GOOD TEACHERS UNION of CHINA
The Listing: http://www.eslcarnival.com/china-job-board.html
Welcome to Good Teacher's Union:
Good Teachers Union, is currently working with three after-school programs to help find qualified English teachers. Good Teachers Union acts as an agent and consultant for teachers that find work through us.
We provide personal services that many schools may overlook such as: Visa help from beginning to end, airport pick up, free hotel upon arrival, escorting you to find an apartment (very helpful to have a Chinese person with you), helping you get a phone, as well as continued support after you arrive and start your new job. All at no cost to you.
Also, in the unlikely event that you don't like your job, or city, we will work with you to move locations to a different school or location. Basically, we serve as a safety net for the entire time you are in China.
About the jobs:
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You can also visit our website at www.GoodTeachersUnion.org
And connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube via GT Union.
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Technology. Automation. Twitterbots. Have you ever awakened one morning, only to find out that you have made that all important milestone in your life, linking yourself to Guru status? Well, this is how this very thing happened to me. It was that moment that my sister, a Northwestern University graduate, never had time to explore how to make her presence successful on social media. I built her very cumbersome and highly invigoratingly successful website for her candy store back in 2012, only to realize that we both wanted to see her candy store grow even further. Then comes forth Chase Bank and its attempts in re-establishing its universal likability while contributing to small businesses in re-stating its claim for not just a Big Bank. I awakened to the early morning challenge. It was a Sunday morning just like this one. (Btw, her first international order came from a Japanese business traveler who had already been to the states and was online surfing for great belgian chocolates in Chicago, since the receiving party already resided in the Windy City. My sister's site was beautiful, but since replaced when my sister launched her belgian KC Chocolates Candy Store in the Lakeview area of Chicago in 2012. (she sells strictly in-house, and the current generic site isn't my design).
Let me say right off, (look at the impressions on the right). Many of my friends did not even respond to my post, however, their friends-of-friend whom reside in the ethervilles of the unknown cyberspace, made the connection for me. (I'll never know who voted for my sister's little candy store. But I imagine it was a bunch of really cool people placed under the Twitter spell of reaching out in the spirit of crowd funding. To all of the unknown voters: my sincere Thank-you! It was a resoundingly successful kickstarter campaign!
It's was a beautiful summer Sunday morning in southern Nevada, a place that is currently my sultan paradise with it's green palm trees, brown mammoth mountains, and indigenous blue skies. I should be out hiking right now, but it's hitting me, (right now), that I'm a maven, a true Twitter Guru. This is my kind of usual weekend morning, with fresh buttery croissants and hot Italian coffee, (but I thought), why not share about this potential Twitter empire that I'm building? Hey, why not? I mean, I just got through reading a fabulous Twitter article on blogging for Twitter, by the Traveling Circus, here. It's a really fab article, and I certainly recommend it for making that turn from a run of the mill Twitter account, to operating and celebrating your new Twitter universe! At the very least you should be building your little bit of island paradise. By the weigh, I just finished my June 1st blog post about Tin Lizzie's adventure 300 miles up the straights of Mackinac. Catch it here.
I opened my first Twitter account in September 2011, as it is so proudly displayed on my Twitter site, and then I subsequently opened another Twitter account like just one month later. Why? I suddenly realized the Power of Twitter, of which I always heard to be the case, and boy, was it astoundingly true! Firstly, I discovered the power of Twitter when I'd simply Google my blog name, and discovered that not only was my blog name high in the SEO rankings, but it was the gosh darn Twitter that was actually helping the rankings of my blog! Site name: ESL Carnival Academy. By the weigh, this was all free! I didn't have to pay some SEO giant in India to help me, I did it by myself. Now, this article is about Twitter, but I'm purposely telling you how I did it, so that you can get it done too. But aside from even that, at current I'm blogging for my sister using Twitter right at this very moment. You've heard of Kickstarter and the other online campaigns that one can run to Help Fund Me, towards a way of exploiting a great enterpreheur idea that pays for the idea through the support of people who believe in you? There are a few really great campaign sites out there, but of all suspects, my sister found Chase Bank to be sponsoring a campaign to help small business owners with business grants. Ironically, Chase Bank is working with Facebook with this one though, I mean you have to physically log into your facebook account in order to cast you vote for your favorite small business shoppe in Chicago. Facebook it is, but it's Twitter that is allowing for my sister's votes to climax the great social media vote tally.
As far as accumulating followers, no need. I strictly enjoy the nomadic life, which extends taking many unconventional routes. So, I decided to go with Round Team almost a year ago. Round Team is, by far the best in retweet automation. All I had to do was to take ten minutes on their site, open an account, link both my Twitter accounts, and insert my favorite Twitter lists. The impeccible social media giant blast out retweets from my favorite #travel and #ttot lists using their renouned twitbot. Ahh, life cannot be simpler, laying back by the pool on this Sunday, and allowing for the power of Round Team and Twitter to create my little piece of paradise in the sky. Now, you can befriend all of those buy instant followers if you like, and I respect the Traveling Circus for going this route. But, at current , I'm very close in reaching the number that my sister needs to help expand her business via the Chase grant, but even more developing, I'm establishing myself into the dynamic world of Twitter Guruism.
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Happy Birthday to the Academy!
Earnest Hemingway is my favorite author, and Frank Lloyd Wright is very exceptional, since I bring with the Transformative Blog much of my memories past from the bustling city of Chicago. However, on my birthday today, May 18th, I plan to bring as much of a moveable feast to my upcoming memoir, as Earnest Hemingway did with his own writing.
A part of transforming is recognizing upcoming life events that will not only change your life, but the person whom resides at the seat of your soul. It's my birthday, and I therefore want to pay homage to my life, to my years on planet earth. I'd like to do it in a much polished way; recognizing years spent with certain friends, loving a child, and finding out who I really am as a person. I'm studying French again, this time with a vigor that cannot be questioned, as I plan to be somewhat fluent in French for my trip to Paris in 2016. Additionally, I have yet to spend the summer with Tin Lizzie on Beth's Boat in Cali. Not to mention catching a ferry up the straights of Mackinac, maybe even sailing from the straights, the nearly 300 miles up into Canada. And then there is biking around the island every morning for a couple of weeks! Now, what about my writing? Where does the incorrigibly unpretentious writer venture off to?
In my Writing Workshop I class at Columbia in the fall of 1979, Professor Margaret Yntema motivated me, challenged me, and changed the way in which I saw the world. It was the first year that I read from the greatest of writers. I read Toni Morrison'sBlack Boy and Song of Solomon. I read the required reading, some of which was Herman Melville's Moby Dick. More writing personified, was when I read my most favorite piece by Hemingway that I first read when I was just 15 years old: A Clean, Well Lighted Place.
While allowing for such marvelous works of literature to resonate within your mind, one cannot help but to see life differently. I think about everything I ever saw, tasted, dreamt, and felt passion for. What do I want my legacy to be? What does the Holy Spirit really want me to know about myself; about this place on earth in which I reside?
In my 54th year on planet earth, I'd like to thank my mother for sending me for eight summers to the Art Institute of Chicago. Even though my family is disconnected, with some distance off in Cali, some in Chicago, and the southern portion of the U.S., I can still say that I've made it thus far. I now love and adore the southern portion of the U.S., and I'm currently studying the history of the southwestern Nevada. Who am I? Well, I think I'm a classy, introverted artistic, freelance writer, and web designer, who runs an ESL company. I love communicating with my students all across the globe, and I love all of my children and their children. I love and adore my little cuties. Thanks big world for all of the experiences thus far. In the photos I've place to the left, I'm telling you my wonderful experiences. Thanks for them all. Happy Birthday to me! Happy birthday Gia Benigni di Borgo!
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So, enjoy this video and compare the many accents in the video to ways in which you can view your own study of the English language. (Many of our students may hear the many dialects, (or accents), from the many different states that Amy is performing from the USA). - ESL Carnival Academy
Sometimes, America just has to laugh at itself. Here at the Academy, we love to take breaks from ESL teaching to acknowledge great comedians. Also, in keeping with our Carnival theme, we recognize when things are just too plain funny. Additionally, we have a couple of staff members whose birthday is April 1st - or April Fool's Day. Anyway, we'll miss Jon Stewart, although his humor is legendary. Here is Jon's recent ode to big American corporations who really "care" about Americans & the American diet. Love your jokes, Mr. Stewart!
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It's interesting in that we believe that total language immersion is the best way to improve your English, however, if it isn't the prime time for you to travel abroad we have an answer. You can immerse yourself in English and in international culture right in your own backyard. In the case for this past weekend, you can immerse yourself in the southeastern Europe's Bulgarian culture. If you live in the Nevada area, you're free to join the Las Vegas/Henderson ESL Group via ESL Carnival Academy. See here on information of how to join.
About the New Las Vegas/Henderson ESL Group:
Facts on Bulgaria: (Per Wikipedia)
Bulgaria occupies a portion of the eastern Balkan peninsula, bordering five countries--Greece and Turkey to the south, Macedonia and Serbia to the west, and Romania to the north. The land borders have a total length of 1,808 kilometres (1,123 mi), and the coastline has a length of 354 kilometres (220 mi). Its total area of 110,994 square kilometres (42,855 sq mi) ranks it as the world's 105th-largest country.Bulgaria's geographic coordinates are 43° N 25° E.
The most notable topographical features are the Danubian Plain, the Balkan Mountains, the Thracian Plain, and the Rhodope Mountains. The southern edge of the Danubian Plain slopes upward into the foothills of the Balkans, while the Danube defines the border with Romania. TheThracian Plain is roughly triangular, beginning southeast of Sofia and broadening as it reaches the Black Sea coast.
February 4, 2015
As promised, here is our 2015 English Second Language Academy Finalist. Russian George Ivanov. George is a junior high student in Moscow, Russia. He has been taking classes with ESL CARNIVAL ACADEMY for six, (6) months and has proven himself to be a very bright, creative, and upper-intermediate ESL student. After six months, George has moved to an advanced speaker of English. Read his article, "How Russian Students Can Speak English Better."
Congratulations, George Ivanov!
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By: George Ivanov
Hello! My name is George Ivanov and I am from Moscow, Russia. In this essay I will tell you the ways in which Russian students can speak English better. I will also explain to you some tools that you can use to help improve your English. Some of the ways you can improve your English is by:
1) Practicing 2-3 times a week with a tutor at ESL Carnival Academy
2) Practice you English on www.English-Test.net
3) Practice the best English game ever: “Warhammer 40,000”
(Each army has his own RULE book that you're able to translate. When you complete the translation you'll have a great book that has 500 translated pages).
4) Practice your English by playing English video game like "Destiny."
5) Practice to use your Russian Google translator often
You will ask me: How can I learn English George? In fact, I have learned how to speak English in many ways, but one of them is the one I like the most of all. I will tell you about it in a few moments.
One way you can learn English better is to have a personal tutor from the USA, UK or another native English speaking country. My Teacher Gia is from USA. We have lessons three times a week. I love learning English with a private tutor. This is really what’s interesting: we can go to different websites and I can take online tests and quizzes. So, I have a very good teacher.
A second way to learn is through a personal tutor who teaches English but is from Russia. My Russian’s teacher’s name was Mr. Bob. His teaching style was very boring, but it produced results. I had lessons for 5 years, so I know English very well.
A third way to learn English better is by taking a class at a school like “Language Link.” That was “not bad and not good.”
But I don’t like it, I HATE it.
I prefer the first two ways. So you can choose the right way for you.
What about the tools for learning English?
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We accept essay submissions from ESL Carnival Academy students. However, if you would like to submit a travel story to the Academy, please use the following guidelines below.
ESL Carnival Academy
Gia Benigni di Borgo
Best Writers Of 2015
Careers In Foreign Teaching
Carnival Twitter Competition
ESL Carnival Academy
ESL Carnival Marketing
Feature Writers 2016
Gia Benigni Di Borgo
Good Teachers Union
KC Chocolatier Of Chicago
Le Journal Litteraire
Literary Travel Writing
Starting A Business Abroad
The Great Wall
Trans Canada East Coast Trail
Writing Walking Women