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Donetsk National University (English Language)
I have been teaching in New York City in adult education programs for over 15 years. I hold a master’s degree in English Language and Literature as well as a Private Career School Full Teacher License issued by the New York State Department of Education license to teach ESL, general academic subjects, office skills, management and marketing at private career schools valid until February of 2017.
Coming from a non-English speaking country where English was not the language of communication, I have profound understanding of and sensitivity toward the challenges faced by learners of English in a multi-lingual classroom and a culturally diverse city. Coupled with the ability to understand the regulations, reporting procedures, and administrative policies and duties has earned me a promotion to the ESL Department Coordinator.
I have specific experience teaching and adapting Business English (both written and spoken), Career Development/Preparation, Client Relations course content to meet students’ immediate language needs as well as their long-term professional goals.
ESL/ESOL, ENGLISH GRAMMAR, WRITING, SPEAKING
Native Russian speaker with extensive teaching experience
I am passionate about the language and will make sure that each of mine students achieves his/her educational goals. I have been teaching in New York City in adult education programs for over 15 years. I hold a master’s degree in English Language and Literature as well as a Private
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