All the information you need to help you get one of the best English teaching jobs in the world. 12 teaching hours a week with 5 months paid vacation sounds pretty good, right? The competition for these jobs is intense so get a leg-up by reading this book and get the job of your dreams.
Personal finance for English teachers living abroad. It’s the book you really can’t afford not to read and has plenty of advice about paying off debt, building a pool of money and then investing in the stock market to ensure long-term financial success. Use your time abroad in the best way possible and set yourself up for some financial awesome in your future.
For those teachers abroad who are considering a move back to their home countries, but are perhaps a bit unsure about what to do for employment. It has plenty of solid advice from 55 people who’ve gone before in returning to their home countries after teaching ESL abroad and specific recommendations for jobs to consider.
The ultimate guide for those who are new to South Korea. Get beyond just surviving and learn how to thrive so you can make your time in Korea as awesome as possible. There are tips from more than 20 long-term expat who’ve been leading some pretty amazing lives in the ROK.
ESL Activities for Teenagers and Adults
For teachers who like to save time on lesson planning. If you’re tired of searching around on the Internet to find a new game or activity to use in your classes, you’ve found the right book. It’s so easy. All you have to do is go to the section you want (4-skills, listening + speaking, reading, writing, warm-up/icebreakers) and you’ll find engaging, fun and student-centred ESL activities that your students will love. The descriptions are very detailed so it’s easier than ever to just open up the book, choose an activity or two and get to class! Perfect for busy teachers.
For teachers who want to get their semester started off on the right foot by breaking the ice. You can help the students feel comfortable with each other and also with you in order to make the rest of the course go more smoothly for everyone. If you’re tired of wading through the junk on the Internet looking for stuff that you can actually use in your classroom, you’ve come to the right place! More than three dozen games and activities that your students will actually enjoy. Lesson planning made easy so you can have more time for the stuff you really love to do.
The book you need if you’re an English teacher who wants to start their classes off on the right foot. Get your students active and engaged right from the start-it can really go a long way towards ensuring that the rest of your lesson is as stellar as possible. I guarantee that both you and the students will be happy!
What you need to make teaching vocabulary less boring than it usually is. It can be the most tedious thing ever to work on vocabulary in your ESL classes but it doesn’t need to be with these fun, engaging and interactive ESL vocabulary activities for teenagers and adults. Try them out and I’m sure your students will love them, and you.
For anyone who teaches ESL speaking or conversation classes to teenagers or adults and wants to make their classes as awesome as possible, both for themselves and the students. The best thing about it is that you can save a ton of time when lesson planning, guaranteed. This means more time to go do what you really love instead of planning lessons.
Will help any teacher who does private tutoring classes. These can be kind of hard to plan for because the ESL games and activities that you’d use with larger classes often won’t work. But, this book is lesson planning made easy, guaranteed.
ESL Activities for Kids by Jackie Bolen
The ultimate resource for anyone who teaches speaking or conversation classes to kids, age 7+. Never run out of ideas for fun and interesting games and activities again! This book contains over three dozen games and activities which are classroom tested and have proven results.
What you need if you teach kids and want to get them energized and ready for the lesson, right from the start of class. The book contains 39 classroom tested games and activities from 2 teachers with over 20 years of classroom experience that are guaranteed to work for you. Try them out and get your classes started the right way.
Will help you teach vocabulary to kids in an interesting, engaging and fun way. It’s going to save you a ton of time when planning awesome classes and it’s the book every ESL teacher should have in their personal library.
The book you need in your personal library if you teach elementary school kids. It’s got 501 interesting riddles and trivia questions, ranging from very easy to difficult. There are PDF files that you can print out to have worksheets ready to go in seconds. They’re perfect for time-fillers, warm-ups, early finisher activities, or group projects.
The book you need to help you avoid the chaos that can come with your first few months teaching English to elementary school students. Trust me-kids quickly learn who knows what they’re doing and who doesn’t. Be the former, not the latter.
For English Learners
Jennifer Booker Smith and Jackie Bolen’s first book for English language learners. They take the advice they gave students during 30 years of teaching ESL/EFL and put it all into one single place! If you want to speak English more fluently, this is the book you’ll need to check out. What would it mean for you to be able to speak English more freely?
Do you struggle with English listening? Maybe you have a hard time following a conversation, or can’t understand anything when you watch English TV or movies. Maybe your score on the IELTS or TOEIC listening sections are very low. If this is the case, then you’ll need to pick up this book! There are 71 tips to help you improve your English listening. The best part about them? They’re fun, interesting, and not boring ways to help you get better at listening!
If you want to improve your English reading skills, this is the book for you! Jackie Bolen and Jennifer Booker Smith have taken the advice they’ve given students during their 30 years teaching ESL/EFL students and put it into a single book. What would it mean for your career, or education to be able to read easily and fluently?
A lot of ESL/EFL students find writing in English quite difficult. It’s mostly because they don’t practice it very often. However, practice makes perfect. In this book, there are 71 ways to help you get better at English writing. Are you ready to get started?