ESL instructor, teacher, trainer, coordinator and supervisor


Last Updated: 29th May 2018 (over 4 years ago)

Address
Egypt

E-mail
Locked

Gender
Male

Age Range
35 to 44

Qualification Level
Other Post Graduate

Languages
Arabic, English, French

Summary

I have been working in the Gulf area for 12 years, during which I dealt with various age groups, levels and courses. I have an exceptional experience in conversational, business, technical and general English courses. I also have a long experience in IELTS, TOEFL, GRE, and SAT training. My primary qualification is BA in English language and English Literature. Besides, I am a Cambridge university CIDTT holder (with distinction ), which means that I am an internationally certified teacher and trainer and fully prepared to design curriculums and give solid advice concerning the suitability of syllabuses. I also had the CELTA in 2010 (with Pass B). In addition, I have the academic IELTS band score 8, (8.5 speaking) and International TOEFL CBT 263. Moreover, I enjoy an incredible rapport with learners. I have studied French as a third language for 9 years. My typing speed is over 100 words per minute.

Education

Cambridge University - British Council, Egypt
IELTS (8) speaking (8.5)

   Jul 2017
— Jul 2019

Cambridge University - British Council, Egypt
CELTA

   Jun 2010
— Jul 2010

The CELTA course gives you the essential skills and knowledge you need to teach English to adults and older teenagers.

You get hands-on teaching practice and observation of experienced teachers, applying your learning in the classroom with English language learners.

CELTA courses are run by approved centres, based on specifications produced by Cambridge Assessment English. All courses have a minimum of 120 contact hours.
Learners and teachers, and the
teaching and learning context
This topic includes:

understanding the cultural and linguistic backgrounds of learners, and how this might affect their learning of English
understanding different learning preferences.
Language analysis and awareness
This topic includes:

understanding key terminology used in English language teaching, applying this terminology in planning and teaching
demonstrating a working knowledge of English grammar, lexis and phonology.
Language skills: reading,
listening, speaking and writing
This topic includes:

understanding basic concepts and terminology used for describing reading, listening, speaking and writing skills, applying this to teaching
understanding how approaches to texts may vary depending on the purpose, making practical use of this in teaching.
Planning and resources
for different teaching contexts
This topic includes:

understanding the purpose and principles of planning for effective teaching
selecting and planning the kinds of lessons that are most appropriate for particular learners
evaluating lesson preparation and reflecting on this for planning future lessons.
Developing teaching skills
and professionalism
This topic includes:

effectively organising the classroom, both in terms of layout and pair/group activities
making appropriate use of a range of materials and resources
involving learners of different ability levels, enabling them to feel a sense of progress.

Cambridge University - British Council, Egypt
Cambridge International Diploma for Teachers and Trainers (CIDTT) Distinction

   Nov 2003
— May 2004

• This Cambridge International Diploma is a practice-based qualification for the continuing
professional development of teachers and trainers.

• The Diploma is intended for teachers in educational
establishments, training organizations and companies.
• The Diploma has been designed to be flexible, so that candidates
from a variety of teaching environments have equal opportunity to
demonstrate their skills, knowledge and understanding.
• These environments can range across:
> Teaching subject – from general to technical vocational
programmers
> Phase – from primary to higher education or from basic to
advanced training
> Age of learners – from children to adults.
Outlines of the Diploma :
MODULE 1: DESIGN
> Identifying learners’ needs
> Specifying the learning objectives
> Planning content, methods and resources
> Completing the program plan
> Specifying the requirements for each learning session
> Completing session plans
> Preparing learning materials
> Preparing equipment and learning facilities
> Planning for evaluation
> Preparing the learning environment
MODULE 2 : PRACTICE
> Presenting information
> Giving instruction and demonstration
> Using visual aids
> Supervising learning activities
> Managing the flow of activities
> Managing the learning environment
> Motivating learners
> Encouraging learners
> Guiding learners
> Supporting learners
MODULE 3 : ASSESSMENT
> Preparing formative assessments
> Using formative assessments
> Analyzing formative assessment data
> Providing feedback about progress
> Maintaining records of learners’ progress
> Preparing summative assessments
> Using summative assessments
> Analyzing summative assessment data
> Providing feedback about achievement
> Maintaining records of learners’ achievement
MODULE 4 : EVALUATION
> Evaluating learning
> Using evaluation to plan improvements
> Making improvements and planning further evaluation
> Evaluating own practice
> Identifying goals for improvement

Faculty of Al Alsun, Ain Shams University
BA in English and English literature

   Sep 1997
— May 2001

provides a strong background in the study of English. The BA in English program stresses literary analysis, diversity, critical thinking, and written and oral communication skills through a rigorous curriculum of literature, composition, language and linguistics, and communication studies. It is an excellent preparation for careers in teaching, media, advertising, writing, and publishing; for graduate or professional studies in English, communications, or law; and for advancement in any field in which communication skills are important. Students interested in creative writing may choose the concentration in creative Writing.

Experience

self-employed
private tutor

   Feb 2018
— Current

Designing customized curricula
Teaching individuals or groups at home
Teaching courses online
providing TEFL, IELTS, TOEFL, SAT courses (face to face and online)

International Institute for Languages
ESL instructor

   Nov 2017
— Apr 2018

I have been responsible for
preparing lesson plans
delivering general English and technical English materials to trainees (adults/technicians)
taking daily attendance of students
correcting students assignments
recommending high achievers for advanced programs
setting up debates and discussions
proofreading students works before submissions

KFUPM Schools
high school English teacher and coordinator

   Sep 2005
— May 2017

I have been responsible for 12 years for
preparing lesson plans
delivering material to middle and high school students
coordinating with other five teachers in the middle school
conducting training sessions
setting placement and diagnostic tests
setting final exams
writing post workshops reports
taking daily attendance of students
contacting parent for relevant information
correcting students assignments
recommending high achievers for advanced programs
setting up debates and discussions
arranging for staff meetings
documenting peer visitations
proofreading students works before submissions
preparing students for English competitions and carnivals

Al Nozha Language Schools
middle school English teacher

   Aug 2002
— Aug 2005

I have been responsible for three years for
preparing lesson plans
delivering material to middle and high school students
taking daily attendance of students
contacting parent for relevant information
correcting students assignments
recommending high achievers for advanced programs
setting up debates and discussions
proofreading students works before submissions
preparing students for English competitions and carnivals

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