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Song Word Race [Teaching Tip]

This is a great activity to wake your students up! Choose a song that you think your students will like, and contains grammar and language suitable for their level. Choose 10-15 difficult words from the song and write them on separate pieces of paper or coloured cards. You may want to drill the words with…

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Jak’s story from Vietnam

Since completing the 140-hour Premier TEFL course with TEFL Org UK, I have been teaching in Vietnam on a voluntary basis with a social enterprise for 3 months. The online-based study gives you all the grammar and theory grounding you’ll need to be a TEFL teacher, allowing you to study at your own pace and around your own…

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Top 3 Cities to TEFL in China

With 105 cities, over one million inhabitants, 235 national parks, and one of the most impressive cultural heritages in the world, the massive country that is China is sure to impress any visitor. The word ‘diverse’ doesn’t begin to describe the world’s most populated nation with its 4 official languages (not including the countless indigenous…

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Can couples TEFL together?

We are often asked if is possible to go abroad and teach with your partner, best friend or significant other. If you’re asking the question, you’ll probably be pleased to hear that the answer is, yes! I think we all feel there might be safety in numbers, especially when you are thinking of relocating abroad…

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Railway Carriage Game [Teaching Tip]

Write out a number of slips of paper of some unusual (but not wacky) sentences. You will need at least one slip per student. Some examples: Can you see it? You’ve stolen my phone! Where’s my ball? I’ve lost my shoes! I’ve eaten snails. She was born in 1963, you know. It’s so stuffy in…