Schools in Nepal often lack appropriate funding and resources to adequately teach children. As English is an international language, it is becoming more and more of a required skill for job placement, educational advancement and future success. Many classes are delivered in English by Nepali teachers, who frequently have only a basic level English. Besides formal teaching, Teaching Internship in Nepal may get involved in organizing activities which encourage the personal development of students, using their initiative to learn life skills. teaching Interns may form student groups, which allow further educational experiences for the children, with a particular focus on capacity-building and English language development.
If you enjoy teaching and work great with children, this is the perfect internship for you. This is a very good opportunity for interns with an educational background to learn the basic fundamentals of teaching a class and gain some experience in their desired profession. Though no teaching experience or skill is needed, interns joining the teaching program should have good English, both written and verbal. Interns are expected to be flexible and patient. You should have passion and love for teaching, English and conversation.
As an Intern Teacher, you may:
Most students of the school are between the ages of 5 and 13. In Nepal , the English teacher follows fixed English curricula. Therefore, you will mostly follow fixed English curricula (each grade has its own English book).If you want, you can work as a main teacher. Generally you are not alone and will be assisted by other teachers within the school. Interns who teach English in Nepal work with several teaching project in several Government or private schools in any parts of Nepal. In Nepal , English is not part of the standard primary public school curriculum. Compared to students at the private schools, students at the public schools have very little knowledge of basic English. Your role as an intern can make a difference in these student’s lives and prepare them for an easier transition to higher schools. Many Nepali children dream of speaking English.
Schools in Nepal often lack appropriate funding and resources to adequately teach children. As English is an international language, it is becoming more and more of a required skill for job placement, educational advancement and future…