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My Experience In Georgia

My Experience In Georgia

We hear from Tashia Shupert who tells us all about her time volunteer teaching with TLG in Georgia. She is currently teaching in South Korea and would very much like to visit Georgia once more. Here you can read about her first few days in Georgia, some of the ups and downs of her time there and her thoughts on her whole experience.

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Writer Liane Nichols Writes About Speaking the Language (or not)

Writer Liane Nichols Writes About Speaking the Language (or not)

Non-verbal communication is a pretty standard idea. We communicate so much more not by saying it, but by showing it. It makes sense that when you travel the world, you start to recognize the true beauty of the non-verbal.

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Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Liane Nichols taught with Georgia’s Teach and Learn with Georgia program (TLG) from July 2012 through to December 2012. Today, she shares her story on what it was like teaching English in Georgia, Eastern Europe.

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Interview with Britney Pace: An American Teacher in Georgia

Today we hear from one of our teachers in Georgia. Britney is a Reach To Teach teacher who hails from Florida and teaches her young classes in Georgia. Read on to hear about her teaching experiences and how heart warming she has found her time there.

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7 Tips For Living With Your Host Family

7 Tips For Living With Your Host Family

Living with a host family is a chance to understand your new home inside-out. It’s also a huge lesson in communication and understanding. Here are 7 tips for living with your host family abroad.

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ESL Teaching Tips: Teaching With Limited Resources

ESL Teaching Tips: Teaching With Limited Resources

When you volunteer to teach abroad, you are likely to find yourself having to do without many familiar teaching materials.  Art supplies, markers, textbooks, a photocopier, games and computers could all be in short supply for you and your students.  But don’t be discouraged—this is the perfect chance to let your creativity and resourcefulness shine through in the ESL classroom. If you know that you are traveling to an area where schools are under-funded and in need of support, you can prepare in advance to be teaching with limited resources.  Find out about what is likely to be available and how limited the resources are, and bring some materials with you.  Construction paper, crayons, a small ball, and speakers for your computer or ipod can all make a big difference in your class.  It is also a great idea to look into TEFL courses that have a module on teaching with limited resources.  This can help you be even more prepared before you go. During class, focus on games or activities that involve a lot of speaking.  Role playing, conversations, and drama activities can get your students speaking and learning with virtually no resources.  Write up a short script before […]

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Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-Teacher

Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-Teacher

Being a good teacher isn’t just about having the right lesson plan and teaching methods.  It’s also about building trust, rapport, and good communication with your students.  But it’s not just your students who you have to have a good relationship with.  Your co-teachers will be a big part of your day-to-day job.  They are there to help, and getting along well can make teaching a breeze.  If you get off on the wrong foot, though, you may find every day to be a struggle.  Here are a few tips to help you form a good relationship with your co-teacher. The first time that you meet your co-teacher, remember that first impressions matter!  On the first day at your school, you might be feeling all sorts of emotions; it’s normal to be feeling excited, a little overwhelmed, or even a bit worried.  When you meet your Georgian co-workers and co-teachers, stay positive, be friendly, and, of course, smile!  No one wants to be working with someone who seems unenthusiastic. Before you go into your first class, have a conversation with your co-teacher to clarify what your roles and responsibilities will be.  Even among different teachers in the same school, the […]

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Teach in Georgia: Interview with TLG Volunteer Teacher Isaac Gregson

Teach in Georgia: Interview with TLG Volunteer Teacher Isaac Gregson

Teach in Georgia! Today we have a special treat for you. Isaac Gregson, a volunteer teacher with the Teach and Learn in Georgia program, has kindly offered to answer some of our questions about living and teaching in the beautiful Republic of Georgia.

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