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Get TEFL Jobs As A Non-Native Speaker
Tackle Native Speakerism
Teach English For Global Communication
Quickly Respond To Job Ads For 'Native Speakers' Only By Copying And Pasting These Emails
Whether you want to
- promote equality and raise the recruiters’ awareness that these job ads are discriminatory
- or get the job yourself as a ‘non-native speaker’
these templates will save you tons of time.
They’ve also been tried and tested to get a positive response from the recruiter.
Blog Posts & Articles
I had been working as the Director of Studies (DoS) at a language school in Siberia for over a year when the time came to
Often, ‘non-native speakers’ ask me where they can teach English. Is it even possible to teach English abroad as a ‘non-native speaker’? If you’ve been
The ‘th’ sound is a very difficult sound to pronounce. But does it actually matter for intelligibility. Does it make any difference for clear pronunciation?
Recently, I’ve talked to Lee Mackenzie about discrimination in ELT job ads. Lee has researched different forms of discriminatory hiring practices in ELT and shares
Do you still talk about yourself as a ‘non-native speaker’? In this video I give 3 reasons why by using the term ‘non-native speaker’ in
We all know that English is primarily used by ‘non-native speakers’ as a global lingua franca. Yet, for the most part, we still only use