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Song Word Race [Teaching Tip]

This is a great activity to wake your students up! Choose a song that you think your students will like, and contains grammar and language suitable for their level. Choose 10-15 difficult words from the song and write them on separate pieces of paper or coloured cards. You may want to drill the words with…

Jak’s story from Vietnam

Since completing the 140-hour Premier TEFL course with TEFL Org, I have been teaching in Vietnam on a voluntary basis with a social enterprise for 3 months. The online-based study gives you all the grammar and theory grounding you’ll need to be a TEFL teacher, allowing you to study at your own pace and around your own schedule. But…

Top 3 Cities to TEFL in China

With 105 cities, over one million inhabitants, 235 national parks, and one of the most impressive cultural heritages in the world, the massive country that is China is sure to impress any visitor. The word ‘diverse’ doesn’t begin to describe the world’s most populated nation with its 4 official languages (not including the countless indigenous…

Halloween Resources

Halloween in the EFL Classroom

Are you looking for some new activities for your EFL class this Halloween? We have put together a short list of some top Halloween resources which will keep your students entertained and help them learn about this spooky time of year. What is lurking in the dark dark wood? A great lesson plan for younger…

Summer in Romania

Chiera’s Summer in Romania

To say I was nervous about my first TEFL job would be an understatement. The travel process was hectic enough that I have time to think about it, it was only when we arrived in Romania and were on the bus to the camp that it hit me. I was here, with 10 strangers, for…

TEFL in Thailand

About Thailand If you’re looking to work in a country where mouth-watering food, pristine beaches, friendly faces, a distinct culture, and a unique history all blend into one then look no further than Thailand. Known as ‘Siam’ as recently as 1949, this predominantly Buddhist nation is a cultural treasure and unlike anywhere else. A land…

TEFL in Chile

Why Chile? Chile is, without a doubt, one of the best – if not the best – places to teach English as a foreign language in all of Latin America. From the driest desert in the world to alpine fjords magnificent enough to rival even Norway’s. Chile has grown to become one of the most prosperous countries…

TEFL in Eastern Europe with Angloville

TEFL in Eastern Europe is, unsurprisingly, becoming more and more popular. The winning combo of beautiful cities and exciting cultures is attracting a steady flow of English teachers. Teachers can often find a plentiful job market in the likes of Poland and the Czech Republic. However, if you’re searching for something a little different, somewhere…