Shot in a dim bar over a couple of Maker’s Marks on ice, this is an interview with a friend of mine who has taught English in Japan for two years.
“Go with an very open mind, because you are going to meet people that will confuse you, will baffle you, will try to perplex you,” he begins. Hilarity ensues.
This is part of an ongoing series of short interviews asking for “one piece of advice” for English teachers going abroad to teach.
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This just came up in my Google Reader today, and I had to pass it on to you. The robots are coming to take over your classroom. Resistance is futile: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2010/12/telepresence-teachers-in-korean-classrooms-to-increase-next-year/
Alex Pickett says:
Oh yes, I heard about this. I’m planning on blogging it soon. It’s hard to take seriously, but it is a real news story!
I’m sensing a bit of resentment in his voice. Right on brotha!