Teaching English overseas is a lot of fun but it's also important to remember stay professional in your work environment. Behaving professionally doesn't mean not having a good time at work, it simple means following common sense in dress and behavior.
As native English speakers, it is easy to forget or not understand how difficult English is to learn as a foreign language. The following simple tips will help you communicate better with your students making your job easier, their studies easier and help you to teach more effectively and efficiently.
EatYourKimchi.com is one of the most entertaining blogs online. Its quirky creators Simon and Martina moved to Korea to teach English for a year and started the website as a side project. Three years later, they are still living in Korea and continue to blog about their love of Korea, K pop, cultural differences, food mishaps and a whole host of other topics with the world. They recently shared with us some great tips and advice about living and working in Korea.
On the south side of Jeju Island sits a bell shaped mountain that could quite possibly be the most beautifully shaped mountain I’ve ever seen. it’s distinct shape and existence in the flat terrain of this part of the Island adds to its beauty and mystery.
Palawan Island was rated by National Geographic Traveler as the Best Island Destination in East and Southeast Asia in 2007 and Island Magazine lists it as one of the best 10 islands to live on in the world. One of the things that makes Palawan so attractive is the strict measures in place to preserve the island's beautiful and diverse environment. The capital, Puerto Princesa is the cleanest city in the Philippines.