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πŸ“Ί WATCH : I am Applying As an Online ESL Teacher.

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English as a second or foreign language is the use of English by speakers with different native languages. Language education for people learning English may be known as English as a second language (ESL).

In this vlog episode, I will be trying to apply as an Online ESL tutor, and let us see if I will pass the evaluation.  I will give it a try at the company named RareJob, which is an online ESL company that caters to the Japanese. It conducts through virtual classrooms instead of using traditional modes of education. This means that a lesson is done conveniently with the use of an Internet connection and a computer, tablet, or Smartphone. Online ESL schools use website platforms for their service. This is where the students and tutors access learning materials, system support, and the like.

Meanwhile, I will also stock enough grocery supplies because the Philippine Government pronounced - that another Enhanced Community Quarantine (ECQ) will be taking place effective August 6 to 20, 2021. This is already the third hard-lockdown forced by the Government since 2020 when the Covid19 Pandemic started to hit the country. As part of my preparation, I stocked groceries inside my unit and planning that I will be cooking my own food for the rest of the said lockdown. This has been my practice ever since the Pandemic – preparing my own food every meal.

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