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  1. boguinia

    boguinia New Member

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    Jul 13, 2007

    Hi I'm a Math teacher. I have teached mathematics in several universities but only in spanish. My english is not very good for a lesson. Is there any place where I can work as a teacher in spanish? Now I live in Miami.
     
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  3. mrs.sparker

    mrs.sparker Rookie

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    Jul 25, 2007

    Check the Rio Grande Valley in Texas. There are tons of jobs here for a math teacher. And maybe you can teach the kids who just came here to the states.
     
  4. kdw1913

    kdw1913 Companion

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    Jul 26, 2007

    Check out San Antonio, TX area as well! Lots of positions!
     
  5. bridge

    bridge Rookie

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    Does California still have some bi-lingual schools? The kind where Spanish speaking students are slowly introduced into the English system?
     
  6. czacza

    czacza Multitudinous

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    Jul 27, 2007

    Even if you are teaching an ESL class, you should speak English well...those who speak another language should learn to speak correctly from a teacher who is modeling the language correctly... The language of success in the US is English and while there are accomodations made for speakers of othe languages, it serves them well to learn to speak the English language fluently.
     

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