You’ll need to pack a little extra patience with you when you make the journey to Shanghai, especially if you don’t speak Chinese.
You’ll quickly learn the ropes once you’re here and develop a daily routine.(For instance, I now know where to get the best coffee!And that’s important.) I’ve written about what life was like my first scary yet comical day in China.If you want to know what it’s like being a Westerner walking around China for the first time, check it out here.She made the incredible leap from the vast expanses of Alaska to the big city life of Shanghai. I love being outdoors, especially in the mountains, and I love to travel. I have to admit, teaching young children was scary at first, but I have since shed that nervousness and now really enjoy it.It allows me to let me be the goofy self that I keep hidden from the world.
Where else could I jump around singing about hamburgers and bananas? What advice can you give to new teachers interested in teaching in Shanghai?
If you’re nervous about teaching in Shanghai, don’t worry too much!
Prince William is hobbies ara playing footbal and swimming.
His full name is William Arthur Phillip Lousi Windsor. His grandmother is the Queen of England, Queen Elizabeth!
Reach To Teach is back again with another teacher interview for our readers. My name is Haley and I am teaching English in Shanghai to tiny and incredibly cute Chinese children.
This time we spoke to Haley Williams who is currently teaching young children in Shanghai, China with her boyfriend. Before moving to China, I lived and studied earth science in Alaska. When I first came to Shanghai I got the obligatory, “Oh no, what have I gotten myself into” feeling.