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Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: In Progress

Teacher Details:


Name: Daisy
Teacher ID: 8831
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: Yes

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 1st February 2020
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: No preference

Education


Highest Qualification: BSc
Degree Subject: Environmental Biology
University / Institution: Lancaster University
Grade: First Class (1:1)
Do you have a TEFL certificate: No
Details of TEFL certificate:
Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Studying a 120 hour TEFL course.
Currently completing a Masters degree in Plant Science (expected date of completion in December 2019).

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Plant Science Research Assistant
Employer: Reading University
Date of employment: June – November 2019
Summary of role:

Running a research project on the topic of climate change in wheat production. Duties include designing and running experiments, report writing and delivering presentations.

Position


Job title: Agricultural Research Assistant
Employer: Lancaster University
Date of employment: February – May 2017
Summary of role:

Running a pilot study for the School or Agriculture. Duties included designing experiments, as well as promoting the department to prospective students and running demonstrations.

Position


Job title: Research Internship
Employer: Estacion Biologica de Donana
Date of employment: September – December 2016
Summary of role:

Completed an Erasmus funded internship in Seville, Spain. Along with my work at a Spanish research station, I also took part in Spanish classes and language exchanges with locals wishing to improve their English skills.

Position


Job title: Customer Service Assistant
Employer: Tesco
Date of employment: September 2012 – July 2013
Summary of role:

Delivering friendly customer service in a fast-paced and pressurised environment.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

Learning a second language provides a gateway to the world, opening you up to other cultures and providing a better chance of both studying and working abroad. Therefore, I would find teaching English an incredibly rewarding experience. I would love to be able to share English with my students, creating fun and engaging lessons and watching their improvement. It is also a unique opportunity for cultural exchange, and I am excited by the chance of being able to experience new cultures, customs and (most importantly) food.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

During high school I helped younger learners with their reading. I discovered that patience, empathy regarding my students needs and frustrations, and enthusiasm were all vital skills that I was able to develop. These are all skills I believe I could bring to an English teaching position, along with my passion for monitoring students progress and seeing them improve.

Additional information:

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applicant Photo

Application Status: Approved
Visa Status: In Progress

Teacher Details:


Name: Daisy
Teacher ID: 8831
Nationality: British
Have you lived or worked overseas before?: Yes

Placement Preferences


Available Date: 1st February 2020
Travel Plans: I am travelling alone
Location Preferences: No preference

Education


Highest Qualification: BSc
Degree Subject: Environmental Biology
University / Institution: Lancaster University
Grade: First Class (1:1)
Do you have a TEFL certificate: No
Details of TEFL certificate:
Were you educated in your native country?: Yes
Education comments:

Studying a 120 hour TEFL course.
Currently completing a Masters degree in Plant Science (expected date of completion in December 2019).

Work Experience

Position


Job title: Plant Science Research Assistant
Employer: Reading University
Date of employment: June – November 2019
Summary of role:

Running a research project on the topic of climate change in wheat production. Duties include designing and running experiments, report writing and delivering presentations.

Position


Job title: Agricultural Research Assistant
Employer: Lancaster University
Date of employment: February – May 2017
Summary of role:

Running a pilot study for the School or Agriculture. Duties included designing experiments, as well as promoting the department to prospective students and running demonstrations.

Position


Job title: Research Internship
Employer: Estacion Biologica de Donana
Date of employment: September – December 2016
Summary of role:

Completed an Erasmus funded internship in Seville, Spain. Along with my work at a Spanish research station, I also took part in Spanish classes and language exchanges with locals wishing to improve their English skills.

Position


Job title: Customer Service Assistant
Employer: Tesco
Date of employment: September 2012 – July 2013
Summary of role:

Delivering friendly customer service in a fast-paced and pressurised environment.

Supporting Information:

Why do you want to teach overseas?:

Learning a second language provides a gateway to the world, opening you up to other cultures and providing a better chance of both studying and working abroad. Therefore, I would find teaching English an incredibly rewarding experience. I would love to be able to share English with my students, creating fun and engaging lessons and watching their improvement. It is also a unique opportunity for cultural exchange, and I am excited by the chance of being able to experience new cultures, customs and (most importantly) food.

Why are you a suitable candidate for teaching overseas?:

During high school I helped younger learners with their reading. I discovered that patience, empathy regarding my students needs and frustrations, and enthusiasm were all vital skills that I was able to develop. These are all skills I believe I could bring to an English teaching position, along with my passion for monitoring students progress and seeing them improve.

Additional information: