If you want to be an ESL Teacher, this is the site for you!
There are lots of ideas on this site that will help you with your ESL Teaching, including ideas that will assist you in your ESL Lesson planning, ranging from fun ESL Warm-Up games to grammar and vocabulary learning activities. If you want to improve your skills as an ESL Teacher, there are lots of ideas for professional development and suggestions for further reading.
If you're interested in Teaching ESL Abroad and especially in South Korea, I have lots of helpful advice for you on how to get that job, including the most coveted university teaching positions. Read on for Everything Related to ESL Teaching. It's your one-stop source for teaching English abroad or in your home country.
Interested in Teaching English at a South Korean University?
Frugal Living for ESL Teachers
Enjoy your life Teaching English in South Korea
- Don't Waste your Time on Jeju Island, South Korea
Jeju Island is one of the most beautiful place in Korea and should not be missed. But, don't waste your time at the tourist traps. Advice from a seasoned Korea expat is here!
- Hiking in South Korea
Amazing Hiking can be found in beautiful South Korea. With over 70% of the country being mountainous, there are literally thousands of trails to explore. Bring your hiking boots with you!
- 10 Fun Things to do in South Korea
Don't waste your time in South Korea doing things that won't make lasting mem0ries. Only the fun things to do in South Korea at this site! Advice from a long-term Canadian expat.
39 ESL Speaking Activities for Teenagers and Adults
ESL Speaking Activity: Role-Plays
Thinking about Teaching ESL in South Korea? Don't miss these sites!
- Top 5 Reasons to Teach ESL in Korea
Teaching ESL in South Korea can be a financially lucrative and interesting cultural experience. Here are the top 5 reasons to consider Korea for your teaching abroad experience.
- Top 5 Reasons you Shouldn't Teach ESL in South Korea
Korea has a well-deserved bad reputation for ripping off foreign English teachers. Get the real information from a long-time ESL teaching expat.
- My Life! Teaching in a Korean University
My Life! Teaching in a Korean University is a popular blog by a long-time Canadian expat in South Korea. Classroom tips, job search ideas and more!
ESL Speaking: Give Feedback
Travel the World and Teach English
- Top 10 tips to Travel the World on a Budget
That's exactly the situation I've been in for the past few years but I've traveled to over 25 countries, usually on a very tight budget. I've been paying off students loans and working overseas at a job that gives me a lot of vacation, but not a...
- How to get an ESL Teaching Job
ESL Teaching can be a rewarding, fulfilling career. Here's all the information you need to help get you that first job teaching English.
- Top 10 ESL Teaching Myths
There are many beliefs about teaching English overseas that are simply not true, such as you can come with $100 in your pocket or you don't need to know the local language. Myths dispelled here!
ESL Speaking Activity: Just a Minute
Logic Puzzles,Trivia, and Speaking Activities for ESL Students
- ESL Speaking: Games, Activities, and Resources
- ESL Publications-Teacher's Resource Pack
Be sure to make your classes interesting and fun with these quality trivia and puzzles for ESL students, from beginner to advanced. Money-back guarantee!
Games and Activities for your ESL Classroom
- ESL Vocabulary Activities
Studies show that if you know 1000 words in a language, you can function in about 90% of oral communication. And usually, this is the main goal of many of our ESL students. So teaching Vocabulary Words is key to helping our ESL and EFL students...
- ESL Warm-up Games and Activities
All English as a Second or Foreign Language classes need a good warm-up activity to gets brains working and bodies active. Here are my top choices for ESL and EFL Warm-up games for kids to adults.
- Fun ESL Activities for the Classroom
English as a second or foreign language lesson planning made easy with fun activities and games to help your students learn English. Make ESL class interesting, active and fun.
What are your thoughts on "Everything ESL Teaching?"
BenGlickman on July 03, 2013:
Excellent lens! There is a lot of information here. If you are looking for a job, I would also suggest checking out ESL101: https://www.esl101.com/. You can search for jobs by country, including Korea. ESL101 also has a resource library here: https://www.esl101.com/resources, where you can download lesson plans and teaching material and add your own for other teachers to use. There are also helpful FAQ's here, covering topics like government programs, recruiters and TESL/TEFL certification: https://www.esl101.com/discover/discover-esl.