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EOI Teacher 8h
✔ To fancy 》To like or want to do something. 👨🏻 What are you doing tonight? Do you fancy going to the cinema? 👩‍🦰 That's a good idea! Oh, now that you're here, I'm making some tea; do you fancy a cup? 👨🏻 Oh yes, please. [🇪🇦 Apetecer]
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M. Sep 10
new 50+ teaching roles in Korean academies & some public schools. knock yourself out, sharing is caring. English abroad 🤓👍🏾.
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PalFishSav 10h
Want to get your certificate? DM me for link to a free 120 hour tefl certificate!
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Paul McKellar Aug 9
Damn right 😉👌 Just landed myself a new job 🙌 (one that actually suits my nature/personality) teaching English as a foreign language.
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Andy Aug 29
If I wanted to volunteer teaching adults abroad in exchange for expenses, does anyone know how to go about it? Online searching seems overwhelming.
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anna aghalaryan Sep 14
collaborative writing activity is a unique experience for me.
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WeSpeak English Aug 11
Are you a go-getter? Let me know in the comments 🏆
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anna aghalaryan Sep 14
if every member of the group contributes, is able to reach an agreement,develops social skills and makes efforts to complete the task then the collaborative writing experience will be productive.
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Nikki Fortova Aug 12
What technology makes your life as a teacher easier? Any tools/ sites that you would recommend for your own organisation or managing your learners?
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Sian Sep 4
Lesson observation went well and I'm "to standard". I need to be less severe and more sensitive to the students. 🤔 First teaching practice next week 😱.
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PalFishSav Sep 14
Make up to $22 an hour from your phone. DM for details
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TEFL Equity Sep 12
Here's an interview I did with the AMAZING We talk about in and about teaching
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English @ EOI Langreo/Llangréu Sep 14
Are phrasal verbs a nightmare for you? They are very important but it’s something you should learn little by little. 😉 This is a short but useful video in which you will learn how to use different phrasal verbs with "come".
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PeterTheProofreader Sep 2
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IELTS with Fiona Aug 27
Thanks to this lovely, supportive community of TEFL teachers that I’ve found on Twitter, I am no longer embarrassed about the stash of laminated cards that I have hidden from my husband for so long [‘Do you still need these, or can I chuck them?’😱]
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IELTS with Fiona Aug 29
Wow I know it’s pretty simple, but what a difference this contraption has made to my life - no more crap handwriting with crap boardpens, you can keep all your notes to review/photocopy and all the students can actually see the board!
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EOI Teacher 10h
✔ To spend money like water 》To spend too much money, usually without thinking about it. 👨🏻 Joe spends money like water. Look at his new sports car!! 👩‍🦰 I wonder where he gets all that money from.
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TEFL Workers' Union Aug 23
Partnering up with schools that offer dodgy contracts? Not on the IWW’s watch! Post, tweet, and comment in support of workers at :
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ครูจอห์น Aug 18
Looking forward to getting started with Everyday English Academy - great to see something like this get off the ground. EEA specialises in conversational English for adults and children in NST. First time I've been involved in a school opening; here's to many more.
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Richard Wilson Sep 14
Why is online teaching all airbrushed profile pictures and glossy intro videos? It's a bit scary.
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