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Giving feedback is one of the most important parts of being a teacher. Here are 5 great ways to give your students feedback for a successful learning environment.

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Although Russia has one of the highest demands for English language teachers in the world, it is often overlooked. However, there are many reasons why we think you should seriously consider Russia as a TEFL destination, and here are our top 5.

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Check out these 7 awesome ESL conversation activities that will really get your students talking and help them learn English in no time!

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Spring is the ideal time to start your TEFL adventure! Here are our top 10 places to take your TEFL course in the springtime.

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One of our TEFL alumni has shared with us his tips when teaching one-on-one English lessons. Check them out in this post.

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It is not unusual for some ESL teachers to shy away from certain kinds of lesson as they are unsure how to make them interesting and productive. One common lesson that teachers often struggle with is listening skills. Here we look at some great ways to improve listening skills lessons in the ESL classroom.

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To provide a rounded English language education you need to cover all the different language skills equally. However, many teachers struggle to make their writing skills lessons interesting, relevant and motivating for their students. Take a look at these simple ideas for improving the way you plan and deliver writing skills lessons in your ESL classroom.

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Hong Kong is a popular destination for EFL teachers from across the world. If you are interested in joining the thousands of English teachers in the city, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in Hong Kong.

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Are you interested in teaching English in Hong Kong? The NET scheme is a popular option for many English teachers coming to the region. In this guide, you'll find out exactly how it works and how to apply for the NET scheme for teaching English in the exciting destination of Hong Kong.

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One of the main goals for all ESL teachers should be to make their lessons both enjoyable and relevant to the everyday lives of their students. One great way to achieve this is to plan some lessons around movies. Here are 5 great movie based activities that you can use in your classroom.

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