Lessons may take place
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Queensland University of Technology
Teaching Students who have Suffered Complex Trauma, July 2020;
Tutor for children University courses Native speaker For beginners Grammar To the interview in the embassy Specialized courses А1-А2 (Beginner, Elementary) B1-B2 (Intermediate) GMAT, GRE test Basic level Common entrance GSCE Check point IB BECE IGCSE WAEC NECO UTME SAT IELTS TOEFL SSS Level Undergraduates Adults
I also hold an Advanced TEFL/TESOL Certificate from Global Language Training, London, including Teaching Adults and Teaching Young Learners.
I have a certificate in Teaching Students who Suffered Complex Trauma from Queensland University of Technology.
I'm a result-oriented individual with a proven skill set in relating effectively with excellent oral and written communication skill. I have the ability to effectively and efficiently coordinate activities utilizing innovative, dynamic and pedagogical means.
I teach lessons appropriate to the level of the students in that class. I believe that lesson materials should be adapted (or "differentiated") where possible to suit students with specific learning needs, whether they are stronger in some areas, or weaker. I take cognizance of the age of my students and give appropriate tasks for that age group.
I believe that a lesson shouldn't lose its pace, and should contain a variety of tasks, so I always ensure that while teaching, I don't let the lesson lose its pace, and I'm always prepared to move tasks around, add things to my plan or remove things if I feel I need to.
My classes are usually activity based and student centered. I employ both visual and audio methodologies for different categories of learners. I use instructional materials to make my lessons interactive and enriching.