27 May 2009

Private Teaching

I just love private teaching. One on one attention is so much better for me and for the student. The student doesn't need to compete with other students for the teacher's attention, while the teacher can devote more effort and time for the student's development.

It's crazy but 4 years ago i couldn't have imagined myself as a teacher. I dredded the thought of tolerating someone who couldn't understand anything; and not having the patience for it didn't really help either. But now, i just love what I do, it's such a rewarding experience and of course money isn't bad either...hihihi.

Anyways, enough prattles about my wonderful job, i'll move on to mention my plan for June. I'm gonna head out to Nha Trang on the 6th-8th of June to enjoy me some Beach Festival. It should be great since they have a lot of spectacular shows and events planned for the whole week. Oh, did i mention all you can eat seafood at a price so cheap that you're gonna say, "whoa, that's crazy!"

Okie, some eye candies when i return from my trip...until then adieu mes amis.


SaigonNezumi(Kevin) said...

Have a good trip to Nha Trang. I can't believe you are still teaching too. Time to move over to teaching IT, eh?

Annie said...

You wanna come, Kev?

Yeah, still teaching, but mostly TOEFL and some IT on the side. I don't know, it's kinda my thing, i guess. It's rewarding :-).

l said...

Hello Annie,

I like reading your blog. My name is Van and I am Viet-American living in Los Angeles, CA.

I was planning to move to Saigon to try teaching English.

I was told by other Over sea Viet. that lately it is hard for for them to find teaching jobs in Vietnam because Vietnamese prefer caucasion teachers beacuse they are perceive as native speakers.

How was your experienc in landing a teaching job in Vietnam.

I love to hear from you

Thanks & best regards,Van