Hal and Steve Intermediate English Conversation: Portmanteaus

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

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Teaching Hal And Steve English Lessons in the Classroom

Hal And Steve English Lessons A General Overview on How to Teach Our Lessons Lesson: http://www.halandsteveenglish.com/lessons/are-you-a-daydreamer/ Hi! I’m Steve, from Hal and Steve English. You might have seen me around here before. Some folks know me for making adult English lessons. I’m here today to introduce you to our teaching philosophy and give you a

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7 Great Websites to Learn Korean Online

While it is not essential to learn Korean when teaching English in South Korea, learning the basics (or more) will likely make your time in Korea more fulfilling. Luckily for us there are many great websites out there to help us learn Korean. Here’s a list of 7 great websites you can use to study Korean online.

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5 Great ESL Podcasts for Teachers

Are you a podcast lover like we are? Here’s a list of 5 great ESL podcasts that can really help deepen your knowledge of TESOL and become the best teacher you can be. Learn about the all the latest trends in TESOL, practical tips for the classroom, the CELTA course, and how to incorporate the newest technology

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Guide For New Teachers in Korea

We Teach Korea are proud to collaborate with Hal and Steve English, an up-and-coming English materials provider for learners and teachers. For English learners you can use their lessons for practicing English with your friends, colleagues, or tutors. For English teachers in South Korea they’ve prepared advanced, intermediate, and Conversation Lessons for classes, tutoring, or whatever you may need. Keep reading

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Teaching in Korea: Cultural Differences in Korean Schools

For anyone who wants to give teaching English in South Korea a try, it’s important to be aware that some daily aspects of life are different when teaching in another country.  If you’ve ever taught in your home country, you may have a certain idea as to how school life goes. However, there are cultural differences

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14 Things to Expect Teaching English in South Korea

If you’re about to begin a new journey teaching English in South Korea, you may be a bit nervous about your first few weeks. It’s normal to be a little anxious and to wonder what to expect. Most teachers love their experience once they get settled into their new school. Keep reading to learn more

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5 Benefits of Teaching in South Korea

When deciding if teaching abroad is the right choice for you, it’s important to consider the location and the benefits that are offered with each position. There are many wonderful benefits of teaching in South Korea. Here are some of the top perks that you can expect when you get a job teaching in South Korea.

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28 Ways to Find a Great Job Teaching English in Korea

If you are considering moving abroad to teach English, you likely have learnt that Korea is one of the best options out there. Schools and academies in Korea offer some of the most competitive benefits for English language teachers; including a high salary, subsidised airfare, and free accommodation. Add a unique culture and modern way of life to

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5 Reasons I’m Thankful I Moved Abroad to Teach English

Making the decision to move abroad and work in another country isn’t an easy one to make. While it can be exciting and new, it can also be scary and confusing. A year and a half ago, I moved abroad to teach English in Korea and I’m so thankful that I did. This experience has

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