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September 2009 Blog Posts (28)


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Teaching Tools - Get them all here!

I've finally collected all the "TEACHING TOOLS" we have on the community into one nice handy place. Our TEACHING TOOLBOX.



These are all click and play or downloads which will help teachers: Spinners / Clocks / Timers / Makers /…

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Listening Activities that Work!

I published this on my "outside" blog a few months ago. For some reason I forgot to publish it hear at "home". So here it is - a nice blog post with tons of Listening Activity ideas. Enjoy and hopefully you'll find something that will work with your own students.



Listening! Activities galore for your classroom!



Listening is a very overlooked skill in our classrooms. It is as vital (or even more so!) in the beginning as speaking and we should treat it so.… Continue

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ELT Jobs - Help spread the job news!

twitter / eltjobs Jobs are important, they are the door to $$$$ and it is important even if you have a secure job, to keep intouch with what is happening in the ELT (English Language Teaching) job market. I've been a student of this biz for awhile and will be coming out with a new site that is a major innovation in this field. Stay tuned.



However, in the meantime we have… Continue

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Mexican English Teacher

Hey guys is it possible to you to share your experiences while teaching English as a Second language in Mexico?. Currently I´m working for a HS in Juárez, Chihuahua. Lots of violence and insecurity, but there´s a hope for something better for us and our dear students.
best regards

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The New Gig

Most of what I have been teaching the first to weeks if required freshmen English classes. We are using interchange text books.



My classes are organized by major. This means that they vary quite a bit as some majors have low values on learning English, like my Phys ED class. But to my surprise it was my buddism class that is the biggest headache. Its filled with older Koreans who have decided that they cant speak English. Most of the lesson revolves around them forcing the only… Continue

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Apply today to teach in Saudi Arabia

Apply today to teach in Saudi Arabia

Located in Medina and Jeddah.



Contract details are as follows for both male and female instructors:



Contract Start Date: October 1, 2009

Contract Length: 1 year

Teaching Hours: 30 per week

Type of Teaching Job: University/College

Curriculum: English classes

Salary: $2000/month tax-free

Airfare: paid up-front

Housing: Shared housing with one other teacher of the same sex

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Writing Ideas and Activities



“Writing is a way of talking without being interrupted.” -- Jules Renard


“ideas to get your student’s pencils moving” -- Read - The TOP WEBSITES FOR TEACHING WRITING!





Writing is and isn’t an easy thing to do in the classroom. Especially nowadays when students don’t have long attention spans and are… Continue

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Wanted!! Global exchange partners

Hi all!



A new website has been launched: www.soenglishglobally.com for the purpose of connecting teachers and students globally through video recorded chat and text chat. Check it out!



I am looking for teachers who would like to partner with me and my classes. I teach the 1st grade of high school at an all girls high school in Seoul, Korea. My students are ready to communicate in English with other students… Continue

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Apply Now for February Public School Positions in South Korea

Start Date: February 17, 2010

Contract Duration: 1 Year

Salary in local currency: from 1,800,000 to 2,700,000 Korean Won

Salary USD (approx.): from $1,440 to 2,160/month

Taxes: Tax relief for the first 2 years of teaching (except Canadians)

40 Working hours/week

Type of School: Public School

Age of students: Elementary, Middle and High School

No Teaching Experience Required

No Experience with kids Required



Requirements

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New Job

Its funny how things work in Korea. Things never seem to pan out how you expect them too. The reason I have been AWOL lately is because I have changed jobs here in Korea. Quite unexpectedly I went from working in the EPIK program at a middle school in Pohang to teaching at a university just outside of Pohang.



With the new job came a new apartment, my own office, and lots of paperwork. Not to meantion all of this happened with my trip to the US in the middle.



So EPIK… Continue

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Clothing and Descriptions

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During my second week of classes, my co-teacher was in a chapter about clothing and descriptions. I took this opportunity to give a… Continue

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Teaching Writing - Helpful Websites....

Teaching writing isn't easy but despite being a "high order skill" it is an invaluable thing for any student who will work in an all English environment. Or for any second language speaker who'll communicate online (or by snail mail - people still do that, you know!).



Fortunately there are many online sites to help teachers instruct and for students to visit and get much needed feedback and practice.…

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Google has Flipped out! - A lonely teacher's lifeline.



I remember "years" ago when I got out of teacher's college and first began teaching overseas in the Czech Rep. There was no internet back then (92) nor satellite TV or even English TV. And only once a week did one copy of the European (do you remember that wonderful creation of the eccentric Robert Maxwell? I adored it.) arrive at the downtown "tabac". If I was one minute late, I'd be out a whole weeks worth of delicious reading! Never mind the weeks when it didn't… Continue

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What to do the day before the GRE Test

What to do the Day before the GRE?



You shouldn’t feel jittery on the day before the GRE. Also, taking a GRE Practice test or revising some GRE Prep material won’t help you get a higher GRE Score. Rather, you should relax, to make sure that all your GRE Preparation gives the full result the next day.



The following tips will help you make sure that you do well:



1. Don't study for the GRE the day before test day. The GRE is a comprehensive test, so what you… Continue

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Teaching the Planets and about "Space"



Today I spent a little time helping out another teacher with resources for teaching about the planets. I thought I'd take a moment and just share here too.... This is fascinating stuff for kids of all ages and if you can get them doing any of the following, you'll be successful.



1. Project - get groups to make posters and present on one of the planets. Great practice for numbers!



2. Make a mobile. Students cut and paste and make a living mobile for… Continue

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Journey to the End of Coal

Wow, this is a powerful documentary about coal mining in China. It is presented in a "choose your own adventure" format. You can return to any step on the journey and take a different path by clicking Show Map icon. Click on the image to go to the site.





This documentary is especially relevant because China and the US are the biggest consumers of coal as an energy source. Coal… Continue

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Contribute A Post To The Next ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival!

The next ESL/EFL/ELL Blog Carnival will be hosted by the ELL Classroom , and the deadline for submissions will be September 30th, with October 1st the publication date. You can contribute posts by using this easy submission form.



Any posts related to teaching or learning English are welcome, including examples of student work.



Candace Wlliams posted the Twelfth Edition of the ESL/EFL/ELL Blog… Continue

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Improve your Spoken English

Tuition donated to developing free e-learning for students in developing countries: http://www.wiziq.com/courses/learn-english-online.aspx

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Music and from TV advertisements

Anyone looking for songs and music from TV advertisements? Here's a great resource http://www.televisiontunes.com/

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