Teacher Articles on Teaching English in Asia

The 'Teaching English in Asia' category provides insightful articles for English language teachers and academics, offering practical, often personal advice, cultural nuances, and teaching methodologies specific to Asian contexts. This resourceful collection will enhance your understanding and effectiveness in teaching English in Asia, fostering a more engaging and culturally sensitive learning environment.

Motivational Orientation in English Language Learning

A study of Iranian undergraduate students' motivational orientation in English language learning

Japanese Passivity

A View of Japanese Student Passivity

Teaching English in Afghanistan

An article on the role of English language education in Afghanistan.

English as National Foreign Language

A look at the role of English in India.

Get PAID for Teaching in China

A look at how to secure a good salary in China.

Importance of the English Language

A look at the importance of English in India and the world.

Not the best way to teach English

A look at the traditional grammar-translation method used in Pakistan, highlighting its focus on grammar rules and translation, while neglecting speaking and listening skills.

Unseen Hurdles: Managing Culture Shock in Teaching English Abroad

Culture shock! Whether you like it or not it's going to happen to you or it's happening to you at this moment.

Confronting Xenophobia: A Personal Narrative of Teaching English in Asia

My experience and personal thoughts and feelings on the matter of xenophobia