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Teaching English in China
Everything to do with teaching English abroad in China.
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 29, 2014 | Lauren Ringdahl 4
Imagine this: you enter your classroom to students with notebooks and pens poised. Your lesson plan is chock full of communicative activities and chances to practice language authentically. You’re armed with lexis, grammar, and helpful usage tips. You’re pumped and ready to get this class off the ground.
You start with a bright and cheery, “Hey everyone! How’s it going?” But there’s no response. You try again with limited success.
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.
April 10, 2014 | Lauren Ringdahl 1
Whether you consider yourself an expert couch potato or a lean, mean fitness machine, chances are you will want to find an exercise groove while teaching English abroad. Not only does it help mitigate the massive amount of street snacks you’re bound to inhale, it’s a great way to establish a routine in your new life in another country. Plus, exercise helps battle stress and promotes clearer thinking (crucial for teachers working anywhere).