Letters to the Editor...
Looking for a German teacher? Here I am!
I'm a newly qualified teacher from Germany
and looking for a new place to work and to
live in an English-speaking country.
I've been to the U.S. twice, to Australia
once and several times to the U.K., and
have taught German, German as a
Foreign/Second Language, English/ESL and
Biology (in German)in Germany, of course,
as well as in Mexico (German School, Mexico
City), New York (Bronx HS of Science), and
China (University students).
So you can see, I'm always up to meet new
countries and their people and learn their
language or - as in this case - improve my
If you're looking for young, enthusiastic
German teacher (any time from August/Sep
on) who's not giving up because of any
possible visa problems, please, don't
hesitate to send me an e-mail.
I'm looking forward to hearing/reading from
you and wish everyone a sunny spring and
Kathrin Nienhaus, email@example.com,
This month's letters:
Probability device, 5/28/03, by Michael Meredith.
slow learners, 5/27/03, by Jill Ang.
TeacherResearch.net, 5/23/03, by Sarah Fletcher.
ADD, 5/17/03, by Karen.
Asking for more troubles, 5/14/03, by M. Shah Jahan Bhatti.
Looking for a German teacher? Here I am!, 5/09/03, by Kathrin Nienhaus.
wrongful allegations against NRIs, 5/09/03, by Malini Char.
Teacher available on Internet, 5/05/03, by M. SHAH JAHAN BHATTI.