Teachers Share their Experiences While Living Abroad!

A Glimpse of a Teacher's Neighborhood: Incheon, South Korea

Posted on Sat, Apr 12, 2014 @ 11:13 AM

When I moved to Korea over two years ago, I was full of questions and uncertain expectations. I had been reassured by friends and my recruiter that everything would be great, but it was the specifics that I felt were missing. Part of taking a leap like moving abroad, however, means that certain aspects of your life will be unknowns until you arrive. Some of my biggest questions were about my neighborhood and what it would be like. 

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Tags: misconceptions about Korea, living in Korea, life in Korea, restaurants in korea, incheon, korean neighborhood

My Final Thoughts on Teaching English in Korea

Posted on Tue, May 08, 2012 @ 11:32 AM

       It’s been a little over 11 months since I’ve started teaching English in Korea with Chungdahm, and already my one year contract is coming to an end. I must say the time flew by. I remember before coming here, I wasn’t exactly sure what I’d get out of it other than a new experience. My friends and family assumed that I was going for fun and thought that it wouldn’t benefit me career wise. However, I knew there was nothing to lose and that there would be something to learn. In fact, teaching English in Korea has been more rewarding than I expected. 

       One of those rewards is public speaking. Public speaking was never my thing. Whenever I had to speak in front of a crowd, actually even just a group of people, I would get nervous, blank out, and have the voice of a chick. Teaching and speaking in front of a group of students on a daily basis, has allowed me to practice and become a better public speaker. Confidence can be heard through the projection of my voice and have learned to relax, take my time to collect my ideas and speak.

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Tags: Teach English in Korea, Moving to Korea alone, moving to Korea, teaching in Korea, Teach English overseas, Teach English abroad, a year in Korea, misconceptions about Korea, English teachers in Korea, teaching at Chungdahm

5 Previously Held Misconceptions About Teaching in Korea

Posted on Thu, Jan 19, 2012 @ 10:59 AM

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Tags: teaching in Korea, misconceptions about Korea, English in Korea, winter in Korea, coffee in Korea, learning Korean

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