On November 30th you can celebrate Scotland’s culture and heritage on St. Andrew’s Day. St. Andrew is the patron saint of Scotland. St. Andrew’s day marks the beginning of Scotland’s winter festivals. People worldwide celebrate Scottish food, culture, music, and dance. Find several traditional Scottish recipes here so you can also participate in the festivities. The recipes include several fish (haddock and sole), lamb, venison, and pork dishes. Enjoy this timelapse video featuring Scottish poet Mary Symon’s poem, “Hame,” shot across six different Scottish landmarks. Find out more about St. Andrew’s Day here .
American TESOL offers you ways to receive a certification in teaching English so that you can teach abroad and explore places worldwide. The following links are useful if you would like to know more about teaching English in Scotland:
- Teaching English in Edinburgh, Scotland: Jobs & Certification
- Study TESOL Abroad in Scotland
- Teach English Abroad Map
- TESOL Certification, Scotland
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