DPR’s blog provides more than enough information to help you become familiar with what you should expect before teaching overseas. Check out these useful resources that may interest you.
TEACH ENGLISH ABROAD – http://www.transitionsabroad.com/publications/magazine/0401/teaching_english_abroad.shtml
Here as a comprehensive guide to teaching English abroad with helpful tips and resources for anyone who is looking to dip their toes into a career in ESL.
FOOT PRINTS RECRUITING– http://www.footprintsrecruiting.com/teacher-resource-room
Find out more information on finding teaching jobs aboard in Korea, UAE and China. You will find helpful articles and guides as well as information on TEFL certification.
AMERICAN ENGLISH – https://americanenglish.state.gov/materials-teaching-english
This site offers tons of useful resources for teaching, writing, reading, speaking and listening in English. You can also find great material to use in your classroom.
ELC STUDY ZONE – http://web2.uvcs.uvic.ca/elc/studyzone/
The Study Zone offers useful material and lesson plans for both teachers and students of the English language. Teachers can create English lessons and practice exercises from beginners to advanced levels.
ELLO is a great site for audio resources that are categorized by level, topic and accents. Teachers can take advantage of this site for great dialogues with accents from native and non-native English speakers.
What are your favorite ESL teaching resources? Send us a message and we’ll add it to our list!