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Teaching ESL vs EFL Teaching ESL and EFL is pretty much the same thing, but there are a couple of differences from teaching ESL and EFL. Let’s first define the meaning of ESL and EFL. ESL stands for english as a Second Language. ESL ignores the fact that english may not be the student’s second language. The student can be on his third, fourth, fifth or even sixth language. EFL stands for english as a Foreign Language. Some people believe EFL should stand for english as a First Language. ESL is an America term, whereas EFL is a United Kingdom term. The main difference between ESL and EFL is where you will probably be teaching. ESL is mainly taught in Countries where english is the main or official language. The countries include; The united states, Canada, Australia and the United Kingdom. EFL is mainly taught in Countries where english in not the main or official language. The countries include; South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and thailand. Another difference between ESL and EFL is the education requirements and possible employment length. If you plan to teach ESL in a college or university, you may be required to have a Master’s degree in TESOL or Applied Linguistics and at least two years of teaching.