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    Arrow New Here!

    Hello,

    Ive got a million + Qs on teaching and urgency for teaching tips, but before I start bombarding the forums with Qs, I thought Id introduce myself : ).

    I just joined the forums, after coming to it whilst surfing the net. Im glad I found a forum specifically for teaching English. I just recently started teaching.... well only about 5 months...so still quite a newbie here.

    I grew up in New York and had my schooling there. I dont have a degree yet, I guess I'm still debating on which Uni to get into or which diploma course to do. Currently Im living in Dhaka, Bangladesh (back here with my mum) and am teaching English to Class 5-6. Let's just say I'll be needing loads of help!

    Hope to benefit from the forums, and hope to contribute as much as I can.

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    Re: New Here!

    Quote Originally Posted by Striving2Teach View Post
    Hello,

    Ive got a million + Qs on teaching and urgency for teaching tips, but before I start bombarding the forums with Qs, I thought Id introduce myself : ).

    I just joined the forums, after coming to it whilst surfing the net. Im glad I found a forum specifically for teaching English. I just recently started teaching.... well only about 5 months...so still quite a newbie here.

    I grew up in New York and had my schooling there. I dont have a degree yet, I guess I'm still debating on which Uni to get into or which diploma course to do. Currently Im living in Dhaka, Bangladesh (back here with my mum) and am teaching English to Class 5-6. Let's just say I'll be needing loads of help!

    Hope to benefit from the forums, and hope to contribute as much as I can.
    Welcome!

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    Re: New Here!

    Greetings from Arizona!

    Name's "Lynque" (as in chain--; old college nickname), retired from high school; now keeping the hand in with 101 sections at community college.

    Glad to be here!
    Last edited by Lynque; 05-Mar-2007 at 03:51.

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    Re: New Here!

    Welcome, Lynque and Striving.

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    Re: New Here!

    Hello to all: I live in Istanbul, Turkey on an Island called "Buyukada". I moved here from the US 2 months ago. I just started teaching English as hobby, I realized that I realy like teaching. I have adult students who are dying to learn to speak English.

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    Re: New Here!

    Are they making good progress?

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    Re: New Here!

    do allover get on well here?

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    Re: New Here!

    hi buyuk ada!
    i m new here too.why did u come to turkey from usa? for work ?i just wonder.i m an english teacher too.i live in turkey too.i just start teaching this year and teaching is really enjoyable and u feel different things.and teaching needs specific skills.

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