Monthly archive for March 2014

The Best Of ESL Teaching Advice Articles

The Best Of ESL Teaching Advice Articles

Roll up! Roll up! ESL teachers one and all, whether you are fresh into teaching or you are the grand master of ESL, we can always learn new tricks and grow as teachers. We have cherry picked our best ESL teaching advice articles to share with you wonderful people.

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Easing Travel Nerves

Easing Travel Nerves

Travel has the tendency to expose and introduce us to some of our worst fears. Or is it that travel has the incredible ability to grant us any number of opportunities for courage? Easing travel nerves may simply be a matter of perspective, of trust, and of knowing our true identity.

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What I Didn’t Know Until I Left Home

What I Didn't Know Until I Left Home

Travel makes life look attractive. She’s a seductress who whispers all kinds of promises, each tinged with truth. Those of us who have followed her can tell you, the reality seldom consist with what the imaginings tease. Not all for ill, either. Whatever she may be, travel is also an invaluable teacher. Though she doesn’t give her secrets away easily. For that, you must first buy in. Because there are things I simply didn’t know until I left home.

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The 8 Travel Blogs That Will Make Your Travel Bug Itch (Part 1)

The 8 Travel Blogs That Will Make Your Travel Bug Itch (Part 1)

Nothing is more satisfying to a wanderer than to see the journeys others have taken. In the age of the internet, it’s easier than ever to read stories and enjoy photos of other travelers as they embark on their unique paths around the world. Of course, I’m talking about the rise of travel blogs. In their simplest form, they’re an outlet for bloggers to share their experiences with the world, but travel blogs cultivate much more than mere curiosity.

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Best Festivals To Visit In Taiwan

Best Festivals To Visit In Taiwan

One of the best parts about becoming an expat in a new country is exploring the culture. A great way to take a peek into the window of a countries culture is to experience their festivals. Taiwan is a place where you can experience a wide variety of festivals from food to fireworks, sky lanterns to tradition, you can find it all here.

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Resources for Teaching the Simple Past Tense

Resources for Teaching the Simple Past Tense

This installment in our Grammar Tense series helps you master the Simple Past Tense so you can legitimately dwell in the past.Get it? (Simple Present) Got it. (Simple Past) Good. (Simply) Here’s all you need to know in teaching the Simple Past Tense.

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Gift Giving in Korea: 5 Gifts to Give Your Korean Co-Workers

Gift Giving in Korea: 5 Gifts to Give Your Korean Co-Workers

One of the interesting, and slightly stressful, customs I’ve learned to accept and embrace while teaching in Korea is gift giving in the office. The most important time for gift giving in Korea is when a new employee receives their first paycheck.

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10 Things To Expect At An EPIK Orientation (Part 2)

10 Things To Expect At An EPIK Orientation (Part 2)

We are joined once more by our South Korea expert Judith Villarreal who give us the second part of her two-part series about what to expect at an EPIK orientation.

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