Muscat, Oman, 111
Joined on May, 2015
Any day in the evening
Up to 1 hour away at my regular hourly rate
EducationQueens College, CUNY (Chinese Language and Literature B.A. 2016)
Minors in Arabic, Japanese and Korean
Queensborough Community College
The City University of New York
Liberal Arts, Associate Degree Spring 2014
Membership: ASAP (Accelerated Study in Associate Programs), Fall 2012; Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society
ExperienceTeacher’s Assistant/Tutor Fall 2012 to Present
CUNY Language Immersion Program (CLIP) at Queensborough Community College, Bayside, NY
Assist teachers with ESL students in the program: setting up classroom lessons and activities, researching curriculum topics for
presentation, tutoring individuals and groups, set up and conduct student field trips to museums and sites outside the classroom for
research, substituting for teachers when needed. Administer/Proctor Michigan tests for incoming students. Assist the program director
with special events.
Korean/English Interpreter (Independent contractor) 2011 to Present
Legal Interpreter Services, LIS, Brooklyn, NY; and The Big Word, New York, NY
Work in the New York City School system. Help Korean parents in meetings with teachers to discuss the academic progress of their
children and at various independent medical examination clinics, for doctors conducting physical examinations of patients that have
been in car accidents and/or suffered work-related injuries.
English Teacher/Private Tutor, various schools 1998 to Present
Seoul and Pusan, South Korea, Tokyo, Japan, New York, NY
Teach English to ESL students from all age groups in private English institutes and public schools—from kindergarten to university,
businesses and private homes. Use ESL books and other written materials, videos, writing exercises, free conversation, flashcards,
group games, board games, question and answer exercises, music, songs, drawing, chants, call and response, improvisation, internet
resources, mime, guessing games, comprehension quizzes, pronunciation drills—not only grammatical English—particularly
collocation, spoken/idiomatic versus dictionary-based word usage —but also cultural memes, colloquialisms and current events. Help
students to speak more easily, naturally, and freely; to develop critical thinking; to increase listening comprehension; decode cultural
euphemisms, and overcome shyness and build confidence.
South Korea and New York, NY
2001 to Present
Work in collaboration with Korean partners (university students), translating movie scripts in South Korea (through Darcy Paquet,
koreanfilm.org) and various documents. Edit and revise essays, and works of varying length principally in English for mostly Korean
HobbiesWriting, dance, painting, sculpture, graphic design, travel, science, cinema, foreign cultures and cuisine.
New York Grupo de Capoeira Angola. Afro-Brazilian dancelike martial art. 1996 to 1998 studied with Mestre Joao Grande
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