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Here is the second part of our activities that work well with low level adult students.   Activity: Guess the profession Level: Foundation – Elementary Target Language: Present simple for routines Materials: Job cards Procedure: Before the lesson cut up some paper to make some cards. Give the students one of the cards and ask them to write the name of a job on each piece of paper. Take the cards in and then redistribute them. The students should then hold the piece of paper on their forehead so everyone can see it. Students need to guess which card they are holding. They should do this by g


It seems as though I get an email asking that question in an email almost every week. The answer is a 'qualified' yes... for now. More and more countries are not granting work/teaching visas to anyone unless they have a degree. Some countries are more bureaucratic than others. Here is an example: In Thailand, where I taught for 14 years, three ministries are involved in the process: Education, Immigration and Labour. You can't teach officially without all of their stamps of approval. Let's say you receive a job offer from a school in Thailand. What you then do is go to the nearest Thai embassy


“Heroes represent the best of ourselves, respecting that we are human beings. A hero can be anyone from Gandhi to the classroom teacher, anyone who can show courage when faced with a problem. A hero is someone who is willing to help others in his or her best capacity.” Ricky Martin has expressed the true meaning of teaching; it is to endlessly polish one's skills to reach the peak of excellence. There was a period when a traditional teacher would hide at the back o


Did you know that your ability to speak English could enable you to live abroad making money teaching English? A simple TEFL/TESOL course could be all you need to access a new life living and earning overseas. So whether you dream of waking up in sunny Spain or tantalizing Thailand, TEFL training could turn your dream into a reality. But before you embark on your new adventure, I'll help to answer the top 4 questions you're likely to have if you're tempted b


Problems. What would we English teachers ever do without them? You might think, “Well, I certainly would like to live without any problems”: But would you really? Problems and difficulties in EFL and language teaching are notorious for forcing change, creative thinking and spurring new growth when we are impelled, as it were, into new directions and venues we’d not otherwise choose. Problems? Bring’em on.


You have decided on being an ESL/EFL teacher so you are off on the job search. Aside from the obvious considerations such as what country to work in and what training/qualifications (TEFL/TESOL/CELTA/DELTA) to obtain; there are other things a teachers should consider when looking at potential job offers.