Monthly archive for January 2014

Don’t Go to the Dark Side: Tips for Classroom Management

Don’t Go to the Dark Side: Tips for Classroom Management

My friend, James, has chickens named after Star Wars characters. Aside from the best eggs I’ve ever eaten, Darth Sidious and her fellow hen lords are schooling me in all sorts of life’s truths. Especially as a teacher needing tips in classroom management.

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What the Duck is Up With Taiwan’s Yellow Duck?

What the Duck is Up With Taiwan's Yellow Duck?

Taiwan’s Yellow Duck (as it is called in Taiwan) is an 18 meter-tall (59 feet) replica of a classic rubber ducky that looks like the one you might have played with in the bathtub as a kid. It inflates and floats in the harbor of big cities and creates crowding and mass hysteria.

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Don’t Leave Home Without: Essential Travel Apps

Don't Leave Home Without: Essential Travel Apps

Whatever reservations you may have, set them aside and book them online instead. There are some pretty sweet apps out there to make your traveling a smoother, richer, more meaningful experience. I’ll go ahead and save you the suspense now. These essential travel apps are FREE.

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Top 8 ESL Games Every Teacher Should Know

Top 8 ESL Games Every Teacher Should Know

We have all been there, we have started our year with awesome games, but as the months draw on these awesome games start to lose their zing with your students. Time to shake it up a little, below I have compiled the top 8 games every ESL teacher should know.

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5 Important Items To Keep At School During Winter In Korea

5 Important Items To Keep At School During Winter In Korea

I’m here to share with you 5 items to purchase and keep in your arsenal at work to combat the freezing temperatures. You can thank me in a comment below after you’ve successfully fought off the frostbite on your poor little digits with the items from my list.

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Location, Location, Location: Inspirational Travel Movies by Continent

Location, Location, Location: Inspirational Travel Movies by Continent

Your DVD shelf is packed with good movies shot in all kinds of exotic locales. But how many have motivated you to get out and see them for yourself? With no claims of superiority or comprehensiveness by any stretch, here are some of my favorite stories which ignite a flame for travel under my cush tush.
What are some of yours?

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Interview With Sarah Steinmetz, An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Sarah Steinmetz, An American Teacher In South Korea

We are joined once again by one of our teachers who has kindly taken time to answer a few of our questions. This time we interviewed Sarah Steinmetz, a New Hampshire girl teaching English in South Korea. Here she tells us all about her time spent in South Korea so far.

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The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea (Part 2)

The Pros And Cons Of Living In A Small City In South Korea (Part 2)

Last week, I shared with you 5 cons for living in a small city in South Korea. Let’s pick up the pace and end on a much cheerier note, shall we?
Here are the top 5 Pros to convince you to pick a spot on your map, pack up your bags, and move to that small city in Korea.

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