International Language Programs (ILP) sends volunteers abroad to 10 different countries. In 9 out of those 10 countries you will be teaching English to the greatest, craziest, cutest and funniest kids in the world.
Depending on your ILP school, you may not even have an end of year performance … but if you do here are a few ideas!
Hey teachers! You're on the lookout for clothes that make you feel really cute, are really comfortable, and keep you covered up in all the rights places no matter how you bend or move. Oh and it's gotta be a good price, right?
Besides the construction paper and glue sticks in your suitcase, you should also be packing stuff to wear on vacations and in the classroom!
Worried about teaching your first drama lesson in a classroom of ILP students? Yeah, I was the same way. Hopefully these lesson ideas will help you prepare, which is half the battle!
Bit anxious about standing in front of a classroom of kids in a foreign country and teaching English for a semester? Don’t worry — that’s completely normal (and you really should stop worrying-we'll tell you why!).
Whether you need lesson ideas for your very first week of teaching (good luck!) or are looking for a few new lessons to mix things up after you have been living in a foreign country for a while, we’ve got you covered.
When teaching English abroad for an entire semester, it can be easy to run out of ideas. Need new lesson plans for your ILP Gym class? Look no further!