KaSE StuDYs bAck To MaIn mENu
|Everybody has a story. . . no matter how pathetic. Here are some real interviews with real teachers. The straight dope, right from the horses mouth. If I may mix my metaphors.|
New interviews will be posted as they occur. Which unfortunately seems to be rarely. Like to see your story up in lights? Email me at englishteacherx@ lycos.com and it will happen. Seriously!
Just click on a name. . .
Former Teacher Q worked for a few months in Bangkok and a few weeks in the Ukraine, but he's got a mouthful to say about both places.
English Teacher P is an old Thai hand, and he gives up a few thoughts about life and work in the Land of a Thousand Smiles (and considerably more prostitutes.)
English Teacher M is a self-described "frumpy, idealistic" type -- she's worked in Hong Kong, Australia and the US, and she offers us the feminine perspective on the job.
English Teacher K is one of my more respectable-seeming colleagues -- not only does he have an MA, he's worked for some fancy-sounding charity organizations. He's worked largely in Russia and Eastern Europe and he shares with us the nature of the job and his attraction to it.