• I believe fate brought me from where I am now. I had a previous student who used to study at CIP. It was my last day leading him and suddenly asked me if he can have my resume because he was planning to give it to his father’s friend. Honestly, I don’t know anything about CIP before. Fortunately, I was hired and still teaching here.
• Aside from encouraging students to talk more inside/or outside the classroom, I also persuade them to learn 3 new words per day, For them to realize how important vocabulary words are. Lastly I boost their confidence when sharing or telling their opinions on something.
• I know it’s a cliche but I really like teaching Speaking. It is not because of free talking; however, I want to know how students respond to each question I ask. People think it is so easy to teach speaking class but in my own perspective, this is the most difficult.
• As a working mother, it is difficult to make time to study at home. I only have time to study and maintain my good English skill when I’m here at school (CIP). We usually have training everyday that adds to my knowledge. Another one is I make time to talk to native teachers to improve my conversation skills.
• I usually advice my students to practice and use English when they have a chance especially to those students who already come back to their country. The keyword for this is “practice”. They need to have a routine practice for instance, the EOP Policy and EOP Challengers here in CIP. Lastly, the easiest way to improve listening skill is listening to music and watching movies everyday. Surely you will improve.