Russia is a great destination for those who want to teach English abroad. Schools are run professionally and students are very eager to learn. The Communicative Approach works perfectly here, but there are a few things that ESL teachers should consider when teaching English in Russia. For several decades, the only ways for people in […]
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Samara is an amazing city in the European part of Russia. It’s located on the shores of the beautiful Volga river. About 1,200,000 people live here. It’s a fast-growing city, specializing mainly in industrial production, aircraft and spacecraft industry, and agriculture. In 2018, Samara is going to welcome guests from all over the world for […]
-TESOL Expert article written by our 120-hour TESOL graduate- People have different reasons for coming to teach English in Russia. Moscow is notably the most popular, interesting and promising destination, but smaller cities also provide plenty of opportunities for both native and non-native ESL teachers. I live and work in Samara (population 1,200,000) and I […]