Teaching and Cultural Etiquette

One of the interesting aspects and challenges of teaching ESL is learning the cultural etiquette and customs of your students’ countries. These differences are useful to know and are very interesting. They are helpful to me. One common misunderstanding that I had was that some of my students would not look at me directly when I taught. I thought they were bored. I learned though, that in their culture, looking directly at the teacher or an older person was a sign of disrespect.

This will be an ongoing series that I will write from time to time. I’ve created a page for this information. Click here to read.

About acohen843

I am a writer and ESL teacher who enjoys the challenge of starting businesses. Currently, I am a JuicePlus distributor (www.acohentakesjuiceplus.com) who is using this business opportunity as the foundation of a social entrepreneurship project.
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