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Why South Korea isn’t the Place for Serious English Teachers

In my opinion, Korea really is not the place for serious English teachers. By “serious English teacher,” I mean ones that are well-qualified (CELTA/DELTA, MA TESOL/Linguistics, or are qualified teachers back in their home countries) and experienced (5+ years teaching a variety of levels, classes and ages).


Being a Great ESL Teacher-Do you Have What it Takes?

So you think you want to be a great ESL teacher-the person who excels above the rest and makes classes awesome for their students and keeps them coming back for more. The one whose students actually learn English and improve their skills. Do you have what it takes? Keep reading and find out: You’re a

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How to Make your ESL Classes Awesome

Make your ESL Classes Awesome

I’m sure everyone reading this wants to make their ESL classes as awesome as possible. Any teacher would and even those who are abroad for just one or two years still want to have great classes and help their students learn English. But teaching isn’t an easy thing to do and it’s often the case that foreign English teachers walk into the classroom at their first job with absolutely no training whatsoever.

Help is here! If you want to make your ESL classes as awesome as possible, keep reading for my top 10 tips.

How to Teach English-Jeremy Harmer


Conference Conversations and Photos from #kotesol2014



The 2014 KOTESOL-KAFLE International Conference
October 4-5, 2014
COEX Seoul 


Photo Album

Conference Conversations


ELT Live#5 - Professional Development (Online and off)


2013 KOTESOL International Conference

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Conversations at the 2013 KOTESOL International Conference



 


BgKotesol September 17 Meeting

Date: 
Saturday, September 17, 2011 - 14:30

Hello,

We at BGKOTESOL hope that you have had a wonderful summer vacation and are fresh and ready to get back to work and engage in some professional development. To facilitate both, we would like to invite you to our September Meeting on the 17th of this month. 

We are going to kick off the fall semester with a bang and will have 2 presenters, Joanne Huh and Will Lingle, speaking on:

Joanne: Content and language Integrated lesson (a practical presentation aimed at teaching young learners)


English Teachers Reflect On Changing Role in Globalization Age

English teachers at the KOTESOL conference in Seoul focus on their professional development.


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