For me, there are two main points in teaching language. One is that learning a language is learning from a real-life situation. Instead of memorizing conversation from the textbook, I have had organised 'excursions' for my adult students to practice their language either in a Chinese restaurant or talk to a native speaker. Secondly, learning a language is fun and meaningful. This is not only for younger students. Learning conversations and vocabulary from interests and through games are the best start to open the door of a new language.
I am a Chinese native speaker with four-year bachelor background majored in Chinese language and literacy. I am doing a master degree in Early Childhood Teaching at the University of Melbourne. I have been teaching both children and adults Mandarin for 4 years.
Sep 2018 -- current, Melbourne, VIC
Gowrie Victoria Docklands
• Observed and documented children's learning, interpreted
• Planned and implemented play-based and inquiry-based learning
• Built professional relationship with families and colleagues.
Jul 2017 - Feb 2018. Melbourne, Victoria
Volunteer Teacher Assistant / Ardoch Youth Foundation
• Developed lessons on relevant children's books and themes to
promote student interest at St Brendan's Catholic Primary School.
• Helped to delivery shared text reading session in the morning and
guided reading for small groups.
• Assisted PE lessons with Prep teacher.
Aug 2017 - Current Melbourne, Victoria
Mandarin Teacher / Fo Guang Chinese School
• Planned and delivered Mandarin lessons weekly.
• Supervised children's safety.
• Managed behaviour issues in class.
• Attended professional training.
• Built relationships with students, families and colleagues.
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