Teach and Travel Share on facebook Share on twitter Share on linkedin Share on pinterest As many as 400 million Chinese are learning English, making China by far the largest ESL job market. A blend of ultra-modern cities and scenic landscapes, ESL teachers have an abundance of opportunities to explore this fascinating country and culture …
Month: May 2020
If you are an online ESL teacher, you spend a considerable amount of time in front of screens that emit blue light. While the evidence is still out on the benefits of wearing blue light blocking glasses, many people profess their love for them and the improvements to their sleep as a result. Find out whether you need blue light blocking glasses.
One of the most important – and least considered – pieces of equipment for your online teaching work space is your chair. Teaching online for hours sitting in an uncomfortable chair can put a strain on your back – and affect your posture. In this post, we’ll look at some ergonomic chairs for online teachers.
One of the most important aspects of an online ESL teacher’s home setup is lighting. Every online ESL teacher’s lighting needs will vary, depending on several factors. Still, there are some simple, cost-effective steps any online ESL teacher can take to brighten up their workspace, like using LED lights.
As ESL learners enter middle school, much of their English language learning is focused on complex grammatical structures and test preparation. While these are important, it’s hard to argue the significance of reading to developing one’s English fluency, creative and critical thinking skills. Here are 5 books we think middle school ESL learners will thoroughly enjoy.