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Teaching Young Learners

There’s nothing more satisfying in teaching than witnessing the growth and development of your students’ skills and confidence. When your students are children, or young teens, and their whole lives are ahead of them, your job feels truly fulfilling. It’s no wonder teaching young learners is such a popular choice among EFL teachers. Why Teach Young People? […]

Homesickness and TEFL

Homesickness and TEFL

Perhaps the most common problem most teachers experience whilst living abroad is homesickness. The bane of all travellers, homesickness can really put you down; so much so that many teachers may quit their job and head home after a month or two. If you’re suffering from this or are worried that you might, take a quick […]

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TEFL and Solo Travel

Self-discovery, cultural exposure, and pure freedom: this is what awaits a solo traveller. Whether it’s to backpack across Europe or teaching English in Southeast Asia, travelling alone is one the most exciting and fulfilling experiences anyone can have. However, even the adventure of a lifetime requires some level of planning and thought. To help out, […]

TEFL in Japan

A Guide to TEFL in Japan

For a land that resisted Western influence for so long, it is perhaps a surprise that Japan is now one of the most culturally diverse nations on the planet. The largest metropolitan area on Earth, Tokyo, shares the country with cherry blossomed trees, tiny villages, and shinto shrines. The West has made a clear impact […]

Top Programmes to TEFL Abroad

Teaching English abroad provides ample opportunity to explore the world. There aren’t many occupations that allow you to travel, experience new cultures, and have the time of your life all whilst getting paid. There are a number of ways to begin your TEFL career, one of which is to enroll in a program that could see […]

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Learning a New Language

Possibly one of our most frequently asked questions is whether or not being adept in another language is necessary to teach English abroad. The short answer is: no. No, you do not need to be fluent in any other language – after all, it is English you’re going abroad to teach. However, that doesn’t mean […]