Taylor

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English
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102
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407
class
English
user_group_man_woman
102
time
407

Speaks

English
Native
,
Spanish
C1
,
Portuguese
B1

About Me

My name is Taylor. I am from Philadelphia but I have also lived in New York City, Haiti, Costa Rica and Brazil.
Feel free to book a trial. I would love to meet you!


Teacher Stats

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class407
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Schedule

Teaching Expertise

Intermediate
Upper Intermediate
Advanced
Upper Advanced
Children (4-11)
Teenagers (12-18)
Adults (18+)
Accent Reduction
Interview Preparation
Listening Comprehension
Reading Comprehension
Speaking Practice
Writing Correction

Résumé

Education

2014 - 2014
Certification to Teach English Language to Adults (CELTA)
The University of Texas - Austin
Achieved a Pass A
2010 - 2014
B.A. Anthropology & Spanish
Wagner College - New York City
I chose to double major, because I love to learn!

Work Experience

2014 - 2015
Copy Editor
Bleu Magazine - New York CIty
Responsible for all text within the bi-monthly print publication centered on men's fashion.
2011 - 2014
Writing Intensive Tutor
Wagner College - New York City
Assisted Undergraduate and Graduate students in all aspects of the writing process including brainstorming, researching, outlining, drafting, editing, and citing. Frequently reviewed grammar and writing concepts in sessions. Guided students in the development of their own writing style and voice.
2014 - 2014
ESL Teacher
The University of Texas - Austin
Taught beginner and intermediate level classes (20-40 students at a time). Students originated from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East. Resources included textbooks, a computer, a projector, white boards, and speakers.
2012 - 2012
ESL Teacher
Haitian American Caucus - Croix des Bouquets, Haiti
Designed the curriculum for two English courses, each lasting 4 weeks: an advanced class for 7-10 adults (ages 15-50) and a beginner class of 30-40 students (ages 10-60). Resources were very minimal and technology was unavailable. Primary teaching tool was a chalkboard; notebooks and writing utensils were provided to students upon enrollment.
2010 - 2011
Volunteer ESL Instructor
El Centro del Inmigrante - New York City
Facilitated ESL workshops for local residents of Port Richmond, Staten Island (15-25 students at a time). Students largely immigrated from Mexico, Ecuador, Uruguay, Bolivia, Peru, Guatemala, Colombia, Cuba, and the Dominican Republic.

Certifications

2015
Certificate in Applied Positive Psychology
The Flourishing Center - NYC / Online-International