My teaching methods are varied depending on the level of the student I'm teaching. I can teach grammar if that is what is needed, or I can teach conversational English if that is preferred. I have 1000 of different lessons plans I can change to fit who I'm teaching!
I've been working as an ESOL teacher for six years. I've taught all ages - from first year primary school to university to professional adults. I've taught 1000s of students in South Korea and most recently taught at one of the top universities in Busan, South Korea. I hold a CELTA degree with a high pass rate.
Published work: CELTA 2012 – Pass B
AUT University, New Zealand
Bachelor of Communication Studies (majoring in Journalism) 2006 – 2008.
University Exchange to the Danish School of Journalism in Aarhus, Denmark 2007
Epsom Girls Grammar School (2000-2004)
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1. Pukyong National University - 부경대학교, Busan, South Korea
English Language Instructor from March 1st 2015 to August 2017
Prepare engaging and exciting English conversation classes at one of Busan's top universities.
Teach a selection of different classes - ranging from Practical English for Nursing to Public Speaking and Presentation Classes.
Prepare multiple classes per week that include many different types of English skills.
Regularly lead extracurricular activities and English camps.
Volunteer for English Zone and other conversation classes that involve interacting with the students.
2. Dongbaek Elementary School, Pusan City, South Korea
Guest English Teacher from August 2012 –February 2015
Dae Ryong Middle School March 2011 - March 2012
Assist Korean teachers with their English classes and jointly conduct English class with Korean teachers, and lead extracurricular activities or English camps.
Features Writer/ Reporter at Franklin County News March 2009 – 2011
• Providing a high standard and acceptable quantity of copy for news pages of FCN.
• Providing acceptable copy for news pages, advertising features, read advertisements.
• Taking appropriate photographs
• Coming up with ideas and develop stories in consultation with the editor.
Danish School of Journalism July 2007 – December 2007
I attended the Danish School of Journalism in my second year of study. I travelled all over Europe, writing news stories as I went. My final assignment was a feature on orphanages and the orphans living in them in Lithuania in Eastern Europe
• Personable, quick to adjust, enthusiastic, energetic, driven, warm natured, kind, driven, hard-working, goal orientated, excited.
• Writing (Blogging – I began blogging in South Korea!) As well as writing for English websites in Korea. Links to blog and published articles available on request.
Socialising and meeting new people.
Staying active. Running, Gym etc.
Foreign Teacher Coordinator
Language Education Center
Pukyong National University, Busan
+82 10 9182 8205
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