Posts Tagged: A Blog Abroad

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Sherlock Holmes "The Final Problem" Easy Reader

An intermediate Easy Reader version of “The Final Problem” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, which can be used with younger readers or ESL students.

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The Credit Card Files: Samsung Card

Information on the internet about foreigners getting a credit card in Korea is conflicting, so we’re putting Samsung Card to the foreign application test.

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Australia: Day Four – There’s nothing like this bear (It’s not a bear)

We all saw this one coming, didn’t we. I finally encounter the koala, and manage to not have a Kristen Bell moment.

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Australia: Day One – In Antidote Form

It’s winter in August, Australian food is rich, and shopping is awesome. All things I discovered within my first 12 hours in Australia.

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Preparing for Summer Camp

My theory with summer camp (and all my lessons, really) is go big or go home.

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The 400 Facebook Likes Giveaway!

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A Blog Abroad hit 400 likes on Facebook! To celebrate that, and summer, we’re doing a K-Pop Summer Fan giveaway!

You’ve got 24 hours left! Some of these fans have only one or two applications, so it’s totally worth trying for them! :D

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The 400 Facebook Likes Giveaway!

A Blog Abroad hit 400 likes on Facebook! To celebrate that, and summer, we’re doing a K-Pop Summer Fan giveaway!

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The Hardest Lesson I’ve Taught

How exactly do you explain to your students that some of their culture’s beliefs is actually seen as racism to the rest of the world? Carefully.

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U-Kiss Fan Chants – Believe

The romanization of the fan chant for “Believe”, U-Kiss’ June 2012 release.

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It’s an Asian Invasion!! Maybe. - A Blog Abroad

My two cents on the sudden surge of k-pop activity in North America, and if people will even pay attention.