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Five Mistakes To Avoid On Your First Day Of Class

Five Mistakes To Avoid On Your First Day Of Class

Whether you are a brand new teacher or have been in front of the classroom for years, the first day of a new class is crucial. It’s important to put in some thought and planning to start a new class off on the right foot. Avoid these five mistakes not to make on your first day of class and your school year will be off to a great start.

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Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Blog Carnival: The Best Age To Teach

Teaching ESL abroad can bring you many different experiences, especially in the classroom. In general teaching is split into teaching with Adults (18+), kindergarten (0-6) or in between, generally around 6-17 years old. There are crossovers with the groups, some positions will have you teaching a mix, and what some countries consider kindergarten age will differ.

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Preparing To Teach Abroad

Preparing To Teach Abroad

Teaching English abroad is, for most people, one of the best decisions they’ve ever made. But it’s a big commitment, and it’s important to make sure that you are prepared and that you know what you are getting into.

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Produce Creativity In Your Class

Produce Creativity In Your Class

Getting your students to give creative responses to questions can feel like pulling teeth. Even the shiest, quietest kid sitting in the back of the classroom has it within them to come up with unique insights and mind-blowing ideas. So why don’t they? Why does it feel like such a battle getting your students to do something as simple as make up a couple of sentences in a story?

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Jimmy Hunt, An Australian Teacher In Hsinchu, Taiwan

Jimmy Hunt, An Australian Teacher In Hsinchu, Taiwan

Meet Jimmy Hunt, an Australian teacher who has been teaching at a Reach To Teach school in Hsinchu, Taiwan. Jimmy is a young and adventurous guy with a real thirst to see the world. He has explored a great deal of South East Asia, South America, New Zealand and the USA, and he has recently arrived in Taiwan.

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Make Your Year in Korea Count Part 1

Make Your Year in Korea Count Part 1

If there’s anything I’ve learned from the things life has thrown at me, it’s that people have their own reasons for making the choices they make. Moving to Korea as a foreign language teacher is no different; we’re all here for our own reasons, at varying stages in life, and with diverse intentions.

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 What Is A Buxiban?

 What Is A Buxiban?

If you’ve been thinking of teaching English in Taiwan or China, you’ve no doubt come across the term Buxiban. These schools are a huge part of English learning culture in Taiwan and China, and they also employ a huge number of English teachers. So, what is a Buxiban?

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Sara Keyes, An American Teacher In Taipei, Taiwan

Sara Keyes, An American Teacher In Taipei, Taiwan

Today’s interview is with Sara Keyes, an American teacher in Taipei, Taiwan. Sara shares her story about teaching in Taiwan and traveling to nearby destinations.

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