In the past few months, I worked as an ESL instructor in Nationalities Service Center where English was taught to ESL learners who are new immigrants with varying linguistic and cultural backgrounds. This position enables me to create innovative lesson plans, develop interactive language activities and conduct detailed student evaluations. My language classes have always been tailored to my students’ needs.
In my second year at college, I organized and participated in a volunteer teaching program that served over 150 primary school children. Those children all came from impoverished families, and they could barely afford new textbooks or stationery. Their enthusiasm for learning reminds me that teaching is significant, because having access to good education means life-changing opportunities for those children. This teaching experience makes me realize that every child deserves to be treated equally and generously in the classroom.
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