Stephanus de Goed
Seoul National University, Seoul — MA.Law
September 2018-August 2020
Birmingham University, England — Post Graduate diploma in applied Linguistics
September 2013 - September 2016
Academy of English Cape Town, Western Cape — Toefl
December 2007 120 Hours in class training
Stellenbosch University, Western Cape — BA.Law
January 2003 - Dec 2005
Hard Skills Foreign Language. Intermediate debating skills. Curriculum development. Planning/Event planning.
Soft Skills Leadership Teamwork Decision Making Conflict Resolution
Member of Student Parliament of Stellenbosch University 2005
Member of U.N. chapter of the Stellenbosch University 2005
Deputy Warden in service of South African Embassy 2011
Serving on the Executive committee of SAKORNET 2011-2013
DA-Abroad South Korea representative 2014-2016
Chandra R Halma
(B.A College of Arts & Science graduated spring 2008, University of Hawaii at Manoa, Honolulu, HI ) spent many years at various academy in Hawaii, US and Open Learning Agency in US where her foci were teaching ESL, TESL, Business English, interpreter training and business management.
Chandra has taught the TEFL (Teaching English as a Foreign Language) program at San Francisco, CA since 2011 and has played a major role in curriculum development for the program. In addition, Chandra was related course work like Business Law, Financial and Managerial accounting, Information system, Macroeconomics, Statistics, Tools for the information age, and marketing.
TESOL- How to teach English
Language Teaching. It is an essential reference work for trainee teachers preparing for exams such as CELTA or Certificate in TESOL.
* New glossary to explain teaching terms
* DVD with classroom demonstrations of core classroom techniques
* New chapter on testing
How to Teach English is the only methodology book for "early stage" teachers that has a DVD with clips from actual classess and accompanying activities.
YL-TESOL – Teaching English to Young Learners
The aim of Teaching English to Young Learners (TEYL) is to provide you with knowledge and skills for teaching English as a second or foreign language to young learners. The book consists of sixteen chapters. Each chapter includes a statement of specific learning outcomes, references and further reading, and addresses key aspects of TEYL, including: who is the "young learner," first language acquisition, methods and approaches in language teaching, teaching listening, teaching speaking, teaching reading, teaching writing, teaching vocabulary, teaching grammar, teaching pronunciation, learning styles and strategies, the affective domain, working with parents, resources and technology support for language learning, classroom management, and assessment and evaluation.