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5 Life Lessons I Learned from My Students While Teaching in South Korea

Sometimes as an ESL teacher, your students teach you more than you can teach them

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Before setting off to teach English in Korea for a year, I had never really spent a significant amount of time around children, especially little ones.




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Allison Burney

Allison Burney

Freelance writer & proofreader. My mission: keep exploring, learning & enjoying this adventure we call life. Inspiring you to do the same.

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