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If you are already TEFL certified, there are a lot of great extra courses that can push your portfolio to the next level. Here are the 6 reasons that it’s a great idea to do additional TEFL Courses.

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All of us were taken by surprise and panic when Corona Virus had hit our community. As we looked for answers as to how we could avert its negative effect on us, most of us turned to the internet to search for answers. Here are the 5 most searched English words online in the recent pandemic.

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What opportunities does Vietnam have to attract people who want to live and work here permanently? Here are some reasons to help you decide whether or not to teach English in Vietnam.

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Our TEFL graduate, in this blog post, explains the principles of building a course syllabus.

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This blog post contains information on pronunciation challenges for Chinese English learners. Our TEFL graduate shares their strategies on how to help students understand and acquire the correct pronunciation.

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The recent COVID-19 pandemic is affecting people all around the world. Expats abroad, including English teachers are struggling. This blog post aims at starting a discussion about the question: What Can English Teachers Abroad Do Amidst the COVID-19 Outbreak?

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Teaching young learners might be quite challenging, but once you catch their interest - you will be rewarded with their attention and progress. Here are 7 amazing games for learning English with preschoolers.

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So you are in two minds whether or not to do a “Teaching English as a Foreign Language” course. I get it, I was there as well. Trust me, I understand; that’s a lot of money to outlay, and what’s more, you don’t even know if you are going to pass the course.

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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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