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  • 2018-03-28
    Here are some common classroom management problems ESL teachers tend to have and solutions to how to deal with them. Whether you are teaching English to kids or adults these solutions should help you solve your problems.1. Kids that won't pay attentionIsn't it annoying when you have students who just can't seem to listen? They can't seem to f...
  • 2018-03-28
    I previously told you about a few reasons why you should come teach English in China immediately. While I still believe that this is one of the best decisions you can make in your life, I feel like it’s important to be fully honest with you. You see, there are certain types of people who just aren’t cut out for living and working overseas – particu...
  • 2018-03-28
    I made one of the biggest decisions of my life because my college professor decided that she didn’t “feel” like doing the whole teaching thing one day and cancelled class.  Faced with an extra 4 hours, I had an epiphany.  I did not know what I was going to do with those extra hours and I also had no idea what I was going to do with the rest of my l...
  • 2018-03-28
    A vibrant country full of bustling cities, serene river towns, a fascinatingly complex language and a booming economy, China is both a rewarding and popular place to teach abroad.With a high demand for English teachers, you'll have no problem finding a job -- but there are some tips and tricks you simply won't learn from Google searches. Which i...
  • 2018-03-28
    During my time in college, I was fortunate to participate in a summer abroad program that sent small groups of students overseas to complete various projects. Projects included everything from building recycling centers in Ghana, weaving with the natives in Peru, preserving the Maori culture in New Zealand and for me, teaching English using the arts in China...
  • 2018-03-28
    I’m sure living and teaching in Shanghai is a lot different than the experiences that others have teaching in smaller cities in China, because here we have so many of the Western conveniences here. It really is quite a diverse city. One minute you’ll be walking through the French Concession, surrounded by all Americans and Europeans and then as you travel in...
  • 2018-03-28
    My wife and I have travelled and taught extensively in SEA. We also spent a year teachng in the Republic of Korea. Nearly all of our experiences have been fantastic. That’s why when we had the chance to live and work in China, with a much higher salary, we jumped at the chance. How could it be so different than the rest of Asia? Sure there will be some minor...
  • 2018-03-28
    American comedian Rodney Dangerfield established a very long and successful career with his standup comedy routine "I don't get no respect," and if you decide to move to China to work as a foreign English teacher, it is highly likely you will find yourself identifying with Mr. Dangerfield's predicament, especially (but not only) if you are ...
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