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10 years of experience
over 10,000 English teaching hours
University of Cambridge DELTA (English Language Teaching to Adults)
Trinity College London iBET (International Business English Teaching)
University of Oxford English Teaching Certificate
Cambridge CPE Cambridge BEC Higher,
Authorized English-Romanian Translator/ Interpreter
University of Cambridge Speaking Examiner
M.A. in International Business
M.A. in Contemporary English Literature
M.A. in American Cultural Studies
B.A. in English and Romanian Language and Literature
in IATEFL organisation (International Association of Teachers of English as a Foreign Language)
10 Apr 2014
Frankly speaking, no Business English course that has already been published can address the real needs of a specific Learner – even if published by the greatest publishing houses. This is because every Learner is unique and every context is just the same.
Consequently, what Business English teachers should do is design tailor-made courses by including authentic materials, i.e. Learner’s daily texts not written for the purpose of English language teaching.
Business English teachers must be highly skilled in order to incorporate these special materials in the Course as such, for high relevance and practicality for each Learner.
A very interesting workshop I took part in was organized by IATEFL (International Association for Teachers of English as a Foreign Language) – BESig and my colleague Claire Hart did a wonderful job in advocating for this kind of authenticity.
You can watch it here: http://www.besig.org/events/online/workshops/default.aspx
21 Mar 2014
Cum sa faci progres rapid
17 Jan 2014
Business English Teaching: Needs Analysis
10 Feb 2014
How to create new nouns in English
17 Jun 2014
When English Meets Business