I enjoy interactive based lessons myself as a student and implement tasks that keep my learners engaged with the subject. I prefer discussion based tasks as this is very important for English students because it helps stimulate useful and creative ideas.
I am an English Language and Literature graduate and a newly qualified ESOL teacher. As part of my CELTA training, I have been teaching upper-intermediate learners and pre-intermediate learners for the last 6 months. I have rigorously been trained to prepare lessons with the appropriate material for the level being taught. I always ensured I observed my learners well enough to understand their individual needs, anticipate any problems and prepare solutions for classroom management. I would encourage my learners to practice what they learnt in class by providing them a follow task to implement their knowledge and consolidate it outside the classroom. I have also tutored 14-18 year olds at a tuition centre in Birmingham for 3 months; I taught English language and literature to GCSE and A-level students from which I gained more experience and confidence to teach. I would prepare and plan the topic focus for each lesson the week before and prepare new methods and perspectives to understand English language and literature within the confines of their syllabus. To further enhance their skills and help prepare them for assessments and exams, I would assign them essays to write at home and bring in the following week to mark. I am able to assist university students with their assignments and exam revision as I used to do this too whilst studying my degree as well as GCSE to A level students.
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I am an ebullient individual with a strong passion for a career in education. As a speaker of three languages, I have always been intrigued by the many modes of human interaction via language. Studying English at university has allowed me to explore the wisdom behind language and become conscious of the different ways in which it governs our society and others.I have developed my critical analytic skills and interpersonal communication skills, both of which are invaluable skills to have in academia. I have developed my ability to carry out large sums of various research whilst managing multiple deadlines. In previous experiences I adapted quickly to any role ascribed to me because of my friendly demeanour and ability to instantly establish a rapport with colleagues and customers.
CELTA (Certificate in English Language Teaching to Adults) Cambridge University Accredited 2018-2019
This course has rigorously trained me to teach English Language to speakers of other languages. This has developed my understanding of the English language; furthermore it has taught me how to plan and research lessons for different teaching contexts in detail.
Upper Second-Class Honours English Language and Literature (BA) Coventry University 2014-2018
I found my course very stimulating and it has heightened my interests in this subject area as well as my spoken and written communications skills.
Language and Linguistics: analysing and exploring the connection between the nature of language and the nature of human beings.
Literature: studying different literary phenomenons through a historical and sociological lense and its relevance to contemporary literature.
Dissertation: (The Significance of the Somali Oral Tradition: An Analysis of Pervasive Rhetoric’s of Identity in Somali Lyrics). Researching different historical periods, literary frameworks, the language in lyrics and establishing a pattern whilst exploring it within the confines of the syllabus.
Key areas studied during my degree include:
Critical Discourse Analysis, Language in the New Media Age, Psycholinguistics, Stylistics, Sociolinguistics, Contemporary Fiction, Shakespeare Today, Approaches to Literature, Project Dissertation
Extra Modules: Beginner’s Mandarin, Beginner’s Arabic, Beginner’s Spanish, Turkish for a University Conference in Turkey.
2012-2014 Stantonbury Campus 4 A-Levels: A*-D Sports,Extended Project Qualification,Sociology, English Language/Literature
2007-2012 Stantonbury Campus 11 GCSEs: A*D Including Maths, Science and English.
2018-2019 Teaching English as a Foreign Language to Adults Coventry University:
As part of my CELTA training, I taught upper-intermediate for the first semester and pre-intermediate for the second
I Completed 120 hours of observations and teaching
Developing language analysis and awareness skills
Tailoring lesson plans with specific aims and focus on a language skill: reading, writing, listening and speaking
Selecting appropriate material or sometimes adapting by creating content, designing materials and activities
2018 Falcon Education Lang/Lit English Tutor for A-Level and GCSE Students:
Researching different exam boards and tailoring lesson plans to the exam board each students’ school followed
Improving areas that students’ struggled with in school
Helping students’ prepare for exams and assessments by revising what they learn at school and advancing their knowledge by preparing new material
Providing extra learning material to use for revision
Providing new methods to approach
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