• HomeHome
  • Create PostingCreate Posting
  • Area:
    All Areas [Change]

ESL + biology-botany-ecology-forestry teacher. ESL lesson 8+ years

7 years ESL teaching in South Korea (children and young adults).

In addition to Expo, a private ESL institute, I have worked part-time at many others like Jung Chul, Oxford, Brainy, Kids Club, all age groups. I like children and they like me. Began a phonics program here.

Also taught in Canada at the University of Winnipeg 1980-81, Labrador College writer 1996, West Viking College 1995-96, Memorial University 1977, U. of Ottawa 1982 and U. of New Brunswick 1979 and have worked as a research assistant for the Canadian federal government, agriculture department, on the national information hotline and in their scientific plant collections/archives. I have also run several private contracts in Canada related to botany, science, gardening and archaeology.


Hobbies: Archaeology, travel, gardening, writing, paintings and building.

"I have been collecting words (see list below) that Koreans have adopted from other languages. It is sort of a mini-vocabulary within their own language that almost all Koreans use and is a first step into English. Typically we read this list aloud in a first class, with my commentary, and everybody feels comfortable with the fact that they already know so many English words."
English Words Used in the Korean Language
By: Robin Tim Day, B.Sc. M.Sc. B.Ed. -
http://www.eslteachersboard.com/cgi-bin/language/index.pl?read=25

Website URL: http://www.eslteachersboard.com/s/RobinDay.htm

 Attached Pictures 
Copyright 2004 Robin Tim Day - English Words Used in the Korean Language.
Robin Tim Day, B.Sc. M.Sc. B.Ed. I like children and they like me.
Posting No. 1258
Created 14 Dec 2016, 0:00
Expires 14 Dec 2017, 23:59
Total Views: 126
Report Posting As:
, , ,
Disclaimer: This website features user-submitted content. We are not responsible for the accuracy, truthfulness, style or tone of information displayed on these pages. We urge you to report any content that you find offensive or inappropriate.
Contact Study Language Speak Language