Teaching English in the Philippines

- Philippines

The following comments are from teachers who have worked, or are currently working, in Philippines. If you are a teacher and have some advice about Philippines, please share here.

Teaching and living in the Philippines can be very rewarding because of the warmth and hospitality of the Filipinos. They smile a lot, they make you feel welcome and they speak English well. Although in recent years, English proficiency in the Philippines has slid down. A lot of educators feel that because of the nationalization of the medium of instruction (Filipino) in 1985, English, which used to be the first language of a lot of Filipinos has lost its ground, especially in rural areas. There are a lot of American franchise operated restaurants in the Philippines.
Anonymous 26 February 2007

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