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Thunderbird School of Global Mgmt. (MBA)
Institute of Culinary Education (Other)
My approach to learning English is based on the student's want, needs and desires. Once that is determined, I use an experiential, fun approach beyond the textbook. Everyday life experiences--walks in nature, preparing a meal, shopping at the grocery store, playing board games, watching a movie, discussing current events--help to develop confidence and proficiency in learning English. These experiences will be a major part of the learning process as well as occasional, short assignments.
I understand how it feels to live in a foreign country while trying to learn a language. I have spent 15 yrs. abroad in 4 countries and have taught English to Sony businessmen in Tokyo and employees of the Bank of Boston in the Dominican Republic. Teaching is a gift that I love. I have taught cooking classes as a professional chef, lessons in Ayurveda, the science of Life, as a Chopra certified Ayuveda instructor and worked with children for 23 years, in 3 different cities as a religious education teacher/volunteer.
If you are the type of person with a sense of adventure, who likes hands on learning, then learning English with me will be right for you.
My approach to learning English is based on the student's want, needs and desires. Once that is determined, I use an experiential, fun approach beyond the textbook. Everyday life experiences--walks in nature, preparing a meal, shopping at the grocery store, playing board games, watching a
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