Hoping this entry finds you well, I'm going to describe how is working in rural areas in my country: Chile (specifically in the south, the island from Chiloé). This island is 100% rural. It has beautiful landscapes, and the weather is very rainy. It highlights its mythology and the generosity of its people. The students are very well behaved and eager to learn the English language (I think this is because for the tourism in the island). They are very childish, in a good way, comparing to the cities. One of the problems in the island is that not everyone has Wi-Fi network, so teaching online through platforms like zoom was impossible the last year. I sent them worksheets and videos through whatsap, which is the main channel to communicate with the parents and the students. I did not teach complex content, but practical tasks. Like greetings, routines and cooking and food. Activities that they could do with their parents and by their own. My goal was that they could learn skills that would be useful for them in the future, using the material and resources from their homes. I taught students from 5th to 8th grade. This was a significant experience. It makes me realize that is necessary to bring qualified teachers to the rural areas.