15 July 2007

SaigonTech

Pictures of my 4 awesome classes at SaigonTech.




Party time!!!





8 comments:

Phanxipang said...

Nice photos!
Have a nice weekend :)

Ken said...

Hi there, you're the first Asian-American that I came across who is teaching in Vietnam. I have thought about the TEFL program at TEFL International but was, and still am, reluctant to give it a go because I am Vietnamese-American. Most, if not all, of the English teaching job postings I've seen list "native speaker" as one of the criteria. I have been living in the states since 9 years old and speaks fluent English. I'm very interested in your experince with the whole process. Is it possible for me to contact you via e-mail?

charvey said...

No entries in 2 weeks, Annie? Weak!

charvey said...

i mean, 2 months!

Annie said...

Ken:

It's great to teach English here. Don't worry about the native speaker thing. If you can speak English fluently and know your Grammar then you are all set.

Chris:

Hehehe, i know. Been too busy just like you. Hey, you gonna dance or what? Let me know.

Annie said...

Ken: my email is bui.annie@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I am a former student of SGT. it was really a bad time when I studied at SGT. There are many things I would like to say to you about SGT but I do not have enough time to tell. Believe or not. It depend on you. But I strongly recommend you should quit this school. SGT is not nice as you think because its board of directors have many tricks to make money. I lost a lot of money because of them. And I still can not get SaigonTech's degree. Luckily, some teachers in HCCS help me to get the degree from the U.S.

Luisuyio said...

Nice photos! Have a nice weekend :)