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Lydi Talks about Teaching English to Kids in Guanajuato, Mexico
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Lydi Talks about Teaching English to Kids in Guanajuato, Mexico

Lydian just finished her associate's degree. She's only 17 years old, but since we took up residence in Mexico, she wanted to get started working right away. She thought about freelancing as a writer or a graphic designer, but she wanted to do something that would help her meet people. So she's getting her TEFL certification and she got a job at a language school in Guanajuato, Mexico. In this video. She ...
Lydi Talks about Taking the Bus in Guanajuato, Mexico
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Lydi Talks about Taking the Bus in Guanajuato, Mexico

Public transportation is something that's uncommon in rural Nebraska, so it's taking some getting used to as Lydian finds her way back and forth from her classes in Guanajuato, Mexico. In this video, she talks about her experience finding the right bus that morning to take down to the Centro. Though she could walk to her classes, she can either take the tunnels (25 minutes) which are dark and dangerous for ...
Teaching English: Lecturing vs. Conversing in an English Class — By Lydian Shipp
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Teaching English: Lecturing vs. Conversing in an English Class — By Lydian Shipp

On Wednesday, I had another English class with the 20-something college student. It was my last one with him, which I was very grateful for. I didn’t find out it was my last one until after the class was over, but that was okay. It was good news.I’d been trying to work with him from a more interactive way for the first three lessons. I prefer to take this approach since it’s more fun (usually) and as a ...
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