MA, BA (Hons), NUJ, CIPR, CPRS Member
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Enthusiastic, creative ESL Instructor experienced with all ages and ability levels spanning kindergarten to adult learners.
Specialties include TOEIC and Business English .
Alongside a wealth of work experience as a Journalist and Communications assistant with work experience at a handful of British and Israeli newspapers and a range of international magazines.
Creative, with skills in Photoshop, QuarkXpress, Dreamweaver and InDesign. Proficient in MS Office suite and Outlook.
Most RECENT EXPERIENCE
● Taught all levels of English conversation and grammar to classes of 6-20 students
● Taught classes in business English and TOEIC preparation
● Created lesson plans and wrote curricula
● Created and administered examinations and tests
● Corrected tests and evaluated student progress
● Organized student events and activities
● Wrote progress reports and communicated with parents
● Tutored individuals in Business English and conversation
● Organized meetings and events
● Arranged press conferences and interviews
● Prepared policy reports
● Supervised staff of 6
● Wrote news articles and opinion pieces
2017-2018 Joongbu University Goyang, S.Korea
2018 Soongsil University, Seoul, S.Korea
2017 Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, S.Korea
2016-2017 CBIS-K, Suwon, South Korea
2014-2015 Joongbu University, Geumsan-gun, S. Korea
2012-2014 Hanseo University , Haemi-Myun, S. Korea
2011-2012 EPIK , Seoul, S. Korea
European Parliament, Belgium
The Birmingham Independent, UK
Jerusalem Post, Israel
Sky News, UK
Fox News, USA
More information can be found below:
|ESL-Instructor – Journalist – Artist|
- Confident educator with a background in university, conversation and business English.
- Passionate and creative.
- Now aiming for opportunities in the creative sector.
|Career achievements & skills|
Social issues, Human Rights and Religion.
Published photographer, Street Art, Portraits and News.
Public Relations: InHouse productions/Communications officer)
University Professor and English teacher
Teaching conversation English
English Professor at Joongbu University in Goyang (March 2017)
Copywriter and voice-over work, August – September 2017
MediaZen, Bundang, Korea.
English Teacher, July-August 2017
Gyeongsang National University, Jinju, South Korea
Teaching English and art and crafts during a summer camp program.
Kindergarten Teacher, March 2016-February 2017
CBIS-K, Suwon, South Korea.
English Professor, March-2014- August 2015
Joongbu University, Geumsan-gun, South Korea.
Role: English conversation instructor (Assistant Professor) teaching freshmen and sophomore students.
English Professor, March 2012-February 2014
Hanseo University, Haemi-Myun, South Korea.
Role: English conversation instructor for freshman and sophomore students and leading TOEIC night classes and programme designer for the ‘English Café’ and involvement in Photo English.
English Teacher, March 2011-February 2012
EPIK, Seoul, South Korea
Role: English teacher at Beondong Elementary School, teaching all-Grades and preparing Winter and Summer camps and coordinating Rainbow classes for pre-school students.
Previous employment has included working in the European Parliament, ANEC an EU Commission Agency, The Jerusalem Post and references are available.
CORE SKILLS: Data collection and analysis, enhanced communication, research and project management.
PUBLISHED Relative Levels of Hope and their Relationship with Family-related Stress and Stress Coping of Women who immigrate due to Marriage International Conference on Convergence Technology, Vol 2. No.1 2013, pp107-1408, Chang Seek Lee, Ji Young Park, Simon Hunter-Williams).
MASTERS M.A. International Studies, University of Birmingham. (2008)
Thesis: The Gay community in the European Union and Israel: a cacophony of clashing visions.
FIRST DEGREE 2.2 B.A. (Hons) Media and Communication, Birmingham City University [UCE]. (2006)
Dissertation: ‘Has the Internet brought about a new wave in the delivery of news?’
PRE-UNIVERSITY Four A Levels, Kings Norton Boys Sixth Form (260 UCAS) (2003)
Media Studies, English Literature, Government and Politics and General studies/