Samuel Moukaila G.
SUMMARY OF SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Have an extended experience in teaching French language in various institutions abroad and in United States since eighteen years. Conduct classroom instruction involving a broad and diverse range of domains. Integrate language skills which require different instructional mode of presentation, practice, and evaluation. Analyze student test performance and provide feedback. Determine daily achievable objectives for each lesson, to promote understanding of the content matter. Write lesson plans that clearly state daily and hourly objectives for each lesson. Inspire and elicit student curiosity, interest, and performance modern language teaching methods than lecturing. Able to tutor struggling students after class and on week-end as needed. Share valuable cultural information to make learning experience meaningful.
-Skilled to use classroom technology such as computer, smart board, internet and others.
-Ability to instruct students in speaking fluently, reading perfectly, writing accurately, and understand perfectly French language.
-Capacity to translate from English to French and vice-versa.
-Language: French, English and two African languages (Ewe, Kotokoli).
February –May 2008 North Carolina Central University Durham, NC
TitleIII French Tutor, Academic support center
•Provided learning experience to students struggling in class
•Reviewed briefly materials already and help student understanding what was taught.
•Reinforced concepts through specific exercises and activities(speaking, reading and writing)
•Helped student increase learning, class participation, self- confidence through regular feedback.
•Assisted students in doing their homework or writing presentation or research paper in French.
July 2009- October 2010 MILANGUAGES a Private Language Contractor Fort Bragg NC
French Language Instructor
•Provide daily and instruction and tutoring to special force personnel
•Evaluate and assign grade after formal assessment.
•Provide counsel and feedback on their performance.
•Assigned extra work to low ability students to help improve their performance in all the skills.
•Participate to periodic teacher forum for professional development.
•Participated in role-playing to examine soldiers’ language proficiency prior to deployment.
•Maintained the confidentiality of privileged information.
•Managed classroom in order to encourage learning and students’ full participation during lessons.
November 2010- Present Special Forces Educational Group (SWEG) Fort Bragg NC
Language Training Instructor (French)
•Conduct classroom instruction on daily basis, including diverse range of content domain
•Integrate language skills requiring different instructional mode for presentation, practice and evaluation.
Apply teaching techniques and approach in accordance with SWEG’s guiding principle and Instructional Certification Course standards.(interactive, task based and with multiple outcome)
•Tailor instruction materials to the learning style and to the dynamic of the particular classroom and the needs of individual students.
Analyze students’ test results and provided feedback.
•Select, develop, and adapt a wide variety of language learning materials for presentation, practice, and evaluation
•Serve as French language instructor, academic specialist on foreign language teaching
•Train other team members in techniques and methods of instruction in field of foreign language.
•Perform other duties as assigned.
April 2010, Instructional Certification Course (ICC), Defense Language Institute (DLI).
May 2008, Teaching Licensure Program, North Carolina Central University, Durham, NC.
July 1998, Juris Doctor Degree, University of Lomé, Republic of Togo, (West Africa).
October 1991, Baccalaureate with emphasis on French Literature and Philosophy, Togo (West Africa)