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Lesson Planning with no Benchmarks

Lesson Planning with no Benchmarks

Lesson planning is something that all teachers will have to do, but we are often confined to a course book or teachers guide, but what happens when you have no limits? where do you begin from there?

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Weekend Travel in Korea

Weekend Travel in Korea

Weekend travel in Korea is something that many foreigners engage in regularly for a number of different reasons. Mainly because of how easy and cheap it is to do, but also because of the many great things to see here.

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Teaching at a University in China

Teaching at a University in China

The University in China that I am currently teaching at is far different to what I was doing before. My first job abroad was at a buxiban but I always wondered what the public schools and universities were like in Asia.

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ESL Class: Daily Routines

ESL Class: Daily Routines

Your ESL class should always have a daily routine to follow to allow some structure. We all need routines throughout our days. They keep us focused, keep us productive, and help us know what to expect.

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Teaching Tools: The Sticky Ball

Teaching Tools: The Sticky Ball

As teachers, we have numerous teaching tools and teaching games that can help our lessons and motivate our students. These tools range from physical objects and toys to the feedback we give and diction we use every single day with our students.

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Entertainment in China: A Quick Guide

Entertainment in China: A Quick Guide

Entertainment in China is vast and interesting depending on where you are located and what your particular interests may be. The place is so huge that there should really be something for everyone.

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Correcting Your ESL Students

Correcting Your ESL Students

Correcting your ESL students is necessary, but overdoing it isn’t always the right way to go. Of course, we all want our students’ English to improve. And if your instinct is like most teachers, it feels natural to help them improve by correcting every little mistake they make. After all, if you let them go on pronouncing their words wrong or mixing up their tenses, how will they ever get it right?

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Teaching Schedule in Korea

Teaching Schedule in Korea

My teaching schedule in Korea is with the EPIK program and it is amazing. I’m 27 years old and have been working ever since my 16th birthday. 10 plus years working, 5 of which have been professional, and never have I had a job where I’ve gotten this much time off while STILL getting paid.

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C. Venter - 2017 - Teaching in China

Thanks to the help and hard work of my recruiter at Reach To Teach, my journey to China was such a smooth and nearly stress free process. I have now been happily living in China for 6 months. Thanks, guys.


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R. Busony - 2017 - An ESL Teacher in Taipei
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Reach to Teach is absolutely the best tool to have going into the teaching industry in Asia. I worked with Carrie Kellenberger when going to Taiwan and she managed to give me more than I asked and did frequent check-ups.

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Anabel Gabriela - 2018 Teacher Testimonial
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They made what would have been a very complicated process easy. I always felt like they really cared about me and I never felt intimidated emailing or calling when I was confused. Highly recommend!


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