I’ve previously written about art activities and ESL lesson plans and this blog is no exception to provoking creativity when teaching English as a foreign language. I was scrolling through my social media account and one of those targeted ads popped up, it was a 5-minute crafts video Instagram @5.min.crafts which shown how to create … Read moreArt, multimedia and ESL
I’m currently travelling through Germany for my own project of work, stopping off in Berlin, Halle (Saale) and Leipzig and then onto Wroclaw, Poland. However, it has made me think about the subject matter of this esl blog and how it’s important to choose the right country to live in and teach English as a … Read moreWhere can I teach English?
As previously mentioned many language schools abroad are currently advertising job vacancies for the new academic year 2018/19, therefore, it’s important to make sure that your TEFL CV stands out amongst the rest. Don’t worry, this isn’t going to be one of those generic guides which goes from steps 1-5, instead, it’s going to give … Read moreHow to write a TEFL CV
ESL Summer Camp activity ideas Previously, I wrote about ESL summer camps, in particular, one that I worked on last year in Poznan, Poland. The response I got from the blog gave me the idea to highlight how I combine creativity and ESL teaching. In total I delivered a range of activities/lessons for age groups … Read moreESL Summer Camp activity ideas
English summer camp teacher vacancies are popping up left right and centre on various job forums. I have seen many language schools currently recruiting camp teachers, counsellors and managers who would like to work with them in summer 2018. I am currently planning my own summer, since, last year I had the opportunity to work in Poland … Read moreTeaching English in Summer Camps
I’m almost three months into teaching English abroad in Vilnius. My timetable consists of working alternating Saturdays, therefore, as far as travelling is concerned, last weekend I took a city break to Riga, Latvia. Because Riga really is a beautiful city. When I’m working during the weekend I teach kids and teenager groups for a … Read moreTeaching Young Learners in Eastern Europe
I had a great day with friends marking the 100-year anniversary of the restoration of independence for Lithuania. The day consisted of celebrating with eating some Lithuanian food, seeing 100 bonfires on Gediminas Avenue and then in the evening attending a free concert at Cathedral Square. How to take your TEFL qualification to a new … Read moreGrowing in Vilnius as a native English teacher