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Teaching Idioms

Teaching idioms might seem intimidating, especially if your students have never heard any of them before. Idioms are a common part of speech, though. Getting your students familiar with them early on can help them communicate more naturally and give them a deeper understanding of the English language.
It doesn’t have to be complicated or difficult to teach idioms. With these tips and resources, teaching idioms to your students will be a piece of cake.

A ‘How To’ Guide To Volunteering In Thailand

Leanne McNulty, our Volunteer Abroad expert, writes about volunteer opportunities in South East Asia. In this article, she writes about her experiences volunteering in Thailand.

My Experience In Georgia

We hear from Tashia Shupert who tells us all about her time volunteer teaching with TLG in Georgia. She is currently teaching in South Korea and would very much like to visit Georgia once more. Here you can read about her first few days in Georgia, some of the ups and downs of her time there and her thoughts on her whole experience.

A ‘How To’ Guide To Volunteering In Cambodia

We are joined once again by Leanne McNulty who has been volunteering throughout south east Asia. Here she delivers the last in her 3 part ‘how to’ guide series to volunteering. This final entry takes a look into volunteering in Cambodia.

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.

Turning Teaching Abroad into a Career

Teaching abroad is an amazing opportunity, one that is filled with discovery, adventure, and an all round feel of accomplishment. Many people dedicate a year or two to teaching abroad and then they go home or move on. But what happens to teachers that want to make a career out of teaching abroad?

Interview with Liane Nichols, an American Teacher Teaching English in Georgia

Liane Nichols taught with Georgia’s Teach and Learn with Georgia program (TLG) from July 2012 through to December 2012. Today, she shares her story on what it was like teaching English in Georgia, Eastern Europe.

7 Tips For Living With Your Host Family

Living with a host family is a chance to understand your new home inside-out. It’s also a huge lesson in communication and understanding. Here are 7 tips for living with your host family abroad.