Teaching English is hard. Like I've mentioned a million times before. Motivating kids to speak it when they aren't giving one word, fill-in-the-blank answers, is even harder. "I'm going to lower anyone's grade who speaks Spanish," is another line that doesn't work except for the biggest of brown-nosers. I've already talked about different sites that... Continue Reading →
Teaching English as a second language is not easy, especially when you first start out. If you have never done it before or had any previous training, you have probably never given much thought to your native tongue. If you still think that teaching English is inherently easy, think to yourself how you would explain... Continue Reading →
Before I dive into this, I have to say first that auxiliaries de conversación is the whole reason I am still in Spain. If this is your goal, listen carefully. After studying abroad, it became very clear to me that I had to go back to Spain. I didn’t feel like I had gained the... Continue Reading →
Moving across the ocean, (whichever one it may be), is a big step, literally and figuratively. Whether you are a recent graduate or experienced teacher, are bilingual or just barely answering, “Cómo estás?”, you want a program that is right for you. This is not an exhaustive list by any means…luckily things have improved since... Continue Reading →
Milk comes in different forms for different people. For some, it could be landing your first real job with a decent salary. Maybe its putting the down payment on a house, looking your baby in the eyes, or deciding to leave everything behind and move somewhere new. None are better or worse than the other, the only thing that matters is that it keeps nourishing you, and keeps you thriving for more.