Monthly archive for September 2013

Interview With Moses Allen: An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Moses Allen: An American Teacher In South Korea

Introducing Moses Allen, an extremely active individual who is currently teaching in Korea. He has kindly taken the time to share his experiences in Korea and to give you the reader some extra information about fun things to do there. Read his interview to find a wealth of fun knowledge, from running groups to ice-climbing.

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Change in Kubutambahan, North Bali

Change in Kubutambahan, North Bali

I used to live in Bali. I haven’t met many people on my travels that can say that they used to live there, many pass through and stay a little while but living there is different, it’s natures beauty blended with tourism’s destruction, it’s an island of contrast.

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Dealing With Sickness Abroad

Dealing With Sickness Abroad

Nobody enjoys getting ill, usually we have home comforts to help us power through sickness, you have your favorite blanky in front of the TV watching your favorite shows whilst eating that famous chicken soup your mom has dropped over to you to make you feel better. Now imagine that situation minus all of those nice things, you are in a foreign country where nobody speaks your language and nobody is bringing you chicken soup. Being sick abroad sucks, so here is some advice to help avoid or at least cope with sickness abroad.

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Pick Your Own Mind if You Want to Teach Abroad

Pick Your Own Mind if You Want to Teach Abroad

Why is it that whenever we are faced with big decisions our first instinct is to run off to our friends, parents and peers and ask them what we should do? “Which University should I attend?” “What career should I be pursuing?” “Do you think I should spend that money I don’t have on a vintage 1967 Camaro?” (By the way, the answer to that last question is yes). The truth is, no one knows you better than yourself, and so no one is going to know what it is that you want better than you do. When you’re trying to decide on any big life choice and you want to pick someone’s brain, it’s a good idea to start with your own.

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Recognizing Culture Shock

Recognizing Culture Shock

So let me paint the picture for you, you are moving to a different country in search of work, education or just new experiences altogether. You are so excited to go you could wet your pants. You arrive and for a while everything is just dandy, but then you start to feel sad, things that were once a novelty to you are now a thing of annoyance and you just feel like giving it all up. Welcome my friend, to culture shock.

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How To Write A Good ESL Resumé (CV)

How To Write A Good ESL Resumé (CV)

We are often asked how teachers can improve or build upon an ESL resume. The biggest mistake that you can make is to… Follow our tips on how to write the perfect ESL resume, and your job application process should be a breeze.

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Interview with Chris Schannauer: An American Teaching in South Korea

Interview with Chris Schannauer: An American Teaching in South Korea

Today we hear from our latest Reach To Teach Teacher Chris who is currently teaching in South Korea. He made the move from Pennsylvania to Korea and although he hasn’t been there for long, his experiences have shown him a lot. Read on to find out what he thinks of his time there.

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Homesickness Happens to Everyone. Don’t Let it Ruin Your Life Abroad

Homesickness Happens to Everyone. Don't Let it Ruin Your Life Abroad

Reach To Teach Staff Writer Samantha Simile writes about her experiences dealing with homesickness and life abroad. Here are tips to help you realized that homesickness happens to everyone.

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