Monthly archive for April 2015

Geoffrey DeSena, an American in Korea

Geoffrey DeSena, an American in Korea

Reach To Teach interview with our teacher in Korea, Geoffrey De Sena

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ESL Teaching Methods: Teaching Grammar Creatively

ESL Teaching Methods: Teaching Grammar Creatively

Grammar probably ranked pretty high on your list of least favorite subjects as a student. As a teacher, it can seem just as boring. When it comes to teaching ESL, though, you’re going to be spending a lot of time getting very familiar with the minute points of grammar, and then figuring out how to communicate those to your students.

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Haley Williams, Teaching English In Shanghai, China

Haley Williams, Teaching English In Shanghai, China

Reach To Teach is back again with another teacher interview for our readers. This time we spoke to Haley Williams who is currently teaching young children in Shanghai, China with her boyfriend. She made the incredible leap from the vast expanses of Alaska to the big city life of Shanghai.

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7 Tips For Traveling With Your BFF

7 Tips For Traveling With Your BFF

Traveling with a person side by side for days or weeks on end can test even the strongest of friendships. Luckily for you and your bestie, I’ve figured out how to travel sans drama with my BFF. Follow my 7 tips for a worry free travel excursion with your best pal.

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A Girly Girl’s 10 Best Travel Tips

A Girly Girl’s 10 Best Travel Tips

With my bags packed and plane ticket in hand, I set off with my best friend to explore the beautiful and trendy city. As any true traveler knows, not everything will go according to plan. However, with a little help and these quick tips to remember, your trip might go as (almost) smoothly as mine went.

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Five Mistakes To Avoid On Your First Day Of Class

Five Mistakes To Avoid On Your First Day Of Class

Whether you are a brand new teacher or have been in front of the classroom for years, the first day of a new class is crucial. It’s important to put in some thought and planning to start a new class off on the right foot. Avoid these five mistakes not to make on your first day of class and your school year will be off to a great start.

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Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Teaching ESL abroad can bring you many different experiences, especially in the classroom. In general teaching is split into teaching with Adults (18+), kindergarten (0-6) or in between, generally around 6-17 years old. There are crossovers with the groups, some positions will have you teaching a mix, and what some countries consider kindergarten age will differ.

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