A Letter to my Worst Student

Dear Worst Student, They say that voicing the things that bother you, even on paper, will help to resolve them. In yourself at least. And so that’s why I write this letter; not because I think that it will melt you and convince you to make my classes with you a bit more tolerable. I

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What Teaching Has Taught Me

When I took the plunge and hauled myself, via flights of various durations and one hellish layover, to Korea, I thought I was coming to teach. Teach I certainly do, but http://www.viagragenericoes24.com I no longer believe that “teacher” is my main capacity in Korea. No, from the moment I wake up, to the moment I

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A Day in The Life of a Hagwon Teacher

I was scared to death of hagwons before coming to Korea. Freshly-graduated, having never been anything but a waitress where jobs were concerned, I never even considered applying to one of those scary places for which there exist blacklists. No way Jose, I intended to stick to what was safe, and apply to the government

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