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Reach To Teach Newsletter – February 2013

Information on the EPIK Program for August 2013 positions, our favorite blogs of the month and a blog spotlight on Heather Richards, an American Teacher in Taiwan.

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British Cartographer Tom Rook Draws One-of-a-Kind Map of Taipei City

British Cartographer Tom Rook Draws One-of-a-Kind Map of Taipei City

British Cartographer Tom Rook’s hand-drawn map of Taipei is printed on high quality photo paper with a protective coating. It’s a one -of-a-kind souvenir for map lovers and lovers of Taiwan.

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Are You A Blogger? Get the Reach To Teach Blogger Badge Today!

Are You A Blogger? Get the Reach To Teach Blogger Badge Today!

Reach To Teach is bringing these cool Reach To Teach Blogger Badges to our favorite blogs within our community! If you spot one of these badges on a blog, it’s because we’ve recognized that blogger for consistently writing informative, engaging and well written blog posts.

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TEFL Course Review: How My Online TEFL Class Prepared Me for Teaching Abroad

TEFL Course Review: How My Online TEFL Class Prepared Me for Teaching Abroad

Reach To Teach sent one of our teachers to take International TEFL Academy’s professional and fully-accredited 170-hour online TEFL course. Read more to find out how this online course prepared her for teaching abroad.

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RTT April 2012 Taiwan Event – A Day of Biking in Taipei

RTT April 2012 Taiwan Event - A Day of Biking in Taipei

Canadian expat Alex Frustaglio leads RTT Taiwan teachers on a day of biking in Taipei for her first event as Taiwan Social Event Coordinator.

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RTT May Event: Lotus Lantern Festival and Itaewon Pubs in Seoul

RTT May Event: Lotus Lantern Festival and Itaewon Pubs in Seoul

Reach To Teach will be hosting a meet-up at the Annual Lotus Lantern Festival. This will be a great chance to meet fellow teachers and experience a very special cultural event! The Lotus Lantern Festival is a annual modern-day  tradition that offers visitors the chance to experience Buddhist culture. The main event of the festival is the Lantern Parade, during which more than 100,000 brightly colored illuminated lanterns and lantern floats flood the streets of downtown Seoul. Come join us to celebrate this tradition and meet other RTT teachers! Date: Saturday, May 19th, 2012 Times: 5:00 PM – Meet at Anguk Metro Station 5:15-5:30 (once everyone arrives at the station) – Have dinner in the Insadong area 7:00-9:00 – Watch the parade and participate in festival activities 9:30-10:00 – Head to Itaewon 10:30 – Wolfhound Irish Pub (Other pubs in the area will follow) Please contact Caroline Hosey if you have any questions. Also if you can’t make the Lantern Festival, but want to join at the pub, that is fine too. Her number is 010-7130-8190. If you have Kakao talk, that is the best method of contact, if not a text message or phone call is great too!

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RTT April Event: A Bike Ride down the Xindian River

RTT April Event: A Bike Ride down the Xindian River

Put your biking gear on and get ready for a beautiful and relaxing ride down the Xindian River. Don’t have a bike? No problem! We’ll meet at Gongguan MRT Station, where there is a rental bike facility close by. Then we’ll hop on the trail and bike all the way to Xindian, about a 2-hour ride south. Once at Xindian we can celebrate all our hard work with a well-deserved meal, and then take our bikes back on the MRT to drop them off where we began. When: Sunday April 22nd, 14:30 to 19:30 Where: Meet at Gonguan MRT Price: Free! (But bring money for bike rental, transportation, and dinner!) Bring: Your bike (or money to rent one), some cash for dinner and transportation, rain gear (hopefully we won’t need it!), a camera Visit our Facebook Event page to RSVP! With gorgeous views of the river, the city, and Taiwan’s mountains, this bike ride has it all!  Looking forward to seeing you there!  

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Event Recap: RTT Taiwan February Event at Elephant Mountain

Event Recap: RTT Taiwan February Event at Elephant Mountain

“If these 70-year-olds can make it, so can we!” That is what was coming out of our mouths after less than five minutes of our trek up to Elephant Mountain. We knew it was going to be a lot of stairs, but we didn’t realize how hard that was actually going to be! It ended up only taking about fifteen minutes to get to the famous lookout point, but by then, my thighs were glad that it wasn’t any longer.     The day was a bit cloudy and drizzly, but we were able to snap some good shots of the city and Taipei 101. We attempted to walk a bit further, but our stomachs seemed to be more persuasive then our desire to hike. We descended the mountain after less than a half hour, and treated ourselves to a big western brunch at NY Bagels.   Although it was only seven of us, it was nice spending the afternoon with two of our newest teachers to Taiwan and hanging with some old friends as well. As always, thanks to those who showed up for the hike! I had a lot of fun! Cheers, Mary

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