Read about teachers' experiences around the world. Some of the letters provide an overview of the situation for English teachers in a country, some give a more individual look at teaching. Some are written by local teachers, some by visiting teachers and some by visitors who have become local.
These letters go back over several years, over much of the life of onestopenglish. If we published your letter before, please look back at it; maybe you could write again and tell people how your life has changed. If teaching life in a country has changed since someone wrote their letter, why don't you tell people what has happened.
Please write to the web editor with your letters, comments and replies. We will award a book prize for each letter we publish. Thank you for taking part in building this fascinating resource for teachers.
Inside Teachers' letters
A collection of teachers’ letters from Africa.
A collection of teachers’ letters from Asia.
A collection of teachers’ letters from Australia.
A collection of teachers’ letters from Europe.
A collection of teachers’ letters from Latin America.
A collection of teachers’ letters from the Middle East.
A teacher’s letter from North America.
Onestopenglish collaborates with the Guardian Weekly to bring you interviews with teachers teaching in interesting and challenging environments.
A selection of general teachers’ letters.