Posts Tagged global educators

What Teaching ESL Has Taught Me

What Teaching ESL Has Taught Me

Reach To Teach November Blog Carnival: Teaching ESL can teach us a lot about ourselves as people. Here I discuss teaching abroad has taught me about myself and my personal life. Teaching English in Taiwan and Bali has given me two different ESL experiences that have taught me a lot about myself.

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Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel, A Short Travel Documentary by Heather Richards

Why We Travel is a short film that was put together by Heather Richards, a former Reach To Teach teacher and a fellow globetrotter of the world. Heather blogs about her adventures at TravelingVanillaBean.com.

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‘How to Meet Locals’ for Dummies

'How to Meet Locals' for Dummies

Writer Joshua Gorenflo describes the best ways to meet locals…with a twist. How do you get from the airport to someone’s dining room? Read on to find out!

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A ‘How To’ Guide To Volunteering In Vietnam

A 'How To' Guide To Volunteering In Vietnam

Our writer Leanne McNulty is back once again with another how to guide. This time she has delved into how to volunteer in Vietnam, where she is currently living and volunteering. Here she provides a wealth of information to cover all aspects of your time volunteering in Vietnam, from where best to stay to what to get involved in.

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Global Citizenship: Being A Global Citizen Of The World

Global Citizenship: Being A Global Citizen Of The World

Many believe that we should all be global citizens of the world. But wait, what’s that I hear you say, you aren’t sure what a global citizenship is? Allow me to educate you before we continue further. Here I shall explain to you in an easy, understandable way what it is that makes a citizen a global citizen of the world.

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What to Focus on in ESL Reading Exercises

What to Focus on in ESL Reading Exercises

It seems obvious to most ESL teachers to approach language education by teaching the meanings of individual English words. After all, words make up the most basic unit of meaning. If letters are the atoms of communication, words are the countless combinations of them that make up so many new and differentiated molecular combinations.

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Interview With Moses Allen: An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Moses Allen: An American Teacher In South Korea

Introducing Moses Allen, an extremely active individual who is currently teaching in Korea. He has kindly taken the time to share his experiences in Korea and to give you the reader some extra information about fun things to do there. Read his interview to find a wealth of fun knowledge, from running groups to ice-climbing.

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Pick Your Own Mind if You Want to Teach Abroad

Pick Your Own Mind if You Want to Teach Abroad

Why is it that whenever we are faced with big decisions our first instinct is to run off to our friends, parents and peers and ask them what we should do? “Which University should I attend?” “What career should I be pursuing?” “Do you think I should spend that money I don’t have on a vintage 1967 Camaro?” (By the way, the answer to that last question is yes). The truth is, no one knows you better than yourself, and so no one is going to know what it is that you want better than you do. When you’re trying to decide on any big life choice and you want to pick someone’s brain, it’s a good idea to start with your own.

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