Linda Dunsmore ITTT TEFL
Linda is a passionate traveler, language learner and TEFL teacher. After spending some time teaching in China, she moved to Korea in 2015. She now calls South Korea her home.
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Are you not sure what to do this winter with your EFL students? Don't worry we've got you covered! Try these 7 amazing winter and Christmas ESL activities your students will absolutely love!Read more
The first step to a career in teaching English abroad is a TEFL or TESOL certificate. However, with so many courses to choose from you will probably ask yourself: What TEFL course is most useful? Find out which course best suits your needs in this article!Read more
Are you interested in starting a career in teaching English abroad? There are countless programs sending teachers abroad for a teaching experience, oftentimes for very high fees. Here are 4 reasons why you don't need a program to teach English abroad!Read more
Are you interested in teaching English in South Korea? Our TEFL alumni Beatrix shares three differences in Korean schools that every teacher needs to be aware of before heading to South Korea to teach English.Read more
France is a popular destination for EFL teachers wanting to teach English in Europe. If you are interested in joining other English teachers in the country, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in France.Read more
Vietnam's economy has been growing continuously and the demand for foreign English teachers has also increased. Throughout the country, you will find a wide range of job opportunities, from language schools and private tutoring to in-house work across the business sector. In this post, we examine the top 5 destinations for teaching English in Vietnam.Read more
Check out these 7 activities for teaching reported speech in the ESL classroom that will help your students learn this tricky English topic in no time!Read more
Are you interested in teaching English in Japan? Our TEFL alumni Kaavya shares three differences in Japanese schools that every teacher needs to be aware of before heading to Japan to teach English.Read more
Creating a course syllabus is often expected from EFL teachers working at English schools abroad. Here is our guide to writing your first TEFL syllabus.Read more
Italy is a popular destination for EFL teachers wanting to teach English in Europe. If you are interested in joining other English teachers in the country, check out this guide on salary and budget for a teacher living in Italy.Read more
Teaching young learners is a huge part of the international EFL market and you will surely have to teach children at some point during your EFL career. These 10 tips will really help you when teaching English as a foreign language to children.Read more