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Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-Teacher

Tips For Getting Along With Your Co-Teacher

Being a good teacher isn’t just about having the right lesson plan and teaching methods.  It’s also about building trust, rapport, and good communication with your students.  But it’s not just your students who you have to have a good relationship with.  Your co-teachers will be a big part of your day-to-day job.  They are there to help, and getting along well can make teaching a breeze.  If you get off on the wrong foot, though, you may find every day to be a struggle.  Here are a few tips to help you form a good relationship with your co-teacher. The first time that you meet your co-teacher, remember that first impressions matter!  On the first day at your school, you might be feeling all sorts of emotions; it’s normal to be feeling excited, a little overwhelmed, or even a bit worried.  When you meet your Georgian co-workers and co-teachers, stay positive, be friendly, and, of course, smile!  No one wants to be working with someone who seems unenthusiastic. Before you go into your first class, have a conversation with your co-teacher to clarify what your roles and responsibilities will be.  Even among different teachers in the same school, the […]

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ESL Teaching Tips for Reading: How To Choose A Reading Assignment

ESL Teaching Tips for Reading: How To Choose A Reading Assignment

Teaching reading can be tough, especially if you’re a first-time teacher. Here are some quick and easy tips to consider when you’re planning your ESL reading assignments.

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Teaching Vocabulary in the ESL Classroom and the Importance of Recycling Vocabulary Lists

Teaching Vocabulary in the ESL Classroom and the Importance of Recycling Vocabulary Lists

Teaching vocabulary in the ESL classroom is a challenge for many teachers. Here are some teaching tips and advice on why you should be recycling vocabulary lists regularly.

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7 Classroom Tips for English Teachers Abroad

7 Classroom Tips for English Teachers Abroad

The classroom tips below are general in nature and are intended to be more of a navigational tool than anything else. As it is virtually impossible to account for every possible teaching style and method, think of these classroom tips for English teachers abroad as best practices.

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