- English (US): Native
- French: Intermediate
- French (Canadian): Intermediate
- Spanish (Latin American): Intermediate
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Fun & Casual Conversation Skills | Business English | American and Canadian English
My name is Brittany and I am a friendly, CELTA-certified ESL teacher (certification for teaching English to adults) from Washington, DC, USA. I currently live in Canada. I have taught university students in Japan, high school and middle school students in France, all ages in South Korea, and adults in Canada and The U.S.
My interests include traveling, art, culture, and language. I have a communications background and used to work for an African business association in the fields of corporate event planning and marketing in Washington, DC. I would love to talk about your job and hobbies, learning languages, traveling, art, movies, and more!
I usually update my schedule several times a week. Often, I place new lesson times on my schedule the day before!! So please check often. If you'd like to receive updates from me, please "follow" me!
I am here to shape my lessons to your needs and help you reach your language goals!
Resources for students: (1) https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC02LvI6Ey3MonxQu8mB7wzg (2) Business Idioms: http://www.businessenglishresources.com/31-2/student-section/business-vocabulary/most-common-business-idioms/ (3) Business English Resources: http://www.businessenglishresources.com/
Liberal Arts › Communication Studies
Education › ESL Language Instructor
I taught English to university students in Nagoya, Japan for 3 months, with a focus on pronunciation, public speaking, and conversation skills.
In this position, I taught ESL to middle and high school students in France.
In this position, I completed extended teaching practice post-CELTA. This included collaborative planning, peer observation, shared evaluation and feedback. Within this framework, I created lesson plans and taught students at two distinct levels (Beginner and Upper).
In this position, I instructed mainly young adults who were improving their English fluency for university and work. I planned and taught intensive and semi-intensive courses (grammar-focused) designed to improve students' writing abilities, presentation strategies, and general communication skills. I designed and led in-depth discussion group classes (Inlingua "Oral Track" courses). Additionally, I planned and chaperoned extracurricular tourism trips for the students including visits to Washington, DC's historical museums.