The talk helped me realise that I needed to get these things in order so that I could make my life easier, be more supportive of my (prospective) students and also to market myself better.
I'm here with some recipes and further ideas for you to try with the contents of your kitchen cupboards, or maybe a quick trip to your local shops.
fun fact: I first wanted to learn Arabic when I was about 10 years old. I have no idea why, or where this thought came from, but it has stuck with me ever since yet I've never actually done anything about it.
It's been a rocky four weeks - full of ups and downs - but now it's come to an end I'm feeling far more positive about March.
After quite a few requests for this post, here it is! I am desperate to spread the word about how difficult it can be as an English language teacher both in the UK and abroad, especially as there are so many misconceptions about both. Many people believe that teaching abroad is just a big holiday... Continue Reading →