"How to kill it teaching English in a hagwon in Korea" is a guide for those who want to teach in a hagwon (private institute) in Korea.
This in-depth guide will teach you how to avoid the horror stories you may have heard about teaching in Korea and help you find a "good" hagwon. Then it will help you to navigate it well so that you enjoy your year "teaching" in Korea.
This guide includes much of what is in the Lazy Teacher's Guide To TEFL.
From getting a job to enjoying teaching. You'll probably find it in here.
Have you heard any horror stories about teaching in Korea?
Horror stories like:
- Late payment
- Wild students
- No severance pay
- Crazy co-teachers
- Moldy and stinky housing
Wanna learn how to avoid those kinds of hagwon horror stories?
- The challenges teachers face in Korea
- So what is a hagwon?
- Kinds of hagwons
- The good things about working in a hagwon
- The not so good things about working in a hagwon
- Requirements to teach in Korea
- How to avoid hagwon horror stories
- How to get a job in a hagwon
- How to teach efficiently
- How to outline a lesson
- Teaching meaning, vocab and sentences
- Using games & activities
- Classroom management and solutions to common problems
- Day 1
It's 44 pages and 9,326 words.
It's included as a bonus in the course so if you really want to get prepared to teach in Korea then I recommend TEKA.