TEACH ENGLISH

The goal at Shane English School is for our students to improve their English and to develop the ability to speak, write, and understand English with confidence. Compared with more traditional schools, our teaching methods encourage students to think in English and use it naturally. 

ARE YOU A TEACHER?

Learn more about teaching English at Shane English Schools.

Teaching Methods

Shane English School’s teaching methods include both time-tested principles and the latest in educational theory and pedagogy.

Teaching Materials

As part of the Saxoncourt Group, Shane English School has is own curriculum optimised for its teaching outcomes and style.

Why Teach at Shane English School?

Shane English School has a lot to offer its teachers. From professional development to long-term career opportunities, find out why teachers love Shane.

Teaching Tips Blog

Your Ultimate Guide to No-Prep EFL Activities and Games

Your Ultimate Guide to No-Prep EFL Activities and Games

Most (if not all) EFL teachers know the importance of incorporating games and activities in their learning English as a Foreign Language classrooms, and beyond that, it is crucial to have at least a handful of no-prep activities and games in your hat.Why, you may...

Games That Help the Development of Pre-Reading and Writing Skills

Games That Help the Development of Pre-Reading and Writing Skills

Students will soon be in classrooms, learning reading and writing, basic skills needed for education. Some do it smoothly and without problems, and some struggle and make mistakes. Learning to read and write begins long before going to school. Preparations have lasted...

The Differences Between Teaching Live and Teaching Online

The Differences Between Teaching Live and Teaching Online

Teaching, according to Britannica is “the profession of those who give instruction especially in an elementary or a secondary school or in a university”.  Teaching is a significant job that helps create an impact on the lives of others and its history can be traced to...

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