Monthly archive for February 2016

Change your Life with ESL Teaching

Change your Life with ESL Teaching

There is no denying it, you will change your life with ESL teaching. Most people who are looking into teaching English abroad aren’t looking for just a job; they’re looking for a life-changing adventure. And there’s no doubt at all that teaching in another country changes who you are and how you look at life. Here are a few ways that the adventure of teaching and living abroad shifted my perspective.

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Nutrition in Taiwan

Nutrition in Taiwan

Keeping up with nutrition in Taiwan is going to require some changes to what you are used to back home. Are you trying to continue a healthy lifestyle abroad? Are you keeping an eye on macros, on a diet, a vegetarian, or just trying to avoid unhealthy food? Before I came to Taiwan, I was keeping track of what I ate to fuel a performance athlete diet—here’s what you might find if you are looking to keep up a diet in Taiwan!

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Writing Classes for ESL Students

Writing Classes for ESL Students

Writing classes for ESL students can be fraught with challenges and frustrations for both you and your students. Despite those challenges, writing is an essential skill that your students need to be comfortable with. Here are a few simple do’s and don’ts for ESL teachers to help your ESL students develop their writing skills.

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Nutrition and Fitness in Taiwan

Nutrition and Fitness in Taiwan

Previously, I had been involved with a lot of heavy fitness– lifting and martial arts. I had been eating a certain diet for performing physically as well. I wondered what I might find in Taiwan in terms of fitness and nutrition. I am dedicating this first article to fitness options, tune in for my next article which looks at nutrition in Taiwan.

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A Trip to Lukang

A Trip to Lukang

If you are headed to Taichung, you may have certainly heard of the big tourist spots like Sun Moon Lake; but have you heard of Lukang? It is located within Changhua City and is home to a temple built in the 18th century and some great traditional foods and crafts. It is definitely worth a stop to see. I took a trip to Lukang, here are some of the highlights.

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8 Tips For Capturing Portraits Abroad

8 Tips For Capturing Portraits Abroad

Whether you have a travel blog you want to show off to the world or you just want to send pictures of your adventures back home to your friends and family. Learn how to properly take pictures is important to capture the moment without ruining the atmosphere with these 8 tips for capturing portraits abroad.

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Disagreeing With Your Co Teacher

Disagreeing With Your Co Teacher

Disagreeing with your co teacher can get you in hot water pretty quickly. Your co-teachers can be the biggest assets that you have in your ESL classroom. They know the students’ personalities and quirks; they can help translate anything you can’t quite seem to get across; they can communicate with parents when there is too much of a language barrier for you, and they support your lessons and classroom management.

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Exploring Xiaoliuqiu

Exploring Xiaoliuqiu

I went exploring Xiaoliuqiu (小琉球) for Chinese New Year, a particularly beautiful part of Taiwan. A friend and I were planning to go for three days and our friends called us crazy, saying there wasn’t enough to do there for even two days – we definitely proved them wrong.

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