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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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Teaching Abroad And Reaching Out

Teaching Abroad And Reaching Out

When we live in our hometown for too long we can reach a certain level of ‘stuckness’. We go to the same places, do the same things each weekend and don’t make much effort to meet new people because of our existing group of friends. We feel that we have enough friends, so why should we bother making new friends? We stick with what we know and we stay in a circle of comfort. Of course being content with our lives is something to strive for but when there is a sense of laziness, and no motivation for self-growth within our lives, drastic change is needed! I have lived in Cape Town for twenty four years and have always loved living there but I got to a stage where I felt sick of it and wanted to go somewhere far away and teach English! I felt like I wasn’t moving forward there and taking this leap was what I needed. Coming to teach English in Taiwan, a place I didn’t know a lot about but I felt good about has definitely been the right decision. Travelling alone and getting lost has made me learn, whatever happens ‘don’t panic’. Stay as calm and centred as […]

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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 Jared Berg: An American Teacher In South Korea

Interview With Jared Berg: An American Teacher In South Korea

Today we hear from our latest Reach To Teach Teacher Jared who is currently teaching in South Korea. He made the move from Miami to Korea and although he hasn’t been there for long, his experiences have shown him a lot about teaching English in South Korea. Read on to find out what he thinks of his time there.

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Top Five Tips for Teaching Young Learners

Top Five Tips for Teaching Young Learners

Teaching pre-school and kindergarten is full of both rewards and challenges. Here are our top five tips for working with young learners.

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RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

RTT Interviews Raymond Revnyak, a Reach To Teach Teacher in South Korea

An interview with a Reach to Teach teacher in South Korea. Raymond Revnyak joined the EPIK program in August 2011.

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Ten Icebreaker Activities for the ESL Classroom

Ten Icebreaker Activities for the ESL Classroom

Here are a few ideas for ESL icebreaker activities and games that you can use the next time you’re staring at a classroom full of new faces.

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10 Tips for Teaching in ESL Classrooms

10 Tips for Teaching in ESL Classrooms

With the English language constantly growing in international importance, qualified teachers are needed to provide a balanced and comprehensive ESL education. Here are 10 tips for teaching in ESL classrooms around the world.

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