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Teaching EFL in a KindergartenTeaching EFL in a kindergarten – the thought strikes fear in some people and in others (such as myself) it screams life, fun, energy, excitement, games, joy and a rewarding job! In the following essay, I will draw on my personal work experience to argue the pros and cons of ‘Teaching EFL in a Kindergarten.’ Let’s begin by taking a step inside a Korean Kindergarten Hagwon or english academy with monolingual students. Students at a Kindergarten are usually young and lively (energetic), with short attention spans (never been in a classroom setting and/or have never been to school before), and sometimes exhibit poor behavior/s (from either boredom or a diagnosed mental illness or learning disability). Picture 8-12 smiling adorable faces (students age 4-6 years old) sitting at desks (usually too big for them), ready for the day ahead. Firstly – it’s fun! That is, teachers and students’ should have fun learning everyday. Some fun activities I have experienced when teaching EFL in a Kindergarten are: field trips, festivals and the opportunity to teach english in different contexts (for example, cooking). Thus, teachers are required to draw upon their creative lesson planning skills in order to make learning english fun. As a teacher