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Hanh King

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나의 언어

베트남어 (Vietnamese)
원어민
,
영어
원어민
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프랑스어
원어민
,
크리올어 (Creole)
C1
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중국어
B2
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스페인어
B1
,
독일어
A1

원어민 쌤 프로필

My name is Hanh King. I am from Vietnam, a former francophone country. I came to the United States in 1975. I am multilingual. I consider French and Vietnamese my native languages. I also speak English, Krio, Mandarin Chinese, Taiwanese, and some Spanish. I had a French education in Saigon, Vietnam. I began tutoring French in Saigon, Vietnam when I was fourteen years old. I began teaching in an elementary French school in Saigon at the age of 19. I have a Master's degree in French, a Master's degree in Linguistics. I am currently a doctoral student in Instructional Leadership at Nova Southeastern University. I have taught at the college, university level as well at the high school level. I am a very engaging and interactive French teacher. My approach to language learning is daily practice speaking the target language.
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교육 경력

school학위

2016 - 2021
EdD
Nova - Florida, U
Focus on instructional leadership.
2001 - 2005
MA Linguistics
University of Georgia - Athens, USA
Focus in Second Language Acquisition
1978 - 1980
MA French
Texas Christian University - Texas, USA
Focus in French Language and French Literature

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2007 - 2014
French Teacher (9th-12th)
Westover High School - Georgia, USA
Focus in Beginning, Intermediate, and Upper Intermediate French
1995 - 2010
French Instructor (part-time - availability)
Darton College - Georgia, USA
Focus on Beginning and Intermediate French
1980 - 1983
Graduate Teaching Assistant in French
University of Texas at Austin - Texas, USA
Focus on Beginning and Intermediate French
1971 - 1972
French Elementary School Teacher
Ecole Aurore - Saigon, Vietnam
I taught all academic subjects in French to a class of third graders