Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries (Theology)
I have been tutoring Korean students in the English language in the Philippines for about six years. There are two reasons for this. One is because I love to teach. I discovered this love for teaching while I was in seminary. Secondly, this is a way for me to support others. My wife and I have been ministering to impoverished children in the Philippines for about a year now. About a tenth of what I make goes to ministries as this.
Most of my tutoring experience has been through the internet. It was either through video or telephone. Many students desired practicing English through conversation. Others desired help with grammar, sentence structure, vocabulary, and pronunciation. I have helped students with tests such as OPIc (Oral Proficiency Interview - computer) and TOIEC (Test of English for International Communication). I also have had experience with class rooms and one on one teaching. In addition, I have a TESOL (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages) certificate from Asian Center for Missions in Makati City, Metro Manila, Philippines
As a teacher, I want to make sure that my students' time and money are not wasted. Accordingly, I expect that students are prepared to learn. I will be willing to do my best to meet your expectations if I can. If I can not, I will let you know. At the same time, if I make the effort to meet your expectations, I request that you as the student also make the effort to meet mine. This means being on time and doing your part of listening, studying, and doing your homework. If there is a reason you cannot be in class, or you cannot do any assignment, please inform me about four (4) hours in advance so that I can make necessary arrangements.
If you are interested, we can have our first meeting in a safe, central location to discuss future tutoring sessions and any other concerns you may have.
I hope that I can be of service to you, and I look forward to helping you in the future. Thank you for your time. I have been tutoring Korean students in the English language in the Philippines for about six years. There are two reasons for this. One is because I love to teach. I discovered this love for teaching while I was in seminary. Secondly, this is a way for me to support others. My wife and I have been ministering to impoverished children in the
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I have a BS in Theology from Asian Seminary of Christian Ministries in Makati, Philippines. I have ministered as a youth pastor in Lighthouse Christian Community - Pasay, Philippines for five years. I have also preached once a month at the same church for five years. I have overseen Jesus' Garden Kid's Ministry and Lighthouse Christian Community - Bacoor, Philippines for one year and five months. I have also preached there once a month for one year and five months.