?

From the nursery level kid to the adult who fights through the nineties, everybody knows the value of learning english as a language. Now it has come to a point where you cannot do anything if you don’t know your English properly. The world is so competitive that you will fall behind without the ability to speak and write the global language. Having said that, it should also be noted that the pre-requisite to be proficient in English is the way that it is taught to someone. If you are a good English teacher, you can not only conduct lessons locally, but also Internationally.

 Let’s look at some of the pros and cons of teaching English as a foreign language. If you have any plan to become a teacher, focus on the following.


 Travel the world – This is interesting. Some people love to travel. But the problem is they may not be able to afford the cost. The price of the ticket, accommodation cost would be very high depending on the country you are going to travel. But, if you are a teacher, you will be offered these things free of charge. Assume that you are invited to conduct a part of the cambridge starter HK. The entire package would be given to you without any cost at all.

Career growth – No body wants to get stagnated in one place. Take your own self. Do you want you to be same person in another five years time? No. You need to grow yourself. Teaching or any other profession you are into, the most important thing is to make a brand name and be popular. For instance, you may start your career as a teacher of the trusted phonics kids HK programme in the UK. There you will have to basically teach school children. But after sometime don’t you want to go up the ladder? Yes, you want to improve. Being an English teacher, you have gotten millions of opportunities.

Exposure to different cultures – As mentioned above, if you get the chance to travel abroad and teach English to foreign students, you will be exposed to their life styles and cultures. It sounds great right?


 Having the qualifications – Your dream of becoming an Internationally recognized English teacher, would remain just a dream if you don’t you get yourself qualified. Because it is the ticket to the stadium.

Work life balance – This is indeed a matter to think in depth, but won’t apply if you are single. On the other hand, if you have a family with kids, then you are in trouble. Travelling abroad regularly would have huge impact on your personal life unless you find a way to take them also with you.

 Doors are open for you! Go and reach you destination!