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“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
Working as an English teacher in Mexico has been a very rewarding experience. I've been teaching English in Mexico for well over two years now. It's been a lot of fun and my Mexican students are generally very inquisitive and work hard to perfect their English. They are aware that they'll have more travel and career opportunities if they are able to speak English.
Teaching overseas is a rewarding experience, no matter which country you're in. Although many teachers have great success working in Asian and European countries, many others prefer the culture that comes with finding teaching jobs in the Middle East. While this region is thought to be full of strife and tension, companies that hire teachers to teach English typically work in safe cities that are friendly to foreigners.
No matter how many books you read and how many courses you take, there are some things about being an English teacher which you can only really learn through experiencing them for yourself. As a result, you may end up turning up in a completely new country enthusiastic to start teaching, only to discover that things are not exactly as you imagined they would be.
When teaching TEFL it is always beneficial to have some ESL games handy to reward the students when they behave well and work hard. In this article I will describe my three favourite ESL games.