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Using TakeLessons or any kind of online-tutoring companies is new to me - but I am extremely confident to say that my teaching experiences will be able to provide great learning experience based on customized materials prepared by myself.
I'm currently a Graduate Teaching Assistant pursuing MS in Economics at FAU. I am originally from Seoul, South Korea and I've been in the states for the past ten year since I started studying here as an exchange student.
I am very outgoing and personable - don't worry if you are a shy person! I am always happy to listen to students' needs and wants.
I am very passionate about teaching and helping others - as one once said "To Teach in To Change One's Live Forever", every lesson for every student means a lot to me. Thus I hold great responsibility and honor to do my job.
I assist faculties for their classes and researches. I also tutor principal classes for both micro and macroeconomics.
I taught American students in college to quench their thirst from their passions for Korean cultures (kPOP and kDrama), by not just teaching the language, but incorporating cultural aspect with rich real-life application examples. The age of students ranged from 17 to 34.
I volunteered at Beacon Korean Language School that was affiliated with a Korean church in South Florida. My students who are 2nd or 3rd generation Korean Americans, were in middle school or high school. My curriculum was prepared to help them to improve their scores of SAT II Korean Language.
I was certified as a level 1 instructor (CF-L1), educated with techniques on Olympic lifting, gymnastic, mobility WOD, and others. I have done several personal training sessions with people in their 20s and also 50s, regardless of their experiences in fitness and exercise.
I worked with international students from outside of the states to help them learn English and American culture. Also I volunteered for the Language Cafe where students freely exchange their languages at different table in a cafe setting.
Lastly, I was a Korean language tutor for those domestic and international students.
I served ROKMC as an infantry mortar-crewman for a airborne battalion. I also participated in combined exercises with the USMC to do missions of interpreting/translating for two branches' officers.
I worked for a language academy in Seoul to help Korean high school students to get better scores on their English section for college entrance exams.