Posts Tagged teaching in China

First Week in China

First Week in China

My first week in China has been an interesting one, I decided to share with you, wonderful audience members, my experiences so far to try to prepare you a little for the rollercoaster that can be the first week.

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Surviving Mandarin Part 2

Surviving Mandarin Part 2

Surviving mandarin can be an essential part of a foreigners experience, and it is something that is good to try to tackle a little earlier on in your time away. Last week we brought you part 1 of surviving mandarin, so this week we bring you even more help to get you started.

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The Benefits To Teaching Online

The Benefits To Teaching Online

Teaching online is a new and upcoming form of teaching which allows teachers to teach from a virtual classroom from anywhere in Asia or other parts of the world. We caught up with DeShawn to hear about his experiences teaching online in Shanghai.

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Pronunciation Issues for Chinese ESL Learners

Pronunciation Issues for Chinese ESL Learners

English is a tough language for anyone to learn. While every ESL learner has his or her own unique challenges with the language’s sounds, spelling, and generally nonsensical grammar rules, there are certain challenges that you’ll find are more common than others.

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Why Shanghai Should be First on your ESL List

Why Shanghai Should be First on your ESL List

I recommend Shanghai for other ESL teachers seeking adventure in a location that has a major city feel. And I want to thank Reach To Teach for being a huge part of this journey in getting me here. Here are just some reasons why I recommend ESL teachers to choose Shanghai as a teaching location in China.

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Haley Williams, Teaching English In Shanghai, China

Haley Williams, Teaching English In Shanghai, China

Reach To Teach is back again with another teacher interview for our readers. This time we spoke to Haley Williams who is currently teaching young children in Shanghai, China with her boyfriend. She made the incredible leap from the vast expanses of Alaska to the big city life of Shanghai.

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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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Interview With Kirsty Grace – Teaching in Shanghai, China

Interview With Kirsty Grace - Teaching in Shanghai, China

This week we bring you a teacher from the UK who decided to make the leap from working with children in London to teaching in Doha, Qatar and the hustle and bustle of teaching in Shanghai. Read on to find out some of the best tips to living and working in Shanghai, China.

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