Camille Turner

Camille is a content marketing editor and writer, specializing in the language industry. Her love for language and experiencing other cultures has taken her around the globe, and she has taught English abroad both in the classroom and online. When not working or traveling, she can be found spending time with her family or — when not chasing after her toddler — cozying up with a good book!

Posts by Camille

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How to Get a Job Teaching Adults English Online or Abroad

Looking to trade in your puppets and stickers for mock interview scripts and email templates? Find out how you can get a job teaching adults English online or in person.

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13 Easy ESL Icebreakers to Get Your Students Talking

Whether starting the first day with a bang or re-energizing students throughout the term, ESL icebreakers get students moving, build confidence, and set the tone for the class. We share how to effectively use these ESL icebreakers in your class.

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10 Best Places to Teach English Abroad in 2022

Is teaching abroad on your bucket list? Even if your travel plans were temporarily sidelined last year by the coronavirus, you can still start planning your 2022 TEFL adventure now at one of the best places to teach English abroad around the globe.

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ESL Vocabulary Games for Teaching In-Person and Online

When it comes to teaching ESL vocabulary, no one wants to hand out huge word lists and ask students to silently memorize them. Instead, teachers know the value of using engaging and fun activities to help students recall new English words. Let’s look at five ESL vocabulary games you can use in the virtual or […]

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How to Create ESL Lesson Plans for TEFL + Top Sites to Find Free Ones!

A planned, structured TEFL lesson guides your curriculum as a teacher and provides measurable objectives for students. Let’s take a look at the components of effective plans, how to write your own, and top sites for finding free ESL lesson plans.

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How to Write a TEFL Cover Letter (With Sample)

A TEFL cover letter conveys your enthusiasm for a position and demonstrates your qualifications for the job, but it can also fill in gaps on your resume and let your personality shine through!

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Can I Teach English Online With No Degree? 

Yes, it’s absolutely possible! We’ll share some online English tutoring companies that hire teachers without bachelor’s degrees, give you tips for standing out when applying to jobs, and even offer alternative avenues for teaching online.

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How to Teach English With Limited Resources: Tips, Strategies, and More!

Have to teach English with limited resources? Don’t worry! You can still deliver exciting and effective lessons, and you might even become a creative teacher along the way. A teacher in Colombia shares what she’s learned.

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Professional Development for ESL Teachers – 8 Ways to Boost Your Resume

Professional development for ESL teachers is sometimes overlooked, but it’s important if you want to grow as a teacher and become more marketable for jobs. Here are 8 ways to up your professional development game.

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What’s a Marketplace for Teaching English Online and Should I Use One?

If you’re thinking of teaching English online, you may have considered working for a company or even starting your own tutoring business – but there’s a sweet spot in the middle of those two options, which is the marketplace for online teachers and students.

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