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Millersville University (Anthropology)
Azusa Pacific University (Master's)
I have been teaching English as a Second Language for the past 10 years. I first began teaching at the prestigious Jeju Foreign Language High School in South Korea. At JFLHS I developed and implemented curriculum for teaching English conversation, listening, writing and culture. After teaching there for two years I returned home to take a position as Academic Manager of Kaplan Aspect, Philadelphia. At Kaplan, I managed the academics for a large General English Language and Test Prep Program. In 2008, I married my husband (who is South Korean) and returned back to South Korea to work for Samsung Global Management Institute as a Business English Instructor. At Samsung, I had the opportunity to prepare senior level executives of the highest caliber for international management positions. This included teaching them cross-cultural business and daily communication skills to ensure their success in their impeding assignments.
I have since returned to the U.S. where I teach various Business and General English courses at the University of Pennsylvania. As a language educator I seek to provide my learners with a positive and stimulating environment by delivering refined curriculum to meet their needs. I have been teaching English as a Second Language for the past 10 years. I first began teaching at the prestigious Jeju Foreign Language High School in
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