Beijing Language and Culture University (Teaching Chinese)
Ohio University (Master's)
I have been tutoring English writing for almost two years at Ohio University, and I also taught English speaking class for one semester to speakers of other languages. At the same time, I am a Chinese teacher at Ohio University and have been teaching Chinese to college students here for two years. I am full of teaching and tutoring experience.
As I am a Chinese native speaker, I am not only bi-lingual but also bi-cultural. As I am an International master student studying in the States by myself, I can totally understand the multi-cultural teaching and learning environment. And I have been teaching students from different language background in both Chinese and ESL classes, so I indeed possess the sensitivity to diverse cultural backgrounds of staff and students. Every semester when I was making the syllabus, I would also make policies of students with special accommodations so as to give enough help and care if I encounter such situations. I love communicating with students and try my best to help them. It makes me feel achieved and happy!
I have been teaching Chinese since my undergraduate because my major for bachelor's degree is Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language. I also taught two years of Chinese at all different levels at Ohio University during my graduate study.
My major for my master's degree is TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages), and I have the TESOL certificate by Ohio University. I am an English academic writing tutor in ELIP (English Language Improvement Program) and also taught EFA (English For All) beginner class at Ohio University.
I have been tutoring English writing for almost two years at Ohio University, and I also taught English speaking class for one semester to speakers of other languages. At the same time, I am a … Read more
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