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Tips For Teaching Small Classes

Tips For Teaching Small Classes

Last week, I wrote about the unique challenges of teaching large classes. This week, the focus is on the other end of the spectrum, teaching small classes. At first, it might sound like teaching small classes is easier. After all, you’ve got only a few students to keep track of, and classroom management ought to be a breeze. But teaching just a few students can be surprisingly tricky.

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10 Christmas Gifts For Your Expat Friend (Part 1)  

10 Christmas Gifts For Your Expat Friend (Part 1)   

Nothing is harder than spending the holidays away from family, friends, and all the cozy familiarity’s back home. Sure, your friend abroad is having a great time, but that doesn’t mean that the holidays are easy to just ignore while they’re seeing the world.

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10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 2)

10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea  (Part 2)

Last week our South Korea expert Judith Villarreal gave us the first installment of this two part series. Find out the next 5 signs that your partner was an expat in Korea below.

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8 Mistakes New Expats Make in South Korea (Part 2)

8 Mistakes New Expats Make in South Korea (Part 2)

Back in August, precisely 17 days before my departure to become an EPIK teacher in South Korea. I was blinded by images of green tea fields, rice cakes and kimchi. I would read a new expat blog every day (or every hour, if I had the time!). I was ready; or so I thought… This article was written by Neysha Bauer, you can find more of her articles on her blog http://travelsuras.com/

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Tips For Teaching Large Classes

Tips For Teaching Large Classes

Being in front of a classroom of ESL students can be intimidating under any circumstances. But when it’s a large class, and yourself facing twenty or more students, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed.

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10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 1)

10 Signs Your Partner Was An Expat In South Korea (Part 1)

Friends of travelers know this truth more than anyone else: traveling changes a person. If you’ve met someone after they’ve spent time abroad, chances are you met a much different person than had you met them before they boarded the plane to live in Korea.

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Interview With Eliza Pennell: An American Teacher In Taipei

Interview With Eliza Pennell: An American Teacher In Taipei

This week we have decided to interview Eliza Pennell, a teacher fresh into ESL. She is a young and fun teacher who finished college in the states and decided to begin her teaching adventure in Taipei, Taiwan. Read on to discover what her experience has been like to date.

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8 Mistakes New Expats Make In South Korea (Part 1)

8 Mistakes New Expats Make In South Korea (Part 1)

Back in August, precisely 17 days before my departure to become an EPIK teacher in South Korea. I was blinded by images of green tea fields, rice cakes and kimchi. I would read a new expat blog every day (or every hour, if I had the time!). I was ready; or so I thought… This article was written by Neysha Bauer, you can find more of her articles on her blog http://travelsuras.com/

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