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Get Paid To Teach In Asia!

Posted by Emily Henkel on 10/29/21 7:00 AM

You can get paid to live and work in Thailand and Taiwan! We're looking for fluent English speakers ready to teach English and experience life in Asia.

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Topics: Asia, Teaching With ILP, Tips For Your Twenties

What Are You Going To Miss Most About Your ILP Semester?

Posted by Emily Henkel on 6/9/21 12:25 PM

I'm telling you, it's not going to be long before you say "Wait, I went to Europe four years ago?!" 

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Topics: Teaching With ILP

Easy Lesson Ideas For Teaching Arts and Crafts With ILP

Posted by Abbey Krzymowski on 12/4/20 8:00 AM

Whether you need lesson ideas for your very first week of teaching (here are some survival tips) or are looking for a few new arts and crafts to mix things up towards the end of your semester, we’ve got you covered. Here's our master list of arts and crafts ideas that work really well for ILP lessons!

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Topics: Teaching With ILP

Where To Find Comfy And Modest Clothes For Teaching

Posted by Abbey Krzymowski on 11/6/20 6:45 AM

You want clothes that make you feel picture ready, are really comfortable, and keep you covered up in all the right places? While staying within a student's budget, of course. Here's the list of our tried and true favorite stores and online shops! 

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Topics: Get Ready For Your ILP Trip, All About ILP + Volunteering, Teaching With ILP

Travel For Students — All The Stuff I Wish I Knew

Posted by Emily Henkel on 9/4/20 10:13 AM

Here’s all the info you’re looking for — from travel deals for students to info about students traveling abroad, plus a few insider tips I wish I knew while I was still in school. 

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Topics: Teaching With ILP, Tips For Your Twenties

Lots Of Easy Ideas For Teaching Kitchen With ILP

Posted by Jen King on 9/1/20 5:30 AM

Teaching English abroad with ILP? You might be teaching Kitchen to cute kiddos — here's some ideas to help you plan those lessons.

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Topics: Teaching With ILP

10 Ideas For Teaching Drama Lessons with ILP

Posted by Emily Henkel on 8/15/20 11:25 PM

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! 

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Topics: All About ILP + Volunteering, Teaching With ILP

How To Survive Your First Week Of Teaching

Posted by Emma Bench on 4/29/20 9:00 AM

If you ask me, the hardest part of any semester is the first week, and that includes the first few days of teaching. But if I (someone who's never taught before) survived it, you will too.

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Topics: Get Ready For Your ILP Trip, Teaching With ILP

How To Teach The Troublemakers In Your ILP Classes

Posted by Emily Henkel on 4/22/20 8:15 AM

Oh my, the kiddos you will be teaching can be C-U-T-E. But even if they are the most adorable kiddos in the classroom, they can still difficult. No matter where you’ll be teaching, knowing how to love the troublemakers will make your semester a whole lot better.

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Topics: Teaching With ILP

Lesson Ideas For Your ILP Classes

Posted by Emily Henkel on 4/6/20 12:54 PM

If you're set to go teach English with International Language Programs and need some lesson plan help, this is the post you're looking for. 

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Topics: Teaching With ILP

 


*Because of the worldwide pandemic, travel options are limited and frequently changing. You'll need to do additional research as resources + activities shared in this post may or may not be available at the time of your trip.

ILP volunteers — work closely with your Program Manager who can help you understand current country entrance requirements which will determine what countries you can visit during your semester. 


 

 

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