Teaching English as a foreign language is a mysterious world. Here are some of the best blogs I've read this week.
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This article on the Telegraph about madness of Gap-Year holidays gives a good insight into what some teenagers get up to in India on their so called aid adventure. It a long article but there are some funny comments to read. (Photo by Shayan USA)
A post by Kenneth Beare on the English as a 2nd language section on about.com was an interesting read. It's a discussion about the role of Non-Native English Teachers in the world of TEFL.
This lesson plan on the Guardian Education section about how headphones are a danger to life could be useful for teenagers and above levels.
If you're thinking of teaching TEFL in Thailand then this post about the cost of living in Thailand on ajarn.com is a great resource. There are several parts about working and living in Bangkok, Chang Mai, Surat Thani, Phuket, and more.
This article on Spain Expat about teaching and securing a temporary visa in Spain is a great read if you're a North American thinking about teaching English in Spain.
Have a look here for last week's top TEFL posts. If you've read a decent article or blog post then leave a link in the comment below.
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