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7 Lessons I Learned While Teaching English in South Korea

7 Lessons I Learned teaching English in South Korea

Read below for an interview with Julianna Will, who taught ESL in South Korea for two and a half years. In this article, Julianna answers questions about her first experience teaching and traveling in South Korea, from how she found a job teaching English in South Korea, to how she dealt with culture shock, to her advice for people thinking ...

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Teaching English Abroad: Why I Love Teaching Korean Kindergarten

Teaching English abroad is always an adventure, but the adventure takes on a new meaning when teaching kindergarten. You may recall one of my colorful experiences from my previous blog post "Teaching English Abroad: The Evils of Spinsterhood (According to Kindergartners)." Here is another experience from my Korean adventure for your enjoyment: I think it was in November when ...

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3 Ways to Have Classroom Discipline While Teaching English Abroad

Classroom discipline is a tricky topic, whether we are talking about your own children or those under your care. Add in a cultural and very often linguistic barrier that TESOLs must face, and the whole thing can get really messy. But, I must say this first and foremost: if you find yourself in a position where you are constantly ...

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Teaching English Abroad: The Evils of Spinsterhood (According to Kindergartners)

What's it like teaching English to kindergartners in South Korea? To say there was never a dull moment is an understatement. Here's a look into my experience: (This post is part of an ongoing series of guest blogs sent by individuals who have experienced life abroad as a TESOL/TEFL educator. We would love to share your story. Interested? Email ...

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