The only place where you can do the CELTA in Seoul, Korea is in IGSE (International Graduate School of English). Find out how to apply here!
Public school jobs with the EPIK program and others are seen by many EFL teachers in Korea as attractive positions. They tend to offer more vacation and less teaching hours than hagwons and will look great on your CV. Find out what you need and what it takes to get into one of these programs.
Why Teach English in Korea? Why Do Most Teachers Come to Korea? How to Get a Visa to Teach English in Korea? How Much Money Can You Make Teaching English in Korea? find answers to all of these questions here!
As you can imagine, moving abroad is a big life change. When deciding to live in a new country, you’ll need to adjust to new foods, cultural norms, and everyday routines. For many, life in Korea offers a unique and fun experience. If you are thinking of teaching and living in Korea, take a look below to see some of the cultural differences I found really interesting. By Natasha of www.livelearnventure.com
As an ESL teacher in Korea, foreigners are able to live a great life, take part in many new experiences, and even save a good chunk of money. If you’re thinking about teaching abroad in Korea, you may be looking for ways to stretch your money further. Top tips to save money while teaching in Korea. By Natasha from www.livelearnventure.com
Travel English Conversation Semester 3, Lesson 1 Download the lesson here: http://www.halandsteveenglish.com/lessons/american-food-vs-korean-food/ There’s really no better topic than food, is there? Cuisine, and especially pride in cuisine, are so integral to Korean life. Children, mothers, fathers, and grandparents… no matter their age, they love talking about food. It’s perfect for English lessons. As a foreigner, you
KOTESOL International Conference 2016: Shaping the Future with 21st Century Skills KOTESOL (Korea Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages), is a professional organisation for teachers. They have several local chapters all around Korea that host regular meetings featuring presentations and workshops designed to help teachers improve their teaching. In addition, they host regional conferences and international conferences
Intermediate English Conversation Semester 3, Lesson 17 Download the lesson here: http://www.halandsteveenglish.com/lessons/pretentious-people-2/ This is, without a doubt, one of my favorite lessons. I think every person, regardless of self-awareness, regards themselves as a down-to-earth John or Jane. Nobody would ever consider him/herself pretentious. Until this lesson. I taught this to 10 different groups of students this
Intermediate English Conversation Lesson by Hal and Steve English Hal and Steve: Semester 3, Lesson 5 http://www.halandsteveenglish.com/lessons/portmanteau/ You’ve probably realized, if you’ve read my previous lesson guides, that at Hal and Steve we love to talk about lifestyle. That topic is so dense, so complicated, but so easily sparks conversation with our students. That’s something