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Recognizing Culture Shock

Recognizing Culture Shock

So let me paint the picture for you, you are moving to a different country in search of work, education or just new experiences altogether. You are so excited to go you could wet your pants. You arrive and for a while everything is just dandy, but then you start to feel sad, things that were once a novelty to you are now a thing of annoyance and you just feel like giving it all up. Welcome my friend, to culture shock.

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How To Write A Good ESL Resumé (CV)

How To Write A Good ESL Resumé (CV)

We are often asked how teachers can improve or build upon an ESL resume. The biggest mistake that you can make is to… Follow our tips on how to write the perfect ESL resume, and your job application process should be a breeze.

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Interview with Chris Schannauer: An American Teaching in South Korea

Interview with Chris Schannauer: An American Teaching in South Korea

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

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How Can Living Abroad Make You A Better Person?

How Can Living Abroad Make You A Better Person?

Welcome to the first edition of the new blog carnival. Every month we hope to tantalize our readers with a wealth of different perspectives, views and experiences surrounding a certain topic. Instead of searching through countless web pages to find a number of blogs on a certain topic, we have made it easy for you, it’s all right here. Please enjoy our first entry, here you can read about how living abroad has made us all better people, the ups, the downs, the highs and the lows.

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Why Personality Matters for TEFL Jobs

Why Personality Matters for TEFL Jobs

Thinking of becoming an ESL teacher but feel you lack the right personality? Think again! You may be more qualified than you know. There is a whole range of different experiences and life situations which go into shaping an ideal candidate for an ESL position.

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