Category Archives: Teach English in Thailand

Reflections on Teaching English in Bangkok

Reflections on living and teaching in Bangkok by Kaytia King   When I had the time to truly reflect on my experience teaching in Thailand, I felt, above all things, confused. Yes, I was a teacher, but the fact is, we … Continue reading

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Things to Consider Before you Teach English in Thailand

By Kat Apelian When I chose to teach English in Thailand at the end of 2012, I had very little idea what I was jumping into. Like most, I had never been to Asia, and no place was further away … Continue reading

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What I’ve Learned while Teaching Private ESL Lessons in Thailand

Megan Stetzel After graduating from LanguageCorps and traipsing around Thailand, I settled in Bangkok and taught for a language center. Most of my lessons were one on one with Japanese businessmen.  I had a few children and housewives as students … Continue reading

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Teaching Pre-K Abroad: A Survival Guide

Jenny Tolep Somebody is always screaming, a dozen dirty diapers provides a less-than-refreshing aroma and “Ring Around The Rosie” has played so many times that I could pull my hair out. Welcome to my life teaching Pre-K abroad. When I … Continue reading

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15 Things I Wish I Knew Before Teaching English in Thailand

I’m Happy to share this post today from Lindsay, a LanguageCorps participant in Thailand.  She offers up some useful advice about important logistics such as underwear and toothpaste (among other things), that you might not think to consider before leaving … Continue reading

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Teaching English Abroad: A Parent’s Perspective

We’ve posted a lot of anecdotes from our teachers over the past couple months, but I thought our readers might be interested in this email that we received from the parent of a LanguageCorps participant.  Her daughter is currently teaching … Continue reading

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A Glimpse of Life Post LanguageCorps

It’s fairly obvious that Teaching English Abroad is an incredible life experience.  It’s a great way to see the world and immerse yourself in a foreign culture, and most people agree that teaching abroad is an unforgettable, life changing adventure. … Continue reading

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Photographic Memoirs of A Traveling Teacher: Part Three

I’m pleased to present today the third and final installment of Chris Johnson’s photo journal, “Memoirs of A Traveling Teacher.”  Chris was a winner of the LanguageCorps Southeast Asia media contest a couple years ago, and his fascinating photos and journals … Continue reading

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Teaching English Abroad From Start To Finish: Part Two

Jingyang is a LanguageCorps alum from Singapore that spent the better part of a year Teaching English in Thailand.  You might have read Part One of his blog, which does an excellent job of describing his experience Teaching English Abroad … Continue reading

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Photographic Memoirs of a Traveling Teacher: Part Two

Today, I am happy to bring to you the second part of Chris Johnson’s photo series, taken in 2009 while he was Teaching English in Thailand.  We received a lot of positive responses about the first series, so enjoy.  They … Continue reading

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