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One of the most daunting things about teaching online is setting up your online classroom. You have to set up the lighting, buy props, make sure the camera is at the right angle, and find a suitable headset. It can be expensive and overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Here is what I’ve learned about setting up a cheap, organized classroom.

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I usually prefer to try local foods and takeaways while being abroad. However, with all restaurants and delicious street food being closed due to the outbreak I had no other option despite starting cooking. With the help of WeChat and my Chinese friends, I have not only survived throughout the quarantine but mustered a few local dishes!

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English has many versions around the world. Our TEFL graduate tries to explain how to choose the best option to teach.

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For an expat in Vietnam, the vast majority of work opportunities are tied to teaching English. These also happen to be among the best-paid jobs in the country. English is big business and teaching the language is a great way for an expat to earn a living in Vietnam. For those looking to do just that, here are some valuable tips.

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Finding authentic materials that fit your class’s needs may be difficult. However, authentic materials offer many benefits that created materials do not. Check out this post for 3 tips for implementing authentic materials in language classrooms.

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Chile is a beautiful place in Latin America, a popular destination for teaching English as a foreign language. Here's why teaching English in Chile is awesome and how it will change your life.

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I started teaching online two years ago. With no training, it was a bumpy start. If there is one thing I want you to take away from this post, it’s this: relax. It gets better.

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English phonetics can be daunting to students. Our TEFL graduate shares their thoughts on how to overcome some common challenges.

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February is a great time to introduce Black History into your EFL classroom! Here are 5 Great Activities For Black History Month in the EFL Classroom.

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Are you interested in teaching English in China? Definitely check out the personal experience moving to Beijing to teach English by one of our TEFL course alumni.

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