Survival Guide + Lesson Plans for Teaching English Abroad
So you've been accepted to a program teaching English abroad - now what?
Have you been reading tons of blogs trying to understand what you've gotten yourself into? Are you unsure about where you're going to sleep when you land in a brand new country or how you're supposed to lead a class?
I was there not too long ago, and this guide is born out of everything that I wished I'd known.
Teaching English abroad is an incredible opportunity to explore different interests and new places, and this guide will help you make the most of your time abroad with life tips, worksheets, sample lesson plans, and much more!
Who this guide is for:
This guide assumes that you've already been accepted to a teaching program abroad; I did the Teaching Assistant Program in France, so it's geared specifically towards that, although you'll probably still be able to apply a lot of the tips no matter where you're going.
It includes real lesson plans that I used along with life tips and worksheets, like a packing checklist and bureaucracy tracker.
Who this guide is NOT for:
This guide does not cover how to apply to TAPIF or other English teaching programs. It also doesn't cover logistics like how to get your visa. It is pretty American-centric in terms of the holidays that I have lesson plans for, but a lot of the other material should be applicable no matter which country you're coming from.
This guide includes the best of my blog and brand new content; to see some sample lesson plans and more, check out my blog. Thanks so much and hope you have a fantastic time abroad!
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