Originally posted on B&B Teach:
Despite all the articles out there trying to convince you it’s a simple gig, teaching abroad is still just as challenging as teaching back in your home state.
While there may be less standardized tests to prepare students for, teaching English as a second language requires a good deal of flexibility and lots of spontaneous decision-making. Having the proper tools in your teaching box or tote bag can help you generate effective and unique lessons for students in any context.
I have used these tools in classrooms for young learners as well as SAT students. The best part is: these five objects are easy to find in any country, are relatively cheap, and are small enough to fit into a teaching bag.
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