An Apartment in Madrid is a tale about 13 months of living in Madrid Spain and the sometimes hair-raising adventures that took place captivating enough to stir my advanced students to conversation and tolerate grammar lessons for better comprehension. In fact they were the ones who stopped a session and said "you should write a book." I'd never have thought of it otherwise. You can blame them.
Lots of people have gone over to teach English in Japan. Not so many have gone to Yemen. Stories, thoughts and anecdotes from teaching English and travelling in two countries that could hardly be more different from each other. Book One in a series that will later include tales about teaching and living in Saudi Arabia, Libya, Qatar, Iraq, the UAE and Kazakhstan.
I have been working abroad as an ESL Teacher for several years, and I wish I had the opportunity to read a book like this before I got my first job in China. It would have made my life so much easier.
I will teach you step-by-step how to become an ESL Teacher, how to get a well-paying job and how to handle your life in a foreign country.
This is a “how to” book designed for people who want to leave their dead end job, make a productive lifestyle change to be geographically flexible, and most important to help make the difficult decision to get certified to Teach English as a Foreign Language. But what new job, new experience, new country and culture is right for you? It is all in the contract.
Published: June 6, 2014.
Nonfiction » History » European
Join a mature woman’s journey first year teaching English. The writer says, 'this is the book I would have loved to read before I began my teaching journey overseas.' Single with an empty nest seeking adventure and travel; teaching English in foreign lands seemed exciting. Was it?
Packed with games, advice and hints, The Survival Guide To Teaching EFL is aimed at new and not so new teachers abroad. It offers strategies for coping in a new country and for keeping your lessons on track. It contains classroom activities that work even without a photocopier - so lessons need never grind to a halt! It also provides career suggestions - for both in and outside of EFL teaching.
Can you imagine eating kimchi—a spicy cabbage—for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Nailah experienced this and many other things while on her seasonal journey in Eastern Asia. Enjoy the ride as she takes you on an “ethnically homogeneous” roller coaster through “The Land of the Morning Calm,” also known as South Korea.
The Zero-M EFL/ESOL/ESL/EAL course is a complete course for teaching English as a foreign, second, or additional language. It has been designed for use for students from L1-L3 (beginner to intermediate) and requires no other materials other than a white/black board and the course itself; zero textbooks, zero photocopies, zero hassle.