The Best Way Of Teaching In Taiwan

A photo in my dreamscape series, it is taken on the corner of St-Ambroise and Ste-Marguerite street in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. The photo was taken with a Sony Cybershot DSC-P93 5.1 MP camera on the 19th of July 2006.

With the help of my wife, I found some great Taiwan blogger resources. I’ve added them to my links, but here are two that I really like.

Toshuo’blog and David’s blog.

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Anyone who is considering teaching in Taiwan should take a look at them. I am right now in the process of reading about Toshuo‘s trip to mainland China last July. Toshuo has a lot of very interesting posts, and I have assembled them here. Most interesting is his opinions on hard core foreign run buxibans.

Toshuo on how to make more money as a teacher in Taiwan, the lowdown on teaching English in Taiwan.

David’s problem with his paycheck. Paul Graham on wealth.

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Daniel from Suitcasing gives his opinions on how to make more money as a private teacher in Taiwan. Tutoring seen in another light.

Tutoring or Private Teaching by Daniel from Suitcasing.

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I watched most of The Spy Who Loved Me yesterday. Naturally, another Bond movie. This was because while I was eating dinner, I watched a recent episode of the car show Fifth Gear. They had featured the best car chases in Bond movies and the submersible Lotus was one of them.

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Today is one of my longest days. I teach Kindergarten 2 hours in the morning, then 2 hours of 401 followed by 2 hours of 402. Because of a scheduling conflict, I have to also teach the Kindergarten kids from 3 to 4 PM. Then I am tutoring some kids at school from 5 to 6 PM. And later, I tutor from 8 to 9 PM.

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4 responses to “The Best Way Of Teaching In Taiwan”

  1. hellboy Avatar

    long read *~*
    i gave up the idea of moving outta the States, jus wish you luck with kids

  2. range Avatar

    Well, at least we can afford maids, nannies and stuff like that over here. In American, we would not be able to afford them. they would be put into daycare.

  3. range Avatar

    Well that is another cool resource for Taiwanese bloggers. There must be a lot of expats living here or staying here for some time. I know that at a party in Hsinchu last week, there were at least 20 South Africans.

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