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Préparation du test de compétence de la langue:
English - Stamp 4s English
English - IELTS - International English Language Testing System
English - PET - Preliminary English test
English - CPE - Cambridge proficiency english
English - YLE - Young Learners English
English - CAMLA
English - ECCE - Examination for the Certificate of Competency in English
English - ECPE - Examination for the Certificate of Proficiency in English
English - EPT - English Placement Test
English - TOEFL - Test of English as a Foreign Language
English - TOEIC - Test of English for International Communication
English - KET - Key English Test
French - TFI - Test de français international
University of Stirling, Scotland
Stirling, Scotland, UK
Batchelor of Arts, English & French Language
A standard BA arts degree in language and literature in English, with French journalism and French language.
University of Strathclyde, Glasgow- Ayr Education Campus, Craigie College, Scotland
Ayr, Scotland, UK.
Post Graduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) Teaching Qualification for English & French
A standard teaching diploma, allowing one to become registered as a qualified teacher of English and French for the Scottish Curriculum (after 2 years Probation Period, for the GTCS- General Teaching Council of Scotland), as well as being able to qualify for international teaching standards, after some familiarisation with the syllabus- e.g., I could transfer- and did- to both Belgium (1983-84) and Hong Kong (1998-2006), with these qualifications.
University of the West of Scotland, Paisley, Scotland, UK
Paisley, Scotland, UK
ECDL- the European Computer Driving Licence
Basic, but comprehensive, course in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Powerpoints, Internet use, Microsoft Access Database, Microsoft Excel Spreadsheets, as well as project work.
Teacher of English and French
Lochaber High School, Highland Region, Scotland, UK
Fort William, Highland Region, Scotland, UK
Teaching English & French full time. Teaching English Standard Grade to F/G & G/C classes, & French 'S' Grade. Presented candidates for S Grade English & French. Also taught Higher Grade English, and Certificate of Sixth Year Studies English (Higher and CSYS= English National Curric. 'A' Level);
NET English Teacher ('Native-Speaking English Teacher' Scheme)
Hong Kong Manpower and Education Bureau
Hong Kong Special Administrative Region (SAR), China
01.09.1998-31.08.2000: S.K.H. St. Paul's College, 69 Bonham Road, Hong Kong Island, HK SAR, China. Position: Teacher of English Language (English Medium School- TESL) (Recruited in London for NET Scheme, Native Speaking English Teachers' Enhanced English Programme, for Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, China.) Job Description: Teaching English Language to Hong Kong Chinese students in well-established (1852) grant-aided boys' school. ‘S.K.H.’ means an Anglican Church school. This was the flagship school of HK Ang.Church Schools. Taught Oral English lessons to S4 and S5, every group, and class teacher of a S2 group ('98-'99). Wrote and examined S4 and S5 Oral papers, Mid-Year exam and S4 Final Oral Exam. Examiner for S7 'A' Level Oral Exam (January '99) Other Duties: Setting up, running and organizing the 'English Corner', which included many extra-curricular commitments, five hours a week after school, e.g. training all S2 students and a group of S3, for the 1998 and 1999 HK Speech Festivals.1998-2000: running a 'Board Games in English' group; '98: drama workshops, culminating in training of students for an English play, which they wrote (with help); '98: guitar and lyrics ‘singalong’ sessions, karaoke in English, film shows (with reviews and quizzes), Christmas Party (both years), English Week- in January '98 (various performances, inc. debates, competitions, etc). Creative Writing Workshops, (publication of students' work in college creative writing magazine: 'ALPHA', 1999), Oral English (conversation sessions-exam practice), board games and Multi-Media (cd rom) games, etc.‘Reason for Leaving’: 2 year rolling contracts. 01.09.2000-31.08.2002: Buddhist Fat Ho Memorial College, Tai O, Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Position: Teacher of English Language (TEFL) Job Description: Co-teaching with 4 other Chinese English teachers, S3 and S4 students, plus full quota of lessons with S1 class, and S4 class, following the HKCEE (Hong Kong Certificate of Education Examination- modeled on English GCSE exams), S5 syllabus. Organized many extra-curricular activities, including: guitar lessons and singing English language songs, Speech Festival training, Christmas Party, prizes for Spoken English. ‘Reason for Leaving’: Change of school- rolling contracts operated, option to stay or leave, choice open to candidates. 01.09.2002-31.08.2004: Lions College, 90 Hing Shing Road, Kwai Fong, N.T., Hong Kong. Position: Teacher of English Language (TEFL) Job Description: This school is run by the Lions International charity organization. 2002-2003 session, I was responsible for co-teaching in every class- S4 and 5; S6 and S7, A and B streams. In the 2003-2004 session, I had S2 and S3, co-teaching in all classes. Continued with S6 and 7. There was an active English Club, organized by the English Committee (elected students) and supervised by English teachers; I was main Advisor. ‘Reason for Leaving’: Change of school- rolling contracts operated, option to stay or leave, choice open to candidates. 01.09.2004-15.07.2006: S.K.H. Chan Young Secondary School, 6 Chi Cheong Road, Sheung Shui, N.T., Hong Kong SAR, China. Tel: (852) 2671-8989; Fax: 2679-3399. http://www.skhcyss.edu.hk. This is an English Medium of Instruction, Anglican Church school. Position: Teacher of English Language (TESL) Job Description: Teaching an A Level English class, S6 to end S7, in 1st week of March 2006, the public exams. Oral English Teacher to all students in Secondary 1, 2 and 3, in 6-day cycle (equivalent to seeing 600 students every two weeks, on average.) Setter and examiner, oral exams for S1,2,3 in May 2006, writer and setter of AS Level exams, all coursework assessments for my S6/7 class. Trained S6 classes for Inter-Class Debate. Advisor to English Committee with all activities. Oral Examiner throughout for all term tests and Final Exams. Advisor and ran Guitar Club, 2004-05, French Club 2005-06. Morning (short speech) sharing in English before whole school assembly (1,000 people) every day, including Robert Burns sharing etc. * Speech Festival Training for S4 and S5 girls (* public competitions reciting poetry). ‘Reason for leaving’: 2- year rolling contract; returned to Scotland, bring up family.
Temporary, Long Term English Teacher (usually, 6 months to 1 year)
Various schools, throughout Scotland, UK
Teaching English (AND REGULARLY SOME FRENCH CLASSES) to Ages 11 to 18, Secondary 1 to Secondary 6, all levels, including preparing students for Scottish Curriculum English Language and Literature Exams, National 4 Certificate (age: 16), National 5 Certificate (Age: 16), Scottish Higher Grades (Ages: 16, 17 or 18), and Scottish Advanced Higher Grades (Age, normally, 18- this exam was preparation for University First Year courses). MY APOLOGIES FOR THE FORMATTING OF THE HONG KONG SECTION, I TRIED TO EDIT TO MAKE IT MORE LEGIBLE, BUT THE FORMATTING WOULD NOT STAY.