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Keelah Rose

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Polen
8:23 AM (GMT+02:00)
Englisch
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Englisch
33
147

Spricht

Englisch
Muttersprachler
,
Französisch
C2
,
Koreanisch
A2
,
Polnisch
A1

Über Mich

My name is Keelah Rose, and I'm an American teacher who grew up in California. I graduated from Cornell University (an Ivy League school) and received my teaching credential in 2006. I have been a certified teacher ever since! I have lived and worked as a classroom teacher for children and teens, and an adult business English teacher in countries such as China, South Korea, Albania and Poland. I have a very easily understood accent with no traces of any regional dialect. I also have a background in performance, comedy and presentation -- so these are skills I can easily help you develop. I specialize in improving pronunciation with a lot of useful tips and tricks to sound more like a native speaker. My classes are fun and enjoyable and I love to bond with my students. However, I am also a perfectionist because I want my students to be the absolute best they can be. If you are looking to absolutely perfect your English skills and really improve your skills rapidly, then I am the teacher for you!

Zeitplan

Lehrerfahrung

Grundkenntnisse
Fortgeschrittener Anfänger
Selbständige Sprachverwendung
Fachkundige Sprachkenntnisse
Ausgezeichnete Kenntnisse
American English
Children (4-11)
Teenagers (12-18)
Adults (18+)
Curriculum
Learning Materials
Lesson Plans
Reading Exercises
Accent Reduction
Business English
Colloquial English
Grammar Development
Interview Preparation
Listening Comprehension
Phonetics
Reading Comprehension
Speaking Practice
Vocabulary Development
ACT
AP
GRE
SAT
TOEIC

Lebenslauf

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2000 - 2006
BA
Cornell University - Ithaca, New York, US
Ivy League degree in humanities from the College of Arts & Sciences

Zertifizierungen

2017 - 2017
TEFL-TESOL Cetification
Teflen Training College - USA
Teaching certification
2006 - 2006
CBest
California - USA
Teaching certification

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