7 years ago
#1
Dear friends,

Here is the deal. One of my friend who is a teacher too is about to start her home teacher’s business to teach English to little kids in her house (ESL education + a day care) with my participation. This business although being a trend in the country is rather new in our particular town. And we both are a little overwhelmed with what to get for a better teachers’ and students’ experience. So I would really appreciate if you could share your experience on arranging this kind of a home school. Like what is to be available in teaching rooms, which equipment is the most practical, what tools are indispensable for a home-based educator, which ESL books are considered the best in the industry or for you personally. Any contribution is appreciated as we want to start a perfect business to attract parents (clients) right at the outset.

Thanks for helping inexperienced teachers here!

Olga
7 years ago
#2
Have a look at http://genkienglish.net
you have to pay for the program but it's great for kids! It has posters to decorate your classroom with, games for you to print off and mount onto card, great songs etc.
Equipment would be a decent printer and a mini sound system, dice, counters, colouring stuff.
Best, Jemma




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