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Author Topic: One English teacher's guide to teaching in Korea.  (Read 8414 times)

Offline Brian

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One English teacher's guide to teaching in Korea.
« on: March 05, 2009, 09:23:11 PM »
Jason Ryan, a teacher and writer in Gangwon province, has put together an interesting series of posts related to teaching in South Korea.  The material comes from an orientation guide he prepared several years ago.  There're a nice overview, and even for those already here and I found the ones about finding materials and teaching these "voluntary" *cough* after-school classes especially helpful.  [[When you get some free time, give them a read. 

1. 8 Tips for Foreign English Instructors Co-teaching with a Korean English Teacher

2. New Foreign English Instructors -- First Day In Your New Apartment Checklist

3. First Day At School For New Native English Teachers in Korean Public Schools -- Checklist

4. Introduction For New Foreign English Teachers To The Korean Public School Environment

5. "I can't think of any English lesson topics . . . " Lesson Plan Topics List for New Foreign English Teachers in Korean Public Schools

6. Extra English Conversation Classes: Setting them up; Mixed levels; Getting paid; class size limits and levels of students in the class

7. TESL/TEFL Teaching Method and Theory Books, Lesson Plan and Teaching Resource Books For New Foreign English Teachers In Korean Public Schools

8. Korean English Co-Teacher Issues: Techniques, Challenges, and Strategies

9. New Foreign English Teachers in Korean Public Schools--Summer and Winter Camps Checklist

10. New Foreign English Teachers in Korean Public Schools -- One Foreign Instructor's Take On Some Major Cultural Differences

11. New Foreign English Teachers in Korean Public Schools -- Health and Homesickness in Korea
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