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Teaching English as a Second Language: 4 Steps to Start Your Journey

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Close your eyes, and think:

Where would you like to see yourself this time next year?

Eating tapas and drinking wine at a Spanish bar?

Becoming fluent in a new language?

Relaxing on a stunning beach in Vietnam?

Making

The Novice ESL Teacher’s Guide for How to Teach English

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So, you’ve decided to become an English teacher.

Congratulations! Welcome to the world of ESL teaching.

Teaching English is an incredibly rewarding job. As a teacher, you’re in a position to help students achieve their dreams by learning a …

How to Score an Amazing Job Teaching English in Dubai

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Hey, want to go on an adventure?

I know what you’re thinking. You can’t, because you’ve got to work. Right?

What if I told you that you can visit a region rich in history, where modern and ancient cultures collide

Become a Professional English Teacher in 6 Easy Steps

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Teaching is one of the most rewarding jobs in the world.

There’s nothing quite like watching your students succeed. When they pass their exams, get promotions at work or start studying abroad, it fills you with a sense of pride.…

How to Build Your Own Teaching English for Academic Purposes Course

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If you’ve been an English teacher for some time, you’ve probably noticed one thing: students always go into a frenzy at the start of 12th grade.

But why?

Probably a little bit of hormones, but mostly it’s because they’re trying …

Get Paid to Travel: How to Teach English in France

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Did you know you can get paid to sip espressos and snack on chocolate croissants?

Well, not exactly. But if you’re interested in teaching English abroad, that’ll be a perk that comes with being an English teacher in France.…

4 Authentic Activities on Teaching English for Hotels

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I always make a point of asking new students why they want to learn English.

Most say they want to get jobs in international companies or get better grades.

Then there was one student who exclaimed: “I want to get …