Posts Tagged English Teacher in Taiwan

Learning a New Language

Learning a New Language

Learning a new language in your host country could be one of the best decisions you make. As teachers, we are prone to giving good advice, it’s our job. Inspiring young ones and cultivating students’ minds. However, when it comes to taking our own advice, at times, we hesitate.

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Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 3

Continuing our outdoor activities in Taipei series we bring you part three. The best part of traveling in Taiwan are the various segments of each trip. A seemingly simple hiking trip can easily turn into a multi-layered excursion.

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Language and Culture

Language and Culture

Language and culture are inevitably and intricately intertwined. When students start to learn another language they will always be taking in different parts of that language’s culture. As teachers, it’s important that we can incorporate various different cultural lessons during our teaching.

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Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 2

Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 2

After an eventful hike the day before, I was ready for more outdoor activities in Taipei. This time, we were set for another day of exploring the natural beauty of Northern Taiwan.

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Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 1

Outdoor Activities in Taipei: Part 1

There are so many activities in Taipei that offer many ways to be active, especially when it comes to outdoors activities. I always tell people one of the best things about Taipei is the coexistence of modern city life with beautiful natural scenery.

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Meeting Friends Abroad: Taiwan Edition

Meeting Friends Abroad: Taiwan Edition

Meeting friends abroad can sometimes be difficult at first. Leaving home is tough for anybody, let alone leaving your country to live somewhere completely different from anything you’ve ever known.

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Environment Affects our Language

Environment Affects our Language

Our Environment affects our language, as teachers, the type of environments we create in our classrooms will really affect the way our students can acquire language. Most EFL teachers, those teachers who are teaching English in a country where English is not the first language, face the challenge of how to maximize language exposure.

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A Guide to Teaching Young Learners

A Guide to Teaching Young Learners

This handy guide to teaching young learners will be just what you need in preparation for your new class of little ones.

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