|Last Resume Update||15/02/2019|
|Where are you living?||Hồ Chí Minh|
|Teaching Experience||0 - 1 year|
|Expected Location:||Hồ Chí Minh|
|What’s your highest level of education completed?||Bachelor's Degree|
|ESL Certification (TEFL, TESOL)||CELTA|
ILA Ho Chi Minh - University of Cambridge CELTA (Provisional grade - Pass) January 2019
- Taught Elementary, Pre-Intermediate and Intermediate classes of 4-8 students.
- Utilised and adapted Headway books materials.
- Tailored lessons to cater to students needs through research and analysis.
- Worked alongside other teachers to formulate of cohesive syllabus for the final week of lessons.
University of Exeter - BA Hons Politics & International Relations (1st) 2014-2018
- Studies focused in conflict and resource studies, gender studies and contemporary political theory.
- 10,000 word dissertation entitled: A critical discourse analysis of sex workers voices.
- Erasmus study abroad year completed at the Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam.
Llandrillo College - International Baccalaureate (IB) 2011-2013
- 31 points: Maths 6, English 5, History 5, Chemistry 5, Spanish 4, Biology 4
- Theory of Knowledge & Extended Essay 2 & 150 hours of Creativity, Action and Service logged.
Ysgol y Creuddyn - GCSEs 2006-2011
- 11 A* / A GCSEs (including English and Maths)
During the CELTA, I completed 36 hours of teaching practice which included teaching, planning, observation and peer observation and shared evaluation and feedback. This was completed within an intensive 4 week course, and thus allowed me to practise, reflect and address opportunities for improvement, and to received and provide feedback with peers.
Prior to my studies at Exeter, I volunteered at the Santa Monica orphanage in Northern Peru for 3 months. In this role, I was responsible for co-coordinating extra curricular activities for children between the ages of 3-16. With my colleagues, we arranged a diverse schedule of activities which focused on the children's needs, such as team sport activities, and arts and crafts activities. Alongside this, I also supported older children with their homework, which was both challenging and rewarding as this was through the medium of Spanish.