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Teaching House Nomads Blog | April 16, 2021

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Teaching English in Brazil

Everything related to teaching English abroad in Brazil.

Things to Know Before Teaching in Brazil

May 10, 2017 | 3

As I head into my 5th year as an ESL teacher in Brazil, I often get asked how to get … Read More

Three Things I Had to Learn Moving from New York to Brazil

April 7, 2016 | 8

America is a great country. It’s not perfect (don’t get me started on the 2016 primary election circus, or health … Read More

Doing mistakes and having good rabbits (How learning a language makes you a better teacher)

September 9, 2014 | 1

Ah, Portuguese. Sometimes we get along like life-long pals. But most days we are like teenage siblings who are constantly … Read More

50 Days and 11 Tips: A Backpacking Itinerary for Argentina and Chile

June 19, 2014 | 3

After spending a full month backpacking in the high altitudes of Bolivia, I was ready to breathe normally again. So, my solo adventures continued as I headed for Argentina and Chile with the intention of border-hopping between the two…and I picked up a few travel tips along the way, which I’m thrilled to share.

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The Journey vs. the Destination: Backpacking in Bolivia

May 1, 2014 | 3

“I want to inspire kids around the world.”

“I love the learning process.”

“I’m inspired by helping others reach their goals.”

Maybe one of these is behind your decision to get a CELTA certificate. But, likely, your desire to travel is the driving force. It certainly was the trigger behind my decision to become a certified ESL instructor. And it makes sense: the geographical choices in teaching English as a Second Language are infinite and allow you to make money while living and exploring the region of your choice.

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