Publication Date

1973

Abstract

Do foreign professional institutes of language instruction offer a viable prospect of employment for the trained ESL teacher? Taking Berlitz as a focal example, many of the more salient features of this organization have been pointed out and additional comments added where attributes of other institutes with which the author is acquainted vary.

Certainly these institutes show some variance but many attributes remain stable. The prospective employee is urged to know well exactly which aspects pointed out in this paper exist in the particular institute he is considering.

Disciplines

Bilingual, Multilingual, and Multicultural Education | Curriculum and Instruction | Education | Educational Administration and Supervision | Teacher Education and Professional Development