Baccalaureate's degree with honor in Experimental Science -2011
Bachelor’s degree in English Didactics and Literature at Chadli Bendjedid University -2014
Master’s degree in English Didactics and Literature at Chadli Bendjedid University -2016
Algeria (2016 - 2018)
High School Teacher of English
I have worked directly with first and second year students to improve their overall English language efficiency.
I have guided my students to master the 4 pillars of the language (reading, listening, speaking, and writing).
Also, one of my main priorities was to enrich their vocabulary list, so they could use the language at more ease and at a higher level of proficiency.
Middle School Teacher of English
I have taught both first and third year students and helped them acquire the language naturally by using examples from real life situations.
I have also focused on improving their pronunciation and spelling skills.
Vietnam (2018 – Current time)-(Ha Long, Quảng Ninh Province, Vietnam.)
I am currently teaching IELTS once per week for a total number of 7 students at New Sky Center in Ha Long city, Vietnam.
Teaching English at Hon Gai High School
I have taught English for both grade 10 and grade 11 for almost a month.
My lessons included the use of PowerPoint materials (Audio/Video/ and Pictures).
Teaching English at Bai Chay Primary and Secondary School
Secondary Teacher of English
I am currently teaching grade 6, grade 7, and grade 8 at Bai Chay Secondary School.
The main target of my lessons was to enrich my students' vocabulary list, improve their pronunciation skills (since most Vietnamese students are struggling to pronounce certain sounds and letters like: 'TH', S, T, R, and Z), as well as building and developing their classroom and real life communication and interaction skills.
Primary Teacher of English
I am currently teaching grade 1, grade 2, and grade 4 at Bai Chay Primary School.
As a primary teacher of English, my main focus is to enrich my students' vocabulary list and prevent any future pronunciation issues (like the ones older students are currently facing 'i.e.: the pronunciation of particular sounds and letters; 'TH', S, T, R, and Z).
Before teaching new words, I always make sure the students know the meaning behind them (mainly through pictures).
Once I show them the pictures, at first I pronounce the new words for them, then I ask them to repeat after me.
I also make sure to include games at the end of the lesson, and bring candies for winners. Also, teaching students new basic songs that are relevant to their needs, interest, level, and age.
Kindergarten Teacher of English at E-Connect Center
I also taught in 5 different kindergartens at the same time. I usually start the lesson by greeting the students and singing the hello song while dancing together, and then we do some physical activities, like: sit down – stand up – jump – walk – turn around – stop – and run. After that, I introduce the new vocabulary words to the students by using flash cards, real objects, hand gestures, and body language. And the students have to repeat the words with accurate pronunciation (for example: Happy, Sad, Sleepy, Hungry, Angry…etc.)
Then we play a game called ‘touch the picture’, first I put the flash cards in a circle and ask 2 to 3 students to join me, then I say one of the words out loud (Sleepy) and the first student to touch the right picture will be the winner and can get a treat ‘candy/ lollipop’
The next part of the lesson is grammar, I ask the students a question related to the first part ‘vocabularies’, like (how are you?). Once the students repeat the same question I reply by saying: I’m ‘happy’ / I’m ‘sad’ / I’m ‘sleepy’ / I’m ‘hungry’ / I’m ‘angry’ (while using hand gestures and body language).
Then we play another game called ‘Pass the ball’: I start by playing ‘the chicken dance music’
And ask the students to pass the ball to each other. Once the music stops, the student holding the ball will have to come out to the center of the class and answer the question of ‘How are you?’ And he/she can get a treat upon answering correctly.
At the end of the lesson, we always sing and dance to the goodbye song.