Home and Abroad

Can You Still Teach English in China with Their New Laws?
Geddy Gee
Can You Still Teach English in China – discusses the law against private education, covid lockdowns, and future jobs in China

10 Reasons to Love Teaching English in Taiwan
Editor
Teaching in Taiwan – why it’s a great place to teach now that the border is opening up: friendly people, low cost of living, respectful students

Teach English in Hanoi: Experience Traditional Vietnam
Geddy Gee
A guide to teaching in Hanoi, Vietnam – finding jobs, apartments, cost of living and more

Teach English in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam: The Chance of a Lifetime
Geddy Gee
A guide for living and working in Ho Chi Minh City as an English teacher: cost of living, finding an apartment and teaching jobs

Teaching English in Da Nang, Vietnam: City of Bridges
Geddy Gee
The article is a guide about teaching English in Da Nang – living, cost of living, finding an apartment and jobs in Da Nang

What is the Best TEFL Course to Teach English in Vietnam
Geddy Gee
The article is about TEFL courses in Vietnam: are they required, how to pick a good one.

Teach English in Vietnam After the Pandemic
Geddy Gee
The article describes how the Pandemic affected teaching in Vietnam, how it has recovered and which locations teachers can pick in Vietnam

ESL Teaching and Post-Pandemic: What Changed?
Altiné Mni
Has the pandemic affected ESL teachers? This article will discuss seven ways the pandemic affected ESL teachers and provide tips for ESL teachers to succeed in the post-pandemic

A Day in My Life as an ESL Teacher in a Public School in Thailand  
Armando Pannacci
If you’re thinking about taking on an ESL teaching role in the Land of Smiles, here’s a possible walk-through

Teaching TEFL in China During the Pandemic
Altiné Mni
The Covid-19 pandemic is among those single things that impact our lives tremendously. Worldwide, this pandemic has affected how we do business, live, travel, work, and even teach.

Your Guide to the Taiwan Government Program for Public School Teachers
Geddy Gee
A guide to the FET program. Taiwan has a government program similar to JET, EPIK, etc.

Can You Teach English in Japan without a Degree?
Geddy Gee
Teaching in Japan, is it possible without a degree, and the working holiday program for a travel and teach experience.

Can You Teach English in Taiwan Without a Degree?
Geddy Gee
Geddy Gee looks at working holiday visas for English teachers in Taiwan (and Hong Kong).

Can You Teach English in Korea Without a Degree?
Geddy Gee
If you had your dreams of teaching English in Korea crushed by learning that you need a degree, this guide will answer all your questions.

Teaching English in Japan — the experience of a lifetime
Jake Hallows
My experience with TEFL (Teaching English as a foreign language) in Japan, working an ALT (Assistant language teacher) in several schools.

Risks of being an ESL Teacher abroad
David Buckley
David Buckley outlines some of the points that ESL teachers should be aware of when working in other countries. Some of the risks and situations they may encounter.

So, you want to teach English in Vietnam…
Peter Goudge
Some practical advice on how to get started teaching English in Vietnam

The Native Speaker Myth: Death, Burial, and Funeral of a Fallacy
Editor
With 80% of the world’s English teachers not speaking English as their first language, is it time finally to lay to rest the idea that only native speakers from Wapping can teach English?

Words that are different in Japanese and English
Alex Case
Interesting and confusing changes that happen as the Japanese borrow words from English and English-speakers borrow words from Japanese

How the Japanese chop up English
Alex Case
The interesting but difficult to understand ways that the Japanese shorten English words and expressions, and how that can affect their production and comprehension in L2

Made-in-Japan English words and expressions
Alex Case
A systematic look at Wasei Eigo expressions which are fascinating to read about, vital if you are learning Japanese, and best avoided by Japanese people speaking English

Pronunciation changes in Japanese English
Alex Case
A systematic overview of how the Japanese pronounce English words in their own language, and so therefore often when speaking English too

How Japanese English works
Alex Case
A look at the origins and workings of Japanese English

15 cultural differences in the Korean classroom
Alex Case
Aspects of Korean students that might have an impact on your classroom, with some possible solutions

English is everywhere for everyone
Alex Case
Examples of English that students will almost certainly come across in their everyday lives, as well as some ideas on how to use them in games and activities.

Foreign Students go walkabout
Ian Lawrence
Sir Lez Pat offers heartfelt congratulations to the UK Government for their new student visa regulations.

Celebrating Non-Standard Language Varieties in Taiwan
Aubrey Neil Leveridge
Once the educational system of Taiwan embraces and celebrates its non-standard languages and dialects, students will understand the value and importance these languages hold

More cultural differences in the Japanese classroom
Alex Case
15 more cultural differences in Japan

Cultural differences in the Japanese classroom
Alex Case
Not only can you improve your ability to understand and teach Japanese students with the few tips below, you can also give them cultural pointers on how to deal with foreign people

More criteria for a good cultural training lesson
Alex Case
A good EFL lesson with a cross-cultural training element

Criteria for a good cultural training lesson
Alex Case
Students tend to love talking about cultural differences, traditional festivals, travel information etc. in class, and textbooks are increasingly expanding from a focus on Britain and/ or the USA to include voices

More important cultural differences in the classroom
Alex Case
From hospitality to modesty, tips on understanding cultural traits

Important cultural differences in the classroom
Alex Case
Having some knowledge of how cultures vary from each other can at least give teachers a starting point in knowing how to approach students and classes

Japanese English
Glenn Huntley
Implications of unique English forms found in Japan for teaching

Xenophobia
Stefan Chiarantano
Thoughts on the shadow side of teaching EFL abroad

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