If you are not familiar with the term ‘teaching unplugged’, you should read this, Scott Thornbury’s excellent article from 2001.
I arrived in Brazil in May 2006, and after some time waiting for my work visa, I started looking for teaching work. I was lucky enough to be introduced to Sara Walker (have a look at her CV and you see what I mean by lucky), who kindly made a couple of phone calls to help push me in the right direction. One of those phone calls led to my first contracted teaching job, which I’ll write about at some point in the future, and the second, to the boss of a language school, led more immediately to my first lesson. Continue reading “How I accidentally started my teaching career unplugged”