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April 12, 2014 @ 12:42 pm - posted by Robert
With a strong desire to travel, Andy began his TEFL career teaching English abroad in exotic Thailand. A few years on; he now runs a much needed charity TEFL centre that teachers English to refugees and asylum seekers in London, England. [...read more...]
March 29, 2014 @ 11:23 am - posted by Dominic Brendell
Having completed a CELTA certificate before leaving on my travels, I decided to start looking for a job teaching English. It didn’t take long and within weeks I was heading to Taiwan after a brief stop in London, with no idea of what to expect. After 16 hours up in the air I have finally made it to Taiwan! The flight with Singapore Airways was OK, nothing special and nowhere as relaxing as [...read more...]
March 24, 2014 @ 11:30 am - posted by Liz
Worried your TEFL lessons are as boring as pond water? Concerned that your students would rather watch paint dry than sit through one of your tedious lessons?  Here's 5 things to put the pizazz into your lesson plans. Sticky balls Stop sniggering and wash your mind out with soap and water.  Despite the name, theses little babies can inject fun into any recap or vocab session. Examples [...read more...]
March 9, 2014 @ 10:07 am - posted by Liz
So you have paid for your CELTA course and you’re thinking ‘I’m a native English speaker so this will be so easy’. Think again. CELTA courses are intensive and most teachers will tell you it’s one of the toughest thing’s they’ve ever done. You’re need to cancel your social life for 4 weeks and make sure you’ve booked a holiday afterwards so you can relax and unwind.  [...read more...]
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