Example Spaced Learning Lesson
Say I wanted to teach a lesson on the differences between “would” and “could.” Here’s how my lesson might look:
Step 1 (15 minutes): Use the whiteboard to explain the official grammar rules.
Step 2 (5 minutes): Take a break to watch a video on the coffee culture of Seattle. (Yep, nothing to do with the grammar, just for fun.)
Step 3 (15 minutes): Review differences between “would” and “could” quickly. Take a short fill-in-the-blank quiz.
Step 4 (10 minutes): Play an easy improv game in English. (Also nothing to do with the grammar.)
Step 5 (15 minutes): Do a real-life role play situation involving “would” and “could.” You could choose a restaurant or work situation, depending on what best serves your students.
During my 9 months stay in Asia, I volunteered at a local school and shared my knowledge in the language of speaking English; this gave me an understanding of how to express things diplomatically and tactfully. I realised that education is something I believe deeply in, but it takes a unique passion to bring life to the subjects you are teaching. Being passionate about your subject area is also important when you teach. For instance, I realised that my students really enjoyed the lessons on my home country because I was passionate to share my language and culture with them. Seeing a shy student start to come out of her shell , after trying many tactics, gave me such a drive and realisation of how important and rewarding it is to be patient with children – because not only will it pay off in the long-run, it is truly an amazing achievement. The way I see the world has changed dramatically, and I have a whole new appreciation for the profession that many take for granted.
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Criminology graduate with experience of working with people of all ages. Committed and a motivated person, strong communication, team work and organisational skills. Able to collect, analyse and construe qualitative and quantitative data. Seeking a career in organisations involved with working with people from all backgrounds off all ages.
2015 – 2018 University of Sunderland - BA (Hons) in Criminology (2:1)
2014-2014 Sunderland College - Fast Track Access to Higher Education
2011- 2013 Sunderland College, Bede Campus
BTEC Level 3 Extended Diploma in IT – Achieved MM (Equivalent to A-level BB)
2006 - 2011 Thornhill School (Sunderland)
GCSE’s in BTEC Science, Mathematics, English Language, Fine Arts, Computer Graphics and Business Studies
Employment History / Work Experience
Santander – June 2018 – (Present)
Job Title – PPI Case handler (contract)
• Analysing and gathering data.
• Help the insurer investigate the claim to ensure it is genuine.
• Ensuring a fair settlement and good customer service for the client.
• Dealt tactfully with customer concerns, complaints and queries.
Amaani Cuisine - December 2017
Job Title – Restaurant manager
• Handling customer queries and complaints ensuring this is managed in a satisfactory manner.
• Liaising with the senior management over the quality and effectiveness of marketing materials used with possible action plans provided.
• Inventory management, liaising with both front of house and the kitchen team ensuring that sufficient stock levels are maintained at all times.
• Performing cash reconciliations and banking duties.
• Whilst working within this role I have had the opportunity to develop excellent communication skills working in a pressurised and time constraint business environment. The role has given me the opportunity to lead a team successfully and work effectively on an individual basis.
Phones4U (Temporary) – December 2014
Job Title – Sales Adviser
• Work as part of a large busy team. I provide support to the team on the shop floor, this helps to create a good atmosphere for customers.
• The ability to use IT systems
• Sell High class products with additional extras
Newcastle Mela - September 2012
Role – Events Organiser
Al-Rahman Welfare Project - August 2015
Role – Charity Organiser/Fundraiser
Ishakpur Public High School (International) - August 2016
Role – English Teacher
• Team Work
• Very well Composed
• Problem solving and analytical skills
• Good communication skills both written and verbal
• Listening skills
• Customer focused
• Optimistic mind-set
• Good punctuality
Competent in Information technology with the ability to use Microsoft office applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Also fluent in English and Bengali.
References available on request.
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