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My native language is persian and I can speak English language properly, so if there is a student ill be happy to join your community.
My name is Barack Kadenyi.I am a diploma teacher.I studied at Islamic Teachers Training college in Mombasa Kenya.I have taught for three years since I completed my graduation. I use learner center method as my teaching style.
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Hi. My name is Djabarou. You can just call me Djab. My native language is French. I would be proud to help learn French, either you are beginner or not. I like teaching and I will be happy to talk to people from other countries
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Hi Guys, I"m Ricky the Kiwiprofesor - I"m a passionate Online Business English Coach from New Zealand - currently living in magical Colombia. I specialise in helping I.T. Professionals improve their English communication skills, confidence, and fluency - and improve their Careers. I have a degree in Psychology and the CELTA English Teaching certificate. I have lived in Colombia for the last 9 years, I also speak Spanish. I love to live a quiet natural life surrounded by plants and animals.
Hi! My name is Marynelle. I am a graduate of BS Psychology. I've been teaching for 6 months already. I've also worked in a Call Center Company in the Philippines and my recent job is a Banker. Teaching English is one of the things I enjoy the most. It gives me the opportunity to share my knowledge and be able to know the culture of others. It’s not only about grammars or making better sentences but it is also about chances to speak up and to be heard by others. I do believe that everyone can lea
ChimaUgokwe is a Nigerian writer. He taught in various schools in Nigeria and abroad. He is the author of the award-winning Igbo novel Iwe Nwanne Anaghi Eru n’Ọkpụkpụ, which won the ANA/ZIK Prize for Indigenous Literature and Folded Into Silence which won the Wordinaction International Prize for Drama, England. The 2015 Commonwealth Youth Fellow, he has won numerous awards in writing including Princess Hastrup Prize for The Best Researched Work, Nigeria 50 Stars @ 50 Award for Nigeria’s Golden Jubilee Anniversary; Rotary Club India Award for Excellence in Writing; 2010 Commonwealth Club London Award For Young Writers Achievers For The Nigeria’s Golden Jubilee; Pendlewar Poetry Writing Competitions, England and INDIAFRICA Awards. Described as 'Most Awarded Young African Writer' by Talbus Literary Magazine for winning over 36 awards before he turned 30, he is a recipient of the 2011 Ebedi Writer’s Fellow and 2018 Spanish Language Ambassador. He lives and work in Nigeria.
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Educated teacher in grammar school. Teaching Danish, English, Religion.
Hi there. My name is Bratislav, my English name is John, and I am from Europe. My major is International Political Sciences. I was teaching online for about a year and a half, but then I decided that I want to teach in China. So, I was teaching English in China for half a year. I always encourage my students to ask questions and to feel free to make mistake. Because you learn by making mistakes, right?
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Hello, I'm Renier. I am a final year (2018) language student at the University of Pretoria with my major in English and French. I also finished my first year in Northern Sotho and Latin, I did one semester of Medical terminology and one semester in Dutch. Furthermore, I did one year of Criminology at the University. My home language is Afrikaans. I am fairly new to teaching, but my approach is that the learner must be encouraged to speak, read and write as much as possible in order to practice the language, and I as the teacher, should then correct mistakes and suggest ways in which the student can improve their language capabilities. I believe the best way to create a positive learning experience for students is to apply language skills to subjects in which students have some form of interest so that curiosity drives them to study even outside of the classroom and live the language. As a teacher, I provide the language framework for the students to build upon. If the students have quarries they ask me and I help them. Being an avid reader, I encourage my students to read as much as possible, as this is not only one of the best ways to learn new vocabulary but also opens up new worlds of knowledge and enjoyment. I also love writing. I also edited ‘Let’s Explore Plants’ and am currently the editor for the ‘Gardenia’ children’s book series and I am currently translating said books into Afrikaans.
Greetings. I read with interest your posting for the job. I am Bachelors in Liberal Arts comprising of subjects English, Political Science, Economics and Psychology and have completed Masters in Psychology .I am Certified Cambridge CELTA English Language Trainer and have Advance Diploma in International TESOL/TEFL program with specialization in Business English Teachers Training. I have 7 years of progressive experience in the field of education.