This post is an interview with a teacher that earned his teaching license online through TEACH-NOW, an affiliate of Teaching Nomad and Teacher Link. He talks about what it was like and why he did it in the interview.
Teaching abroad is an exciting experience that many individuals dream about. It can be deeply fulfilling to live in another country, discover a different way of life, and engage in meaningful work teaching English. If you’ve ever dreamed about this kind of adventure, there are a few things you need to know about how to get a job teaching English abroad. Below are some key steps to get you started.
Moving overseas for a year or more to work and travel isn't just a great adventure for you, it's also a great thing to add to your résumé! There are many benefits that you get to enjoy when you have international work experience, and this is true whether you're going to continue working abroad for quite a while or if you plan on going back home after a year or two.
As an ESL teacher, getting your students to open up, get to know one another, and practice their English language skills can be a challenge. Icebreaker games are a great way to encourage student participation in the classroom and to get your students to practice conversing in English. These fun games can also help students feel more comfortable with each other (and with you). Whether your students are just beginning to learn English or have some experience under their belts, here are some fun games to get your students chatting.
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