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Teaching English in Thailand by Kate from the States

Deciding to teach English abroad has been the most rewarding experience of my life so far. My advice to you; If you’re thinking about doing it, DO IT. If you’re on this webpage, you already have one foot out the door. Here’s some FAQs that will help you take the next step: Q: What are

Travel Gear for Studying Abroad

Must-Have Travel Gear A backpack specifically designed for traveling. Forget your fancy suitcases, cute (and matching) luggage, and random assortment of difficult-to-carry bags; instead, invest in a nice, high-quality, and relatively large and light backpack (yes, a backpack—one you can easily pop onto your back and carry with you through crowded airports, train stations, subways,

Thailand: The Land of Smiles Look north to Burma and Laos. East to Cambodia, and south to Malaysia. To the southeast you’ll find Vietnam, and southwest, Indonesia and India. Thailand is certainly not lacking for interesting company, and is itself in no shortage of remarkable people, history, and culture. In Good Company Thailand is the

An Activity for Teaching Intonation Awareness to ESL/EFL Students

What we teachers are looking for are ways to generate conversation and communication in class-and hopefully beyond. Getting learners to say something-anything at all-in a conversation class is great, but it must be built on. One way to achieve this is by sensitising students to the conversational tactics they use naturally when talking in their

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