So, you’re qualified as a TEFL teacher, you’ve landed your dream job, and you’re ready to get started in the classroom. There’s only one problem – you’re terrified.
Nerves are common among new teachers and your first lesson can be a daunting experience, but trust me when I say it these jitters are something that you can conquer. With a little planning and preparation, and a dash of determination, you can come out of your first lesson smiling. Here are my top tips..
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Hong Kong has one of the best and most widely spread happy hours I’ve seen in any large city. Most happy hours run from 4 – 7 pm and usually consist of a buy-one get-one free or 50% off standard drinks, house wines, and beer. No complaints if you’re looking for somewhere to unwind after a long day of work (unless of course you work past 7 pm, in which case you’re much more limited in bar choice and should maybe, probably, definitely consider switching careers).
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You’ve been living and working in Hong Kong for well over a year now and are starting to notice some changes (or you are completely oblivious to them and your friends are not-so-kindly pointing them out to you): either a magician has waved his magical wand and miraculously made this crazy city irritate you less, or -let’s face the truth here- you’re becoming more like a local.
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