Sally Squiqqles is an experienced English teacher living and working in Sicily. In this blog post she gives us a complete guide about teaching English in Sicily. She talks about how to find a job, salary expectations, living expenses, minimum requirements for teachers and more. You can read everything you need to know about getting started in Sicily from somebody who has been there and done it!
In this post Gustavo Albarracin talks about teaching English in Peru. He is a non-native English teacher and his home country is Peru. He talks about his job, his colleagues, his school, his students as well as his thoughts about his country. This insightful look into a stunning country will provide teachers some knowledge about what to expect when they are teaching in this country. Read what Gustavo has to say about his job as an English teacher in Peru.
Fran Austin is an experienced teacher who teaches in Barcelona. In this blog post she describes everything you need to know about getting started as a teacher in Barcelona. She covers topics such as how to find a job, expected salary, living costs, and more. Barcelona is a very popular destination for TEFL teachers and there are many opportunities for native English speaking teachers. Read all about what she has to say in this helpful blog post.
Steven Mayeux is our guest blogger today and he’s passionate about two things: teaching English and hip-hop. Read about how he has managed to successfully combine the two to provide his students with a fun lessons. This isn’t just a way to integrate hip-hop music into his lessons, but he has managed to use the music as a basis to teach a range of language skills. Read more about how you can fuse hip-hop into your English classes.