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Following the Rules in China – A Good Insurance Policy

Too many foreign teachers in China feel like they are treated like royalty in China and think they can do whatever they wish. If they want to show up late to class who is going to stop them? If they want to skip a staff meeting who is going to care? In fact, no one may stop them or even say anything about this behavior. But following the rules and thus establishing a good relationship with your school is like taking out an insurance policy. You want your school to be enthusiastic about helping...


ESL Discussion Topic – UFO’s and Aliens

Level: Intermediate & Advanced This is an interesting topic because every country has stories about Unidentified Objects and strange men. Warmup: Print off a news article about a UFO sighting. Ask the students to read the article and discuss new vocabulary. What to talk about: Have you ever seen a UFO? (Remind them that UFOs can be anything that can’t be identified Do you think humans are the only living beings in the Universe? How would you feel if you found out you are not alone in...


The Paradoxical Land of China

Some years ago, I was invited to be a guest author on the website TransitionsAbroad.com, an online magazine which provides helpful and timely information about living and traveling abroad. This well known and award winning website featured a webzine on Asia which includes an article I wrote entitled This is China, Living Abroad in a Land of Paradoxes. Below you can find the introdution as well as a link to the rest of the article (and pictures) on TransitionsAbroad.com. Sitting...


ESL Conversation Topic – Random Questions

Level: Intermediate to Advanced Sometimes I just don’t have the energy to lead a ESL topic discussion so I will resort to using a series of random questions which can be discussed amongst my students. After all, the purpose of an ESL conversation class is to get your students talking. Warmup: Divide students into groups of two and hand out a copy of the following questions to each group. Tell them they will have 20 minutes to discuss the questions amongst themselves. After the discussion,...


Exploring Your City in China

I was fortunate enough to have had an ancient wall within walking distance of my apartment during my first year in China. There were also numerous temples, museums, and ancient structures close by. Because the area was once a major part of the ancient Three Kingdoms, walking around was like traveling through ancient history. While you may not be fortunate enough to live in a city with such historical value, you should definitely research the area and do some exploring. And...


ESL Class Idea – Childhood

Level: Basic-Intermediate This topic will likely bring some passionate responses from your students. Be compassionate and sensitive to their comments. Questions to discuss: Did you have a good or bad childhood? What makes a childhood good or bad in China? How do parents discipline their children in China? When you have children (or if you have children), what do you do differently than your parents? What do you change? … Read the rest The post ESL Class Idea – Childhood appeared...


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