• Students & Teachers Having Fun in English Festival


    It was before Halloween. But students and teacehrs in Yuyuan (alias) school have already been excited. Because they were going to have a school ranged English Festival event, probably the biggest event in this semester. (hurrah no class :P )Students chrous team finally presented their best songs for which they have practiced for a month. Teahers also prepared many games for students to win their credit, but they are not just for fun. Students had to use their wid and learn and sort mestory quest

  • New Teachers Coming To Town


    We are SO excited to have some more new teacehrs joining in our teaching program in Dongguan. Kids are even more excited than us for it's thefirst time to have a foreign teacher in their classroom. They are thrilled and keep coming to the front of these new comers try to yell hi how are you nice to meet you over their peers. Even though these are probably the only English they could think of and bebrave enoughto say at the moment.Welcome all the new teachers. Welcome to WIEChina. Welcome to

  • Primary School Kids Sing JUST LIKE THIS with Teacher


    Not just alwaysOld Macdonald Had A Farm,Incy Wincy SpiderorLet's Go To The Zoothat are the right songs for children. As their ability in English grow some pop songs can also be interesting and attractive and playful to your students.

  • Before coming to China


    My name is Bryant and before coming to China, I was scared and not sure of how life would be before making the leap over. Before, I taught a year in South Korea but wanted to get more into the Business field or go into teaching at a higher level. My time in Korea was teaching Elementary and Middle school students as I helped them a lot and liked it a lot but wanted to do something more.

  • Tips for “Survival” in China without Technology


    By Anna Luzanne @WIEChinaThe first thing I realized when I arrived in China is that technology is a necessity. You can do so many things with your cellphone, like:· Booking a Didi (Chinese version of Uber)· Pay for your bill at the restaurant or for your groceries via WeChat or Alipay· Order takeout online· Online shopping· Translation apps when you want to speak to a localThe list goes on and there are plenty resources for using these apps to get along easy in China.But what if your cellph

  • Attractions in Guangzhou You Should Never Miss


    By Issac @WIEChinaGuangzhou is so famous throughout China even in the world mainly for its cuisine and foreign trade. We also have countless skyscrapers and shopping centers all over the energetic city. History and Lingnan (Cantonese) culture can be seen everywhere. Today we are going to introduce some of the must-see attractions in Guangzhou.Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street (上下九步行街)Shangxiajiu Pedestrian Street is more than 800 meters long. It is quite equivalent to Shanghai's Nanjing

  • Integrated Teaching for ESL Teachers [Teaching]


    Written by Fidelio @WIEChinaIt’s a helpless suffering for an ESL kid to get stuck in a tough circle filled with routine blocks announced by the teacher’s tedious orders: “Let’s learn some new words first”, “Here comes the patterns”, “Now we need to make some practice for the sentences” ... These iron fences somehow destroy both the students’ and the teacher’s appetite for a new lesson: just successfully dragging themselvesto the end of the class.Thus the methods on integratedteachinga

  • ESL Teacher’s First Day in School


    By Issac @WIEChinaIs it a teacher's first day in school as exciting as the students'?The answer is Absolutely.After meeting principal and being introduced to other teachers in the sweet new school, we were shown around by the friendly co-teacher Shirley. We have been to the library where there is a lovely meeting corner so nice and inspiring that let one's ideas sparkle, the labs, the playground, and classrooms.No wonder school is the purest place in the world. Even a stranger comes

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