Life in the classroom...expats teaching English in Korea at a university.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
My plan to Keep my job
Renewal at my uni depends solely on student evaluations. While I try my best to organize my classes so that students learn a lot and enjoy them, I also give them a choco-pie after their final speaking test, so that they'll have some happy memories of me when they're doing their evaluations. Choco-pie-power. Fighting!
You want some of your own choco-pie power in Canada or the USA? It's possible!
Thanks for stopping by, leave me a comment to let me know you've been. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org with outrageously high-paid ESL Teaching or Scuba Instructing job offers on breezy, tropical islands (preferably Bali or Koh Lanta), or about any regular kind of stuff too.
I've taught everything from the ABC's to TOIEC Listening, but the things I love to teach most are: interview preparation, public speaking and presentations, advanced writing, overseas internship preparation and examination preparation classes.