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About Brycie Gold
Brycie did her CELTA at Teaching House New York, looking for an adventure abroad. Just two weeks after completing the course, she flew to Fuzhou, Fujian, China to teach ESL to children at York English, where she has been teaching ever since. Not only did she discover a passion for teaching and travel, but she also found her future husband.
Latest posts by Brycie Gold (see all)
- Apartment hunting abroad: How to find your home away from home - September 30, 2014
- In it for the Long Haul: 4 Tips for Cultural Immersion - August 8, 2014
- Teaching ESL to Young Learners - April 24, 2014
September 30, 2014 | Brycie Gold 2
You’ve finally arrived and are ready to begin your adventure. There’s only one drawback: your new not-so-glamorous dwellings. Moving abroad …
August 8, 2014 | Brycie Gold 1
“Watch out!” My friend yelled as she pulled me towards her. A frail skinny old man carried a huge gas …
April 24, 2014 | Brycie Gold
Teaching adults is quite a luxury. They are in your class because they want to be, so motivation is rarely an issue. With children, however, not only do you need to think of how to explain the grammar, you also need to select activities and presentation styles that keep them engaged.
March 20, 2014 | Brycie Gold 3
The wonderful world of TEFL provides teachers with the opportunity to live and travel abroad to some pretty unusual places. Deciding where to move to is challenging enough, but adjusting to the customs and etiquette once you get there can prove to be an even greater challenge.
March 13, 2014 | Brycie Gold
As I sat in front of my laptop screen, scrolling through webpage upon webpage, I repeatedly asked myself, “Where should I go?” Deciding where to teach English abroad was a such an overwhelming task and the sheer number of options of where to live and work abroad were mind-boggling.