University of XinJiang, China (English)
University of Nanking, China (Master's)
My ethnicity is Uyghur, Turk. However, because of the fact that my country is an autonomous region of China and Chinese is the official language there, I can speak and write both Chinese and Turkish, as well as Uyghur fluently. I was an English professor at a well known university in Xinjiang for 15 years, I also have experience teaching Uyghur and Chinese at the University of London and The University of Indiana.
I obtained my TESOL teaching certificate in Washington D.C. and taught ESL classes there as well as in Georgia, I have also tutored ESOL and Chinese independently to students in England and America.
With both English and Chinese, I have a very strategic way of teaching grammar and vocabulary, which will ensure fantastic results combined with your cooperation.
You will not be required to buy text books for I already have prepared materials and you will be guaranteed the result you are looking for. My ethnicity is Uyghur, Turk. However, because of the fact that my country is an autonomous region of China and Chinese is the official language there, I can speak and write both Chinese and Turkish, as well as Uyghur fluently. I was an English professor at a well known university in Xinjiang for 15 years, I also have experience teaching Uyghur
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I am very experienced in teaching how to cook Chinese and Turkish food. I did some private classes before among some of friends. Most of my friends learned really fast since I taught them practically. It is not hard to learn if you find the right teacher.
I have been teaching ESL as my career. I got my BA degree in English language and literature in Xijiang University and I got my TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) Certificate here in America. If necessary, I can send the copy of the certificate.
I would like to say that Turkish is almost my mother tongue. It sounds very similar with my native language,Uyghur Turkish. When I was in London University as a visiting scholar, I worked with my Turkish supervisor Dr. Rona and did a lot of research about Turkish and Uyghurlanguage. I also published some articles by comparing the grammar and sentence structure of these two languages. I believe that with my knowledge and experience, I could teach Turkish language well.