Black English teachers in Cambodia,Yes or No

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Black English teachers in Cambodia,Yes or No

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Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..

So
Melissa, from Jamaica, also shares an experience where she was recommended for a teaching job in a school in Tokyo by a Japanese dispatch company, but was flatly rejected because she wasn’t American and didn’t belong to any of the big five countries.

From my personal experience teaching English in a small city in Japan, because I didn’t speak with an American or otherwise recognizable “English” accent, many Japanese colleagues would ask me whether English was my native language. I was also asked to teach my students about popular American culture and holidays, like Halloween, even though I wasn’t American and didn’t have a clue!

Tara also felt overlooked because of her skin color. When she first arrived at her junior high school, her colleagues did not throw her the customary welcome party. However, a year later, when a white teacher joined the staff, he was welcomed with open arms. Also, at her school’s contracting organization, whenever she tries to offer suggestions to improve teaching practices, she feels ignored. However, when her white colleague shares the same suggestion, he is immediately recognized and praised.

More on this here https://www.goabroad.com/articles/teach ... n-of-color
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it does not matter what we think.
it is up to the customers.
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Jimmy Crow wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:58 am Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..

So
Melissa, from Jamaica, also shares an experience where she was recommended for a teaching job in a school in Tokyo by a Japanese dispatch company, but was flatly rejected because she wasn’t American and didn’t belong to any of the big five countries.

From my personal experience teaching English in a small city in Japan, because I didn’t speak with an American or otherwise recognizable “English” accent, many Japanese colleagues would ask me whether English was my native language. I was also asked to teach my students about popular American culture and holidays, like Halloween, even though I wasn’t American and didn’t have a clue!

Tara also felt overlooked because of her skin color. When she first arrived at her junior high school, her colleagues did not throw her the customary welcome party. However, a year later, when a white teacher joined the staff, he was welcomed with open arms. Also, at her school’s contracting organization, whenever she tries to offer suggestions to improve teaching practices, she feels ignored. However, when her white colleague shares the same suggestion, he is immediately recognized and praised.

More on this here https://www.goabroad.com/articles/teach ... n-of-color
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Jimmy Crow wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:58 am Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..
Why not ?
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Arget wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 9:14 am
Jimmy Crow wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:58 am Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..

So
Melissa, from Jamaica, also shares an experience where she was recommended for a teaching job in a school in Tokyo by a Japanese dispatch company, but was flatly rejected because she wasn’t American and didn’t belong to any of the big five countries.

From my personal experience teaching English in a small city in Japan, because I didn’t speak with an American or otherwise recognizable “English” accent, many Japanese colleagues would ask me whether English was my native language. I was also asked to teach my students about popular American culture and holidays, like Halloween, even though I wasn’t American and didn’t have a clue!

Tara also felt overlooked because of her skin color. When she first arrived at her junior high school, her colleagues did not throw her the customary welcome party. However, a year later, when a white teacher joined the staff, he was welcomed with open arms. Also, at her school’s contracting organization, whenever she tries to offer suggestions to improve teaching practices, she feels ignored. However, when her white colleague shares the same suggestion, he is immediately recognized and praised.

More on this here https://www.goabroad.com/articles/teach ... n-of-color
Racist troll????????????????? =@
What makes you think that? Surely not this:
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..
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Black, yes. Irish? No way. First, the accent is clearly inferior. Second, the whole race/culture is trash. :bad:
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Jimmy Crow wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:58 am
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..

Jimmy Crow wrote: Tue Jul 03, 2018 4:09 pm
I received a call from Texas last night and it to say the least was very disturbing,my daughter in law was erratic and yelling on the phone “your son is a sicko,he has pictures all over his phone of him and troop of lady boy abominations playing in a ball pit and numerous images of him eating body chocolate off the body of several lady boy creatures from the abyss

It's probably for the best that your son didn't have a black English teacher. He would have tried to eat the teacher.
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My daughter's teacher is from Zim. I don't think being black is contagious.
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Jimmy Crow wrote: Wed Jul 04, 2018 8:58 am Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..
How about your black, mix PNG and N. Korean kids?
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Quote ] Any thoughts on this ?
Personally I would never let my white children learn English from a negro..

And white kids should never have blackboards in the schoolroom . That is the only reason I was a dismal failure with my education. Now if we had had white boards and white marking pens I'm sure I would have been as successful as ,,,,,,, lets say Donald Trump.
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