Teaching English Abroad is a new how-to guide by an English teacher with more than ten years of experience. Written in a breezy manner, the book outlines a practical method for teaching English around the world.
The guide explains how anyone who speaks English can attain a position overseas. By the time you finish, the inspiration and motivation woven through the book will have you packing your bags for an exotic land.
You will gain valuable insights (from the ‘classroom jungle’), and a unique, easy method for leading a classroom into the thickets of English and emerging with proficient students.
If you’re a beginner, you’ll appreciate the micro lessons designed just for you. Even experienced teachers will find a generous collection of classroom-tested ideas to transform your teaching. In addition, an entire chapter written by an expert covers pronunciation techniques, and a bonus section offers advice on finding the right job.
The guide is organized into four sections: The first contains personal thoughts from “the jungle.” The next section reviews the basic grammar every teacher should know. The third part is loaded with topical lessons to improve conversation. The final piece includes a directory of useful resources and helpful concluding remarks as well as the job-search bonus pages.
With E.J. Kelly’s book of hard-won advice and practical information as your travel companion, you’ll be ready to shine as an ESL teacher in your dream location.
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About the Author
Writer, teacher, entrepreneur, traveler, and motivational speaker: E.J. Kelly, also known as 'the happy hombre' has worn all of these hats. A native of New York, he discovered his entrepreneurial spirit while young, starting and running several successful businesses in the United States before moving to Europe.
One of his U.S. startups provided headhunting/human resources services to IT professionals. He also owned and operated a real estate company, a travel agency, and a bagel delicatessen considered one of the best in the New York area.
After becoming an expatriate, Kelly continued his success by opening the Manhattan Martini Bar in Madrid. In 2002, the well-respected "Lo Mejor De La Gastronomía" (the best of gastronomy) named the Manhattan Martini Bar the best cocktail bar in Spain. This guide by Rafael García Santos also ranks great restaurants, dishes, delicacies, and wines.
E.J. Kelly now focuses most of his time on living life fully, writing and publishing self-help and how-to books, and teaching "Native English" and Business English. He occasionally accepts invitations to give motivational speeches to students and business professionals.
His interests include cinema, reading, photography, vintage watch collecting, business, teaching methods,foreign cultures, travel, and languages--but not necessarily in that order.
Follow that dream!