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Top 50 ESL Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for a ESL Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of ESL Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 25.5% of ESL Teacher resumes contained Language as a skill. Let's find out what skills a ESL Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

These Are The Most Important Skills For A ESL Teacher

1. Language
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Here's how Language is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared Chinese college freshman prepare for their International English Language Testing Service examination.
  • Promoted language development skills through reading and storytelling.
  • Promote language development with international students.
  • Recommend and implemented accommodations to English Languages Learners in mainstream classrooms, as well as on standardized assessments.
  • Provided instruction in the English language both in a classroom setting and to students on a one-on-one basis.
  • Participated in language learning activities, helped with lesson plan, taught select lessons, graded and corrected worksheets
  • Created meaningful questioning strategies to inspire inquisitive, tenacious, self-driven learning and language acquisition in all students.
  • Service Learning - Providing one-on-one instruction of English as a Second Language to primarily native Spanish speakers.
  • Collaborated with faculty members on joint class activities to enhance students' language comprehension.
  • Trained English skills for the intermediate language learners with the autonomy learning approach.
  • Worked with all levels to teach English as a second language to adults.
  • Planned and implemented English Language Arts curriculum following New York State Educational Standards.
  • Teach English-language skills and presentation skills to children ages 9 to 16.
  • Instructed students in the computer lab with English language acquisition based programs.
  • Created lessons around student's abilities and level of language.
  • Create daily lesson activities for English language acquisition.
  • Researched & Led Second Language Acquisition Workshop for teachers
  • Develop curriculum for Wesley Language School.
  • Designed and instructed language programs to employees of major companies in Shenzhen.
  • Tutored students one on one on specific aspects language acquisition, such as writing, presentation skills.

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2. Classroom Management
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Here's how Classroom Management is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Established clear class expectations by developing rubrics for all assessments a maintaining an impeccable classroom management.
  • Utilized classroom management techniques and language learning activities to ensure an effective language learning experience.
  • Administered successful proactive classroom management plan, demonstrating effective behavior management with diverse students.
  • Organized professional development workshops geared toward teaching styles and classroom management.
  • Maintain classroom management with a combination of positive reinforcements and routines.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques to achieve student success.
  • Instituted positive reinforcement and motivational classroom management strategies.
  • Handled classroom management and curriculum implementation.
  • Exhibit excellent classroom management skills.
  • Mentored 6 Arab teachers in behavior methodologies, classroom management, organization, and use of English.
  • Complete instructor responsibilities such as attendance, student progress reports, and classroom management.
  • Trained new teachers on Korean culture, classroom management and lesson planning.
  • Maintained effective classroom management in class sizes of 40 students.
  • Enforced a proactive classroom management plan.
  • Applied methods of classroom management.
  • Created lessons and classroom management plans that supported each grade-level Incorporated interdisciplinary learning into curricula
  • Helped maintained classroom management, followed lesson plans and motivated students.
  • Designed summer school course utilizing online games and hyperlinks through a web-based classroom management platform.
  • Teach 1-on-1 full immersion lessons Create and implement online strategies for classroom management.
  • Implemented Effective Classroom management ESL Reports created on timely manners Enrolled in Parental meetings.

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3. Lesson Plans
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Here's how Lesson Plans is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Worked autonomously creating and executing custom immersion type lesson plans for Korean elementary students of various levels and abilities.
  • Designed lesson plans and age-appropriate activities to adhere to established public school curriculum.
  • Prepared lesson plans, conducted classes, and facilitated cultural competency
  • Designed lesson plans focused on age and level-appropriate material.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and implemented cultural awareness classes.
  • Gauged the various skill level of the students and then devised lesson plans and activities based on specific abilities.
  • Received high remarks for the creativity of classroom lesson plans and instructional techniques from students, parents and faculty.
  • Design age-appropriate lesson plans, evaluate progress, and manage class sizes ranging from 6 to 40 students.
  • Prepared lesson plans, designed English language activities and games, focused on basic reading/writing/verbal skills.
  • Create and execute daily lesson plans for 27 ESL Students while following Common Core State Standards.
  • Planned and created my own lessons and executed lesson plans provided in the syllabus.
  • Developed lesson plans for beginner classes, phonics classes and intermediate English.
  • Prepared lesson plans and taught conversational English to Japanese adults and children.
  • Streamlined classroom set-up and created detailed lesson plans.
  • Crafted weekly lesson plans pertaining to school curriculum.
  • Created lesson plans and taught weekly English classes.
  • Develop effective lesson plans for ESL classrooms Incorporate technology in daily lessons
  • Prepared and executed lesson plans in an immersive environment.
  • Provided intercultural communication Created lesson plans Taught 3-4 classes per day
  • Manage a classroom of 55-60 children - Create and implement comprehensive lesson plans - Problem Solving - Time Management - Multitasking

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4. Curriculum Development
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Here's how Curriculum Development is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Chaired the Curriculum Development Committee dedicated to creating a school-wide ESL curriculum
  • Collaborated on curriculum development as member of the curriculum team.
  • Trained new teachers in classroom management and curriculum development.
  • Studied education curriculum development process based on theoretical framework.
  • Supported curriculum development for ESL program.
  • Served on curriculum development committee.
  • Assisted in curriculum development and created curriculum for an advanced reading and writing class and an academic English class.
  • Registered and placed new students, organized classes, and worked with teachers on lesson planning and curriculum development.
  • Served on committee for Curriculum Development for English/Language Arts and well as for English as a Second Language.
  • Owned curriculum development and taught English abroad at a private academy.
  • Played key role in curriculum development for new primary school.
  • Coordinated student testing and placement, handled budet and inventory duties, participant in curriculum development and ESL program design.

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5. Grammar
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Here's how Grammar is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted immigrant students of a variety of ages, cultures, and backgrounds with English grammar, composition, and comprehension.
  • Implemented Communicative Language strategies in all main modules, including listening, speaking, reading, writing, and grammar.
  • Have an understanding of how to teach grammar as well as basic English to ages 3 and up.
  • Fulfilled grammar and poetry language arts standards through multiple choice test assessments and class discussions, respectively.
  • Care for and educate kindergarten students in basic English grammar, reading and writing.
  • Prepared and led an English grammar workshop for SDA's annual ESL summer camp.
  • Design and teach courses in grammar, listening and speaking, reading and writing.
  • Reviewed and edited format, grammar, and phrasal construction of student work.
  • Instructed classes in business grammar for professional and advanced learners of English.
  • Educated 200 students in the basics of English grammar and conversational speaking.
  • Helped students learn English grammar, pronunciation and conversational skills.
  • Instructed weekly sessions of grammar and conversation skills to adults
  • Focused highly on conversation and some grammar.
  • Grade students daily on Grammar and Pronunciation.
  • Received certificate for completion of intensive English grammar training - ESL Teacher for children and adults from levels 1 - TOEFL
  • Create lesson plans and teach writing to international students Substitute teach reading, grammar and conversation classes
  • Created lessons to parallel Korean teachers' classes in regards to grammar and vocabulary.
  • COMPANY Led classes in English writing, grammar, listening and reading skills.
  • Teach interactive communicative EFL classes to Study methodology and English grammar.
  • Planned grammar and vocabulary lessons to accompany textbooks Attended weekly professional development meetings Developed curriculum and all lessons for an adult class

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6. Student Learning
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Here's how Student Learning is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Utilized ongoing informal and formal assessment to measure effectiveness of teaching and optimize student learning, adapting instruction when needed.
  • Collaborated with grade-level teams to generate individual academic plans to increase student learning and provide support for classroom teachers.
  • Organize parent-teacher conferences to maximize student learning opportunities and develop forward-thinking plans to correct outgoing issues.
  • Communicated with teachers on a regular basis about outcomes and improvements directed towards student learning.
  • Created and implemented innovative and engaging lesson plans and activities increasing student learning motivation.
  • Augmented student learning through one-on-one instruction for non-English speaking students.
  • Earned positive feedback regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Implemented instructional strategies that improved student learning and achievement.
  • Evaluated student learning and documented progress.
  • Conduct assessment of Adult Basic Education student learning styles and use results to plan instructional activities.
  • Planned lessons for individuals, small/large groups and adapted lessons for diverse student learning styles.
  • Organized events to enrich student learning and involve them in the learning process.
  • Develop, implement and share strategies that promotes 21st century student learning.
  • Prepare lessons that reflect accommodations for differences in student learning styles.
  • Evaluated student learning and provided additional support before and after classes.
  • Researched new strategies that were effective for student learning.
  • Dedicated time to small-group instruction to maximize student learning.
  • Full responsibility for students and student learning.
  • Provide feedback to students and administration to assess continuing advancement Train new hires on techniques to maximize student learning and engagement.
  • Modified Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) to introduce new tasks and lower/higher levels of difficulty.

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7. ESL
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Here's how ESL is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Worked in South Korea for one year as an ESL instructor for Korean students ranging in age from Kindergarten to adults.
  • Worked as a student-teacher; developed each lesson plan and implemented a course curriculum for an adult community ESL class.
  • Provide the basic ESL education to the community as well as clerical responsibilities including collecting tuition payments.
  • Teach and oversee Summer ESL classes and curriculum; coordinate excursions and activities in Southern California
  • Designed and taught a dynamic curriculum for the ESL program (students age 5-18).
  • Implemented Response to Intervention for ESL students who struggled academically in the regular classroom.
  • Worked as part of team to start ESL program at Mount Pleasant Presbyterian Church.
  • Assisted ESL teacher with educating Hispanic adults ranging from ages 25 83.
  • Create a curriculum and teach ESL classes to elementary students.
  • Trained ESL teachers in course preparation and delivery.
  • Supervised five teachers for the ESL department.
  • Volunteer teaching assistant in ESL classroom.
  • Administered both ESL and Bilingual programs.
  • State Middle/High School ESL Teacher.
  • Prepare and teach ESL classes for ECE, middle school and Adult level classes.
  • Instructed 7th and 8th grade ESL students.
  • Deliver multi-level ESL instruction to high school age students from international countries including Europe, Asia, and South America.
  • Web International English Beijing, China ESL Teacher March 2015 - October 2015
  • Lead ESL Teacher in a culturally diverse Pre-K school, .
  • Volunteered: ESL at Camino Nuevo or New Road/New Way

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8. Literacy
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Here's how Literacy is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented standard based thematic units and lessons based on balanced literacy instructional model.
  • Support literacy through implementation of technology programs, guided reading and writing workshop.
  • Attended Professional Development in the implementation and planning of balanced literacy approach.
  • Presented information to literacy coach and fellow teachers.
  • Administered literacy assessments for each individual student.
  • Incorporated family literacy skills into course development.
  • Teach family literacy to immigrant parents
  • Used highly motivating and engaging activities to boost literacy skills, such as performing skits and using interactive whiteboards.
  • Provide literacy and English language instruction to newcomer English language learners in middle school and high school.
  • Monitored student progress in literacy skills and assessed according to district, state and federal requirements.
  • Used data management and exhibited computer literacy (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook).
  • Created unique lesson plans and assessments to enhance learner literacy skills.
  • Led a team of bilingual educators in presenting parent literacy workshops.
  • Assisted teaching entry level English and computer literacy courses to adult students
  • Planned and implemented Balanced Literacy in English and Spanish.
  • Trained 8-12 students at various literacy and communication levels.
  • Developed curriculum to teach life skills and literacy.
  • Studied and taught the Wonders Literacy Program.
  • Implemented literacy centers Tutored third, fourth, and fifth graders to help prepare them for the S.T.A.A.R.
  • Provide instruction to support students literacy and math skills.

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9. Small Group
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Here's how Small Group is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Facilitated small group activities emphasizing critical learning.
  • Divided class into small groups for more individualized lessons, and brought the groups back together to learn as a whole.
  • Planned and taught whole class, small group, and one-on-one lessons, facilitating guided reading, writing, and math groups
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities for up to 50 students with differentiating needs to ensure maximal learning potential.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and colors recognition in English.
  • Tutor students in reading, writing and speaking English, both privately and in small groups.
  • Provide private and small group TOEFL, Business English, and General English lessons to clients
  • Managed a small group of diverse mixed level students in class and on field trips.
  • Improved reading scores through whole class, small group, and individual instruction.
  • Tutored children individually and in small groups to help them with difficult subjects.
  • Worked in small groups, levels ranging from elementary to advanced.
  • Developed ESL program for ages 7-13 for small group pull-out classes.
  • Worked with a small group of adult immigrants and refugees.
  • Worked with writing composition on small groups and one-on-one.
  • Provide 1:1/small group reading instruction for English language learners.
  • Helped develop critical thinking in small group activities.
  • Emphasized critical thinking through small group activities.
  • Conducted small group and individual classroom activities based on differentiated learning needs.
  • Engaged students through humour and activities designed for maximum interaction in large and small groups.
  • engaged a small group of students in weekly English language lessons

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10. Beginner
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Here's how Beginner is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Encouraged speaking-listening activities to enhance Greek learners' vocabulary and introduced phonics teaching to all levels including adult beginners.
  • Helped in teaching pronunciation and basic beginner English vocabulary to adult Cuban Refugees.
  • Developed beginner and advanced classes in Vocabulary and Advanced Writing courses.
  • Designed, developed and implemented an English language course taught to Brazilian street workers at beginner and intermediate English levels.
  • Hired to teach Beginner level students, some with F1 visa status, both minors and adults.
  • Aided cultural assimilation by teaching ESL to adults from Beginner to Proficiency, individually and in groups.
  • Prepare English language lessons for students of varying levels of ability, from Beginners to Advanced.
  • Worked with emergent, beginner, intermediate, and advanced learners to develop language skills.
  • Create and adapt lesson plans used to instruct beginner level to advanced level classes.
  • Assist students in all phases of language learning, from beginners to advanced learners.
  • Design and teach curricula for Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL classes.
  • Planned and taught two beginner classes and two level four intermediate classes.
  • Teach English to Korean Business Adult learners (beginners to advanced)
  • Task-based instructions to Beginner, Intermediate, and Advanced ESL students.
  • Teach English to Chinese students (beginners to advanced)
  • Created curriculum for 6-month course for advanced beginner students.
  • Worked with various levels from beginners to upper intermediate.
  • Alternated teaching 15-30 beginner-level ESL students.
  • Nurtured the English abilities of students varying from absolute beginners to fluent overseas returnees, from three year olds to adults.
  • Teach Life Skills classes for Beginner and Intermediate English comprehension to Iranian, Afghani and Ethiopian Adult Students.

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11. Mathematics
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Here's how Mathematics is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Created and implemented objective driven lessons for literacy and mathematics that engage student participation.
  • Planned and implemented curriculum-based lessons in all core subjects, including language arts, mathematics, science, and social studies.
  • Implemented WIDA standards, incorporating mathematics, science and literacy, into lesson planning.
  • Provided one-on-one tutoring to students who needed more time in reading and mathematics.
  • Collaborated with general education teachers to team teach mathematics and ELA.
  • Experienced in co-teaching model in English and Mathematics classroom.
  • Supported new arrrivals in academic courses ranging the gamut of science, history, family health, and mathematics.
  • Full year of Clinical residency using curriculum models such as Everyday Mathematics, Pearson SuccessNet, and Storytown.

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12. Absent Teacher
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13. Toefl
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Here's how Toefl is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Led intensive classes for local high-school English teachers teaching classroom management, and strategies as well as preparing for the TOEFL.
  • Teach ESL (all levels) to Adult English Language learners including Business English, Citizenship and TOEFL prep classes.
  • Prepared curriculum for elementary and middle school writing and speaking classes as well as high school SAT and TOEFL classes.
  • Developed teaching units & taught all skill areas for children/adults including TOEFL preparation, English for Tourism and Business.
  • Worked individually with students to prepare for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) exam.
  • Offer TOEFL courses to assist students graduating from the school in preparation for the TOEFL test.
  • Proctored exams, taught TOEFL preparation courses, and Advanced Reading ELT-174 for the Education Department.
  • Proctored standardized tests (TOEFL) and led field trips throughout the Bay Area of California.
  • Reviewed and scored students' English proficiency tests based on the TOEFL scoring system.
  • Developed course materials for English reading, writing, speaking, and TOEFL classes.
  • Developed extensive knowledge of TEPS, TOEFL, and ESPT learning tools.
  • Focused on TOEFL and NEAT prep, created lesson plans, set standards
  • Completed training program to teach ESL and administer TOEFL exam.
  • Prepared students for college prep and TOEFL exams.
  • Prepared eleventh grade students for the TOEFL exam.
  • Prepared adults for the TOEFL exam.
  • Focused on SAT, TOEFL prep.
  • Created interactive activities to guide international students toward passage of GRE and TOEFL tests.
  • Organized and developed classes in Grammar, TOEFL iBT, Advanced Writing and Research.
  • Prepared students for the iBT TOEFL exam.

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14. Professional Development
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Here's how Professional Development is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Participated extensively in professional development.
  • Participated in various out of district and district run professional development meetings.
  • Participated frequently in campus and district professional development and sponsored events.
  • Participated in and led professional development to content teachers.
  • Attended all professional development opportunities and parent/teacher conferences.
  • Represented the school at professional development workshops.
  • Attended professional development seminars and meetings.
  • Served as representative within the school and liaison to the district for all ELL professional development and district and state initiatives.
  • Created and presented a 30-minute, professional development lecture to all school professionals on new techniques for helping English language learners.
  • Facilitated Professional Development for teachers to train them in the Workshop Model, Differentiated Instruction, Understanding by Design, etc.
  • Assumed all responsibilities of regular classroom teacher, including professional development, assessments of students and staff meetings.
  • Participate in Professional Developments that will enhance my knowledge as to what is required from an ESL Educator.
  • Collaborate with other ESL instructors at the MACC Instructional Effectiveness and Professional Development Strategy Team meetings.
  • Provided professional development instruction to entire staff with 100% positive feedback approval rating.
  • Attend professional development to gain insight in new and upcoming literacy practices.
  • Supported CTE colleagues with ESL professional development.
  • Attended professional development workshops focused on learning goals and classroom management.
  • Provide professional development to mainstream teachers on how best to help El's succeed in their classes.
  • Presented professional development seminars for the Apollo 20 program in conjunction with Harvard Edlabs.
  • Received multiple Excellences on my professional development feedback for applying the CASAS program.

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15. Social Studies
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Here's how Social Studies is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Monitored student progress in math, English, science, and social studies classes and tutored them in challenge areas.
  • Created and taught ESL social studies class, designed to introduce and build academic skills through authentic social studies content.
  • Developed lesson plans for math, social studies, science, reading, vocabulary and language arts.
  • Provided instruction to junior and senior high ESL students in the areas of English and social studies.
  • Provided ESL services to 3rd grade students, using a push-in model in ELA and Social Studies.
  • Teach other subjects to advanced classes, such as science, writing, and social studies.
  • Collaborated with science and social studies teachers in order to increase academic achievement of ESL students.
  • Prepared and imparted Math, Social Studies, Language Arts and Science lessons to 3rd Graders
  • Developed appropriate level reading materials in Social Studies and Science as needed by EL students.
  • Served on school s parent involvement, Social Studies, Hospitality and School Advisory committees.
  • Prepared adults for the reading, writing, science and social studies GED tests.
  • Created and taught ESL Sheltered History and ESL Sheltered Social Studies courses.
  • Served as a support resource in Social studies and mainstream English classes.
  • Implemented a language arts rich curriculum utilizing social studies and science concepts.
  • Provided additional education in debate, science, and social studies.
  • Planned prepared and delivered lessons in English and Social Studies.
  • Instruct ESL, ELA, math, Science, Social Studies, Art, Gym, Speech and Debate.
  • Teach ESL, Social Studies, and Science in ESL format.
  • Developed and adapted curriculum to the needs to ESL students Taught 2nd -5th grade social studies
  • Instructed math, literacy and social studies to self-contained ELL class Organized creative writing program for ELLs

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16. Class Activities
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Here's how Class Activities is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with faculty members on curriculum development, joint-class activities, and extra-curricular activities.
  • Prepared teaching materials, assessments, and class activities for the ESL class.
  • Supervised class activities for 120-180 primary and middle school students daily.
  • Communicated and wrote report for teacher regarding daily class activities.
  • Prepare materials and classrooms for class activities.
  • Coordinated class activities with teachers.
  • Planned and conducted activities for a balanced program of instruction Prepared materials and classrooms for class activities.

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17. Grade Level
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Here's how Grade Level is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Organized culturally-diverse instructions to students at all ages and grade levels, on how to speak, read and write English.
  • Tutored ESL in after school Aspiring Youth Program: increased reading levels for 6th- 8th graders by 2.5 grade levels.
  • Collaborated with grade level teams for K-2, and RTI intervention team meeting, providing resources and strategies to teachers.
  • Pull ELL students out for individualized instruction to assist them with meeting grade level mastery of all subjects.
  • Planned, prepared, and delivered English language lessons to a range of grade levels and age groups.
  • Differentiate instruction to meet the needs of all learns: above, on, and below grade level.
  • Reorganized grade level curriculum by implementing best practices and researched based strategies to increase student test scores.
  • Facilitated instruction in classes for students ranging in grade level from kindergarten to high school.
  • Develop lesson plans geared to the language level of students and grade level standards.
  • Created lessons plans, up to three grade levels on a daily basis.
  • Increased 6th-8th ESL students reading by 2.5 grade levels from PK level.
  • Provide case management to 52 second language students in all grade levels.
  • Provide sheltered instruction support for different grade level curricula in all subjects.
  • Worked with all grade level students in the ESL program.
  • Developed English language testing materials for all grade levels.
  • Substitute ESL teacher for various grade levels.
  • Applied ESL strategies to grade level curriculum.
  • Attend grade level Focus meetings.
  • Be part of school meetings (area + grade level + staff).
  • Planned and implemented curriculum for numerous grade levels and abilities Mentored new teachers and helped them adjust to life in Korea

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18. Literature
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Here's how Literature is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Used creativity to produce own teaching materials to supplement and enhance existing literature.
  • Created and implemented interdisciplinary literature study based on international theme.
  • Conducted specialized tutorials on British and American Literature.
  • Helped students interpret literature and poetry.
  • Instructed students on interpreting literature.
  • Integrated literature, phonics activities and technology to ensure that each student was able to comprehend and retain concepts and language.
  • Focused on providing recent immigrant students with the tools to access English language literature with an emphasis on critical thinking skills.
  • Instructed students how to develop communication and thinking skills through the integrated study of language, literature and writing.
  • Serve as interpreter between parents and school staff and translate school documents, forms or literature as needed.
  • Design, plan, and teach 7th through 11th grade literature curriculum Co-direct the Holy Spirit School Annual Play
  • Master of Arts in Spanish Literature and Education, September 2004 Lehman College, Bronx, NY.
  • Coordinated independent study classes that allowed students to immerse themselves in self- selected works of literature.
  • Designed ESL curricula using a wide variety of technology, fields, literature and teaching techniques.
  • Teach communication arts and literature to 5th, 6th and 7th grade second language students.
  • Involved students in formal exercises, language games and literature to improve learning skills.
  • Give Literature and Grammar to student of 12ve grade.
  • Teach Cambridge Curriculum standards Grammar, essay writing, literature, conversation, and TOEFL.
  • Grade - Advanced English Teaching - Reading: English Literature & Writing Skills
  • Instructed a pre-literature level ESL class for adult women.
  • Integrated language arts and social studies with multicultural literature .. Utilized technology-assisted learning * Promoted cross-cultural awareness through film and music

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Here's how Communication is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated communication between students and school administration to create an effective and culturally-sensitive learning environment.
  • Assisted students in developing and delivering corporate presentations, internal documents and customer communications.
  • Assist in the communication of needs/concerns between special education administrators and special education staff.
  • Utilized technology and integrated it to provide an effective learning and communication tool.
  • Solved communication questions caused by students' limited English proficiency and cultural differences.
  • Co-led a two-day conference for Colombian teachers about intercultural communication and motivation
  • Use effective communication skills to present information accurately and clearly.
  • Facilitated communication between American parents and the school director.
  • Collaborated with administration in communication with Spanish speaking families.
  • Instructed Spanish speaking community with basic English communication skills.
  • Enhanced interpersonal communications between native and Korean speakers.
  • Instructed ESL classes to high school students to broaden their communication and ability to thrive in communal and academic settings.
  • Developed communication skills by teaching one-hour advanced English classes twice a week to a group of twenty gifted students.
  • Assess students' progress through both formal and informal assessments including observations and communication with other teachers.
  • Served as an intercultural communication representative for Korean, Russian, Chinese, and Japanese students.
  • Maintain direct lines of communication with District Office and all vendors involved with program.
  • Attend Parent Leadership Council meetings for ongoing communication between parents and the community.
  • Promoted good communication by encouraging students to make oral responses to written questions.
  • Achieved the best communication between school units.
  • Stimulated parents involvement through teacher-parent conferences, regular phone calls home, and face-to-face communication.

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Here's how American Culture is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed lessons focused on conversational English and functional skills to facilitate assimilation into American culture.
  • Assisted refugee families in becoming familiar with American culture and their surroundings
  • Provided assistance assimilating students to the American Culture.
  • Planned & executed daily excursions with groups of 15-20 students to the city that exposed students to the American culture.
  • Cultivated learning about American culture and led classes on field trips to expand students' knowledge of the United States.
  • Developed and facilitated weekly lesson plans designed to teach both English language and American culture to students.
  • Adapted ESL curriculum from existing and original sources, and taught daily language and American culture classes.
  • Provided one on one and group instruction on the English language and Hawaiian and American culture.
  • Instructed Chinese exchange students in ESL and American culture during a summer exchange program
  • Instructed students grades 7 to 9 in American culture and practical English applications.
  • Facilitate ESL curriculum focused on American culture to Asian high school students.
  • Educated students in English grammar, conversational speaking, and American culture.
  • Content included Art History, Business Marketing and American culture through film.
  • Used contented based materials to teach American culture and history.
  • Teach English and American Culture to a class of Refugees.
  • Prepared lesson plans and weekly projects reflecting American culture.
  • Incorporated American culture and social norms into instructional lesson plans to promote successful communication and interaction with American population.
  • Helped students to better understand American culture through organized excursions and authentic materials in the classroom.
  • Fall 2004-Spring 2005) Assisted French middle-school teachers in the classroom with a focus on oral communication and American culture.
  • Organized monthly events to emerge the students in the american culture and knowledge of the English language.

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  • Helped mediate problematic situations through rapport establishment and conflict resolution.
  • Monitor official Cambridge ESOL examinations following CambridgeESOL standards and guidelines.
  • Evaluate candidates for Cambridge ESOL speaking exams as a registered evaluating assessor and interlocutor for International House and The Anglo Foundation.
  • Resulted in on-site ESOL classes for adults, a drop in absences, and higher ELL retention and test scores.
  • Provide training for classroom teachers in lesson modification, teaching strategies, and ESOL guidelines, policies and programs.
  • Train teachers (novice to experienced) in four-week intensive TESOL Certificate programs (four sessions per year).
  • Participate and report back on learning strategies gathered at 2016 annual CATESOL conference in San Diego.
  • Provided English language instruction for secondary and primary ESOL students throughout Carroll County public schools.
  • Developed conflict resolution plans and workshops for foreign and domestic teachers in bilingual school.
  • Planned for and provided English language instruction for ESOL students with limited English proficiency.
  • Designed curriculum materials, cross-referenced with state TESOL and content area standards.
  • Teach four-week intensive ESOL courses (communicative English and academic writing).
  • Attend local, state, and ESOL sponsored professional development workshops.
  • Instruct and coach exam candidates for Cambridge ESOL and TOEFL exams.
  • Provided ESOL Examiner services and supervised ESOL staff.
  • Prepared students for Cambridge ESOL and TOEFL examinations.
  • Identified, analyzed, and resolved problems within my classroom Recommended methods for my students to progress in my class.
  • Collaborated with local priests and teachers to implement TESOL strategies Instructed intermediate and advanced English classes to grades 3-5
  • Communicate with the employees, provide them facilities as per their needs and resolve their complaints and issues.
  • Led a high impact presentation of, Technology and Manipulatives at the TexTESOL State Convention.

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  • Assisted new teachers with curriculum planning and modification.
  • Helped develop weekly promotional classes, monthly marketing events, recruit new teachers, helped develop new textbooks
  • Participated in and acted at lead team teacher in training courses for new teachers.
  • Trained and assisted 10+ new teachers throughout the year through class observation and presentation.
  • Trained new teachers to the institute and produced videos demonstrating the teaching method.
  • Assisted with ESL department administration duties, and the training of new teachers.
  • Trained new teachers on school standards, materials, and classroom management.
  • Cooperated with and assisted new teachers as part of team-teaching curriculum.
  • Train and assist new teachers in the school curriculum and methodology.
  • Assisted with the training of new teachers ESL Interventionist for grades Kinder-5th
  • Trained new teachers and mentored student teachers from UC Berkeley.
  • Trained new teachers to the institutes teaching method.
  • Coordinated and taught new teachers the school methodology.
  • Mentor new teachers for the ESL program.
  • Assisted in recruiting and training new teachers.
  • Instructed new teachers on effective teaching methods.
  • Instructed and supervised 3 new teachers.
  • Trained new teachers upon their arrival.
  • Assisted in hiring new teachers alongside Douglass administration 1.
  • Advise students in academic matters Interview new teachers Monitor teachers' performance and lesson planning

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Here's how Wida is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared and taught language acquisition lessons daily while integrating the Common Core Curriculum Standards and WIDA Standards.
  • Be part of school meetings Communicate parents about WIDA scores and placement in ESL classes.
  • Administer standardized assessments: WIDA-ACCESS Test, WIDA: W-APT and Pennsylvania State System Assessment.
  • Placed students in level-appropriate classes based on WIDA ACCESS scores and interview.
  • Create a report for teachers according to WIDA scores Middle.
  • Administered the WIDA ACCESS test annually.
  • Correlated instruction to the WIDA standards.
  • Communicate parents about WIDA scores.
  • Administer EOGS, WIDA, STAR, and other tests to ESL students.
  • Administered the ACCESS (WIDA) for all K students.
  • Administered WIDA, PSSA, & Keystone Testing.
  • Trained in SIOP and WIDA testing.
  • implement WIDA standards; organize and analyze data; create goals; schedule meetings; manage ESL department, communicate with families
  • Lead ELPT who attends district trainings, administers WIDA ACCESS tests, and develops new ESL curriculum.
  • Facilitated English language proficiency objectives aligned with Common Core Standards Administered WIDA and ACCESS (K-9th grade)
  • Screened in-coming students using the WIDA screener to develop a student caseload.
  • Create and administer summative, formative, and WiDA assessments.
  • Coordinated and administered WIDA ACCESS for ELLs.
  • Administered the WIDA ACCCESS for ELLs.
  • Coordinated and administered WIDA ACCESS for ELLs and WIDA ACCESS Field Test 2.0.

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Here's how Powerpoint is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Required heavy class preparation to supplement the curriculum including extensive use of PowerPoint and other audio/visual tools.
  • Proofread and enhanced client PowerPoint presentations and other work related documents.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans using PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created instructional materials and presentations in PowerPoint.
  • Created and delivered PowerPoint presentations.
  • Used Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint to design activities for students.
  • Expand horizons, complete excel documents documenting progress of students and PowerPoints.
  • Experience with Microsoft Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Utilized Microsoft PowerPoint, MS Word, and MS Excel.
  • Developed lesson plans using Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
  • Prepared supplemental materials (PowerPoints, handouts etc.)
  • Prepared PowerPoint games and taught mock-teaching classes.
  • Fostered a comfortable and stimulating learning environment using realia, interactive PowerPoint presentations and chants.
  • Prepare informational, and educational powerpoint lesson plans for all academic levels.
  • Implemented my computer skills to teach my lessons using a Smartboard, a projector, Microsoft Office Word and PowerPoint.
  • Integrated multiple forms of technology and media in lessons such as PowerPoint, Yoku, and story building software.
  • Create ESL lesson plans via PowerPoint by utilizing online resources Teaches English as Second Language to both adults and children
  • Created worksheets, PowerPoint and Prezi presentations, and game materials.
  • Created unique language presentations using powerpoint/google slides technology.
  • Maintain all manner of computer records through programs such as MS office--utilizing spreadsheet , letter, powerpoint functions.

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Here's how Ielts is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared academic writing preparing students for community college studies/TOEFL and IELTS.
  • Facilitated oral English discussions and classes for high school and university students preparing for IELTS / TOEFL tests and study abroad.
  • Led classes on general English as well as business and IELTS.
  • Focus: Speaking for the IELTS exam and general conversation topics
  • Tutored college aged students to complete TOEFL and IELTS exams.
  • Tutored students in TOEFL, IELTS, and Conversational English.
  • Proctored and graded mock IELTS Oral and Listening examinations.
  • Prepared students for national exams such as IELTS.
  • Prepared students for IELTS examinations.
  • Tutored and advised students on TOEFL, IELTS, SAT and ACT testing.
  • Provided private VIP instruction for SAT, IELTS, and LSAT students.
  • Prepared students for SAT, IELTS, and TOEFL.
  • Provide test prep for IELTS and TOEFL.
  • Prepared high school students for International English Language Testing System (IELTS) Advanced Oral English and Intermediate Listening examinations.
  • Tutored individual students in TOFEL & IELTS Taught & advised courses of all set levels.
  • Prepared trainees to sit for IELTS - Prepared and taught translation programs (Eng.

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26. Special Education
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Here's how Special Education is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Provided instruction/tutoring to English language learners in Special Education; provided required interventions/support in Spanish.
  • Collaborated with educational planning team for referral to special education and social emotional issues.
  • Administered ACCESS testing to all students including special education with their accommodations.
  • Experienced teacher Elementary-Adult students in ESL, Special Education and Drama/Communications.
  • Developed, prepared and led EFL lessons, school-wide assemblies, and private tutoring sessions for special education students.
  • Write and plan lessons to meet the needs of all learners including special education and English Language Learners.
  • Maintained required attendance, academic and Special Education records in compliance with the DOET of Professionalism.
  • Teamed up with Special Education teacher who reported the specific classes results to me every month.
  • Work closely with classroom teachers (including special education teachers) in providing service
  • Collaborate with Reading and Special Education Teacher to plan and implement lessons.
  • Instructed students as a Special Education teacher for one year.
  • Experienced across grade levels in special education.
  • Power Hour- Michigan state funded enrichment program Beth Shalom special education teacher
  • Assisted Special Education case managers to determine eligibility for ELs.

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27. ELA
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Here's how ELA is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Maintain outside related training requirements.
  • Facilitate learning through establishing a relationship with the students, parents, colleagues, and the administration.
  • Developed English lesson plans in line with NYS CCSS, Social Studies, and ELA curricula.
  • Conducted Seminars for Groups of Students with Specific Language Needs Related to Their Company Requirements.
  • Establish and maintain communication with parents relative to the student's needs and progress.
  • Tutored, assisted and mentored ESL students and exceptional students with school related subjects.
  • Help to improve excellent and meaningful relations with students, educators and parents.
  • Established positive relationships with students, parents, fellow teachers and school administrators/staff.
  • Cooperated with ELA teachers with push-in model to support content-based language strategies.
  • Prepared students for state assessments in ELA.
  • Fostered a strong relationship with students.
  • Freelance graphics contracts, Ann Arbor, MI.
  • Prepared students to ELA REGENTS EXAM.
  • Improved communication between refugee families and school through strengthening community relationships.
  • EXPERIENCE Created programs for students, staff, and parents to promote improved communication and relationships between all parties involved.
  • Gained respect and maintained an extremely positive working relationship with students age 13-15 and staff of all ages.
  • Collect, record and report all necessary information related to students in a timely manner.
  • Identified students eligible for ESL and Special Education services Taught self-contained Special Education ELA class
  • Administered CELA to Kindergarten through Eighth grade ELLs.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans * Tutored one-on-one with student * Perform clerical duties related to attendance activities.

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28. Instructional Materials
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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinate instructional related and testing activities with other professional staff -Utilize a variety of instructional materials
  • Collaborated with teachers to prepare instructional materials that facilitated students' English Language Learning.
  • Developed curriculum and produced instructional materials for a student population of 900.
  • Analyzed, designed, developed, implemented, and evaluated instructional materials.
  • Planned and implemented meaningful lessons using a variety of instructional materials.
  • Selected textbooks, equipment and other instructional materials.
  • Prepare differentiated lessons and other instructional materials.
  • Selected and evaluated instructional materials.
  • Adapt and modify teaching methods and instructional materials to meet student's varying needs and interests.
  • Assist in selection of books, equipment, and other Adult Basic Education instructional materials.
  • Prepare teaching modules and instructional materials to foreign and local instructors.
  • Develop and adapt instructional materials to fit current classroom climate.
  • Created course syllabus, lesson plans, and instructional materials

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29. AGE Groups
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Here's how AGE Groups is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Demonstrated proficiency in adapting to and working with all language levels and age groups, ranging from age 7 to adults.
  • Planed and delivered ESL material to various age groups, including adults & high school students.
  • Planned, prepared and delivered lessons to a range of classes and age groups.
  • Volunteered evenings to teach free English classes to villagers from all age groups.
  • Worked with ESL students in a variety of age groups and levels
  • Worked with different age groups from children to adults.
  • Instructed students of different age groups and learning abilities.
  • Age Groups: 17 and upwards.
  • work with Korean children of varying age groups: from 5- .

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30. K-5
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Here's how K-5 is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with colleagues (certified American and Canadian teachers) to create students- centered lessons for children of K-5.
  • Incorporated and adapted ESL Immersion principles and best practices for L2 acquisition using Investigations K-5 mathematics curriculum.
  • Provided small and large group ESL instruction to students grades k-5 to 8th grade.
  • Planned and taught Ell students in a K-5 pullout program for two elementary schools.
  • Instruct K-5 students with all aspects of Language Arts and some basic Math skills.
  • Served as primary contact for the school's ESL program for grades K-5.
  • Planned and implemented small group interventions and targeted instruction for K-5 students.
  • Worked with children in grades K-5 in pullout and in-class models.
  • Led and organized Halloween party for K-5 students and their parents.
  • Served as a liaison with schools/district, K-5 Social Studies.
  • Provided ESL services for students from PK-5th grade.
  • Lead district staff development, K-5 staff.
  • Teach English as A second language classes for grades K-5.
  • Head ESL teacher for the school in grades K-5.
  • Organized first school Science Fair (K-5).
  • Administered the Pre- and LAS Links to evaluate and identify K-5 students who qualify for ESL services.
  • Utilized songs, kinesthetic learning with all English Language Learners to teach English with grades K-5.
  • Worked in 5 classrooms with ESL students from K-5 grades Prepared materials for teachers as needed

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Here's how Homework Assignments is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Prepared classroom coursework materials, homework assignments, and other important teaching materials.
  • Planned and organized weekly lesson, included classroom activities and homework assignments.
  • Managed classroom and homework assignments, and monitored student performance.
  • Created internet based homework assignments.
  • Planned and conducted lessons, administered tests, logged grades and student progress, checked and graded homework assignments
  • Provide feedback on homework assignments and writing task in preparation for end of term exams.
  • Developed lesson plans, teaching materials, and homework assignments for over 65 students.
  • Created lesson plans, course material, class lectures and homework assignments.
  • Created books, homework assignments, and activities to accommodate each student.
  • Prepare classroom and coursework materials, homework assignments, and handouts.
  • Developed lesson plans, reviewed and graded in-class and homework assignments.
  • Created Website to support students through homework assignments.
  • Created specified lesson plans and created homework assignments.
  • Assigned and graded routine classwork and homework assignments.
  • Volunteered unpaid tutoring hours to slower learners; including creation of tailored homework assignments, post-lessondiscussion, and regular check-ins.
  • Prepared course materials including homework assignments and handouts.
  • Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

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32. K-12
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Here's how K-12 is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Experience servicing virtually every population of students from Pre-K-12.
  • Tutor struggling students grades 5-8 individually after school as well as interview and complete admissions testing for potential students grades K-12.
  • Assess all LEP students K-12 for ESOL Program eligibility as necessary and for the annual assessment of all LEP students.
  • Worked with K-12 staff supporting ELL students with language lessons and individualized instruction in 4-5 schools throughout the district.
  • Coached in-service teachers, including graduates of BTR as well as mentor teachers in cooperating K-12 schools.
  • Head ESL instructor with 4 years of experience planning and developing curriculum for students K-12.
  • Researched and identify appropriate curriculum for school system and teach K-12 students.
  • Developed curriculum for Preschool, K-12 and adult classes promoting interactive learning.
  • Worked with students in grades 4K-12th in all buildings each week.
  • Create lessons, conduct evaluations for ELL in grades K-12.
  • Instructed small-group ESL classes to students in grades K-12th.
  • Prepared and taught lessons to students in grades K-12.
  • Developed and implemented a PreK-12 ESL program.
  • Serviced K-12 ESL students in the district.
  • Implemented instruction for grades K-12 & adults Daegu & Inchon

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Here's how Content Areas is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Coordinated and developed ESL curriculum to align instruction with mainstream curriculum in content areas.
  • Coordinated curriculum and theme based assignments, incorporating multiple content areas.
  • Administered bi-monthly assessments in all content areas.
  • Support English Language Learners in all content areas by providing some background knowledge to the topic that the students are learning.
  • Provided both push-in and pull-out English language support for content areas in grades 5-8 including math, science, social studies.
  • Planned and implemented instruction for students in the content areas of reading, writing, and science.
  • Instruct K-8 ELL students with a cross-curricular approach focused on Literacy in all content areas.
  • Fashioned learning centers and small groups which provided differentiated instruction for all content areas.
  • Provided scaffolding and support to aid ELL students in their grade level content areas.
  • Trained cluster teachers on how to implement ESL strategies in the content areas.
  • Prepared materials for teachers regarding ELL instruction in content areas.
  • Supported the language of different content areas.
  • Work with and assist teachers from other content areas to differentiate instruction for second-language learners.

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Here's how Cultural Backgrounds is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Create a fun and interactive learning environment for students with diverse learning needs and cultural backgrounds.
  • Teach English classes to more than 100 students coming from diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Tutored 10 refugees of different cultural backgrounds, teaching life skills.
  • Lead English and Civics classes for adults from diverse multicultural backgrounds.
  • Experienced in working with adults/children from diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Exposed to diverse cultural backgrounds and experiences.
  • Instruct ESL and RTi students in small group and one on one for diverse cultural backgrounds.
  • Teach self-contained English and science concepts to over 80 high school students from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds.
  • Instructed adults from diverse cultural backgrounds Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced Levels

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Here's how Siop is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Provide ESL instruction to students in Kindergarten through 6th grade implementing WIDA standards and practices, SIOP, and KAGAN strategies.
  • Trained in delivery of the SIOP Model in the classroom and trained as a trained to delivery material district wide.
  • Transform core content classroom practice through continued SIOP support, lesson design, mentoring, observations, and coaching.
  • Completed a SIOP training at William Patterson University and implemented lessons on a daily basis using SIOP model.
  • Prepared effective SIOP lessons plans conformed to school curriculum & catered to a variety of learning styles.
  • Developed lesson plans (SIOP) and instructional materials and provides individualized small group instruction,.
  • Lead professional development and training to faculty on SIOP and WIDA methods.
  • Worked with WIDA and trained teachers on WIDA curriculum and SIOP strategies
  • Worked with teachers to incorporate SIOP lesson plans in the classroom.
  • Trained in Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP).
  • Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) teacher leader/trainer.
  • Attended TESOL conferences and completed SIOP training.
  • Follow WIDA Consortium for SIOP teaching.
  • Experience with many methodologies including SIOP.
  • Utilize SIOP Model for lessons.
  • Have taught students grades 5-8 ESL, Science, English Language Arts using SIOP and WIDA.
  • Prepare and structure lessons and units based on latest learning theories and research Prepared lessons in accordance with SIOP and Workshop models
  • Instruct K-1 with Fundations, as well as content-rich curriculum using the SIOP method.
  • Completed SIOP (Sheltered Instruction) training and implemented schoolwide.
  • Adapted SIOP model and following Danielson Framework.

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Here's how Taiwan is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented an intensified English teaching curriculum for a prestigious Taiwanese Bible Training School
  • Used PowerPoint lessons and online audiovisual software to teach English to adult students in Taiwan via the internet.
  • Worked together with my Taiwanese co-teachers to help children learn the English language.
  • Worked with Taiwanese youth and young adults providing self-esteem and self worth workshops.
  • Assisted in starting a local faith community in Kaohsiung, Taiwan.
  • Provided private English tutoring for the native Taiwanese teachers.
  • Hosted and led three annual area trainings for summer camp programs and special performances for over 60 foreign and Taiwanese staff.
  • Traveled with a Taiwanese camp of 60 students, aged 8-18, to Singapore for a 2-week English immersion experience.

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37. Different Levels
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Here's how Different Levels is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Evaluated students and developed curriculum for the different levels.
  • Created lesson plans, organized, and taught classes to students of different levels, aged four to thirteen.
  • Lead six to eight classes daily of Korean English learners of different levels, from beginner to fluent.
  • Used a variety of method to reach all the different levels I taught daily.
  • Communicated well with students at different levels of proficiency with the English language.
  • Monitored the student's performance and moved them to different levels accordingly.
  • Delivered ESL classes to students at different levels of instruction.
  • Developed assessments according to the different levels taught.
  • Worked closely with students at different levels.
  • Established curriculum and new classes for adult learners to better accommodate many different levels of English
  • Conduct many different levels of ESL classes for students just graduating high school.
  • Differentiated instruction for different levels and content for ELLs.

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Here's how Non-Native Speakers is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Participated with the adult literacy programs teaching language and other basic skills to adults who are non-native speakers of English.
  • Be responsible for designing the curriculum, creating instructional materials, and teaching non-native speakers American English pronunciation and speaking.
  • Teach English grammar and conversation skills to non-native speakers of different ages (age 16-adult) through varied methods.
  • Worked with variety of ages and levels, including basic non-native speakers seeking admission into top high-schools and universities.
  • Engaged non-native speakers of English in activities and assignments that helped them develop social and academic language skills.
  • Teach English as a second language to support non-native speakers through small group classes and individual instruction.
  • Worked with non-native speakers of English to help them develop social and academic language skills.
  • Created lesson plans to teach non-native speakers to read, write and speak English.
  • Teach English as a second language to non-native speakers and serve diverse communities.
  • Instructed non-native speakers in grammar, idiomatic speech, and advanced composition.
  • Assessed individuals (non-native speakers) to determine English Proficiency level.
  • Worked with non-native speakers to improve English fluency and basic conversational skills
  • Job Descriptions:-Teaching English to non-native speakers
  • Be responsible for designing the curriculum, creating instructional materials,and teaching non-native speakers TOEFL writing skills.

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40. Staff Members
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Here's how Staff Members is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Identified at risk ESL students, and cooperated with other staff members in helping such students become successful in their classes.
  • Observed, researched, prepared, delivered and evaluated workshops and individual teacher training regarding English Language Acquisition to staff members.
  • Trained staff members on utilizing the proper programs to represent and analyze student data in order to drive their instruction.
  • Collaborated with other staff members to plan and schedule lessons that promote learning, following approved curricula.
  • Acted as a liaison between the student and other teachers, staff members and family.
  • Collaborated with staff members and assessed ESL students using the ACCESS exam and WIDA standards.
  • Collaborated staff members and suggested new ideas during weekly staff meetings.
  • Served as translator for parents and staff members.
  • Supervised 9 ESL staff members.
  • Assisted all staff members with Chinese holiday events and fieldtrips.

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41. Special Needs
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Here's how Special Needs is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Used student-centered teaching by developing individual learning plans, identifying personal language goals, special needs and cultural expectations.
  • Provide extra assistance to students with special needs, such as non-English-speaking students or those with physical and mental disabilities.
  • Modified the general program education curriculum for special needs ELL students based on a variety of instructional techniques and technologies.
  • Designed and implemented English language program for five to thirteen year old Bosnian children, some with special needs.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of students' backgrounds, cultures, skills, language proficiency, interests, and special needs.
  • Aided the needs of special needs blind children aged 4-10 while instructing the children how to swim.
  • Integrated students with special needs (some severe) into my classroom's ongoing learning activities.
  • Created ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder) program to serve students with special needs.
  • Teach special needs (autistic) students an introduction to the English language.
  • Developed creative activities for special needs campers for ages 6-70.
  • Served on IEP committees for special needs students.
  • Instructed two special needs students in E.S.L.
  • Vary instruction based on learner strengths and styles; visual, auditory, kinesthetic, special needs.
  • Supported children with Special Needs together with ESL according to Individualized Education Programs (IEPs).
  • Interacted heavily with an EXCEL Program, similar to that of a special needs program.
  • Adapted learning activities to accommodate students with special needs or at different English levels.
  • Worked with multi-cultural, special needs and at-risk students.
  • Created a program for special needs students to socially engage and interact with specially trained service animals "Work with Woof"

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Here's how Public Schools is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Represented Omaha Public Schools at the National Council of Teachers of English Conference
  • Provide ACCESS testing as Test Coordinator for Wake County Public Schools.
  • Certified substitute teacher for Grades K to 12 for the Hunterdon County Public Schools in New Jersey.

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43. Private Lessons
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Here's how Private Lessons is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Give private lessons to children with individual attention and material to improve grammar and literacy skills.
  • Prepared private lessons for clients wishing to improve their English languages skills.
  • Teach group and private lessons.
  • Offer private lessons as requested.
  • Teach group and private lessons which range from class sizes of 1 - 12 students per class.
  • Instructed classes of up to 20 students and provided private lessons.

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Here's how Skype is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Teach English as a second language to Japanese students of all ages over Skype.
  • Prepare lesson plans and teach the fundamentals of English to Korean Students through Skype.
  • Conduct video chat sessions over Skype and correct scripts written by students.
  • Communicated regularly with parents via Skype or other means.
  • Teach English or French to students online via Skype.

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Here's how K-6 is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Provide K-6 ESL instruction, beginner through advanced/transitional, using both push-in and pull-out models aligned with Common Core standards.
  • Coordinated with teachers, administrators, specialists district director to maintain and organize K-6 ESL assessment.
  • Utilized Indiana College and Career Standards and ACCESS scores to work with K-6 grades.
  • Provided pull out K-6 student support within a small group setting.
  • Evaluate students level of proficiencly, create curriculum, teach K-6 grades.
  • Grade K-6, Jeddah, S.A.

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46. Mandarin
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Here's how Mandarin is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Engaged Mandarin speaking students and taught English as a second language on a daily basis.
  • Instructed classes in colloquial and technical English, providing clarification in Mandarin when necessary.
  • Required an intermediate understanding of the Chinese (Mandarin) language.
  • Mastered basic Chinese (Mandarin) to overcome a language barrier.
  • Teach Mandarin 1-3, Mandarin Honor and Co-teach AP Chinese.
  • Learned to speak and read Mandarin Chinese at an elementary level
  • Teach Mandarin to all four levels in High School.
  • Enhanced 100+ Korean students on academic test preparation Studied Mandarin Chinese and other Asian cultures

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47. Extracurricular Activities
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Here's how Extracurricular Activities is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Sponsor extracurricular activities such as clubs, student organizations, and academic contests.
  • Volunteered for extracurricular activities, including English lessons for my Korean co-workers.
  • Volunteered for extracurricular activities, including student plays and performances.
  • Assisted older children with homework and other extracurricular activities.
  • Organized and implemented extracurricular activities, conversation classes.
  • Coordinated extracurricular activities, clubs and tutorial classes.
  • Coordinate student's participation in extracurricular activities.
  • Participate in meetings and extracurricular activities.
  • Coordinated English camps and extracurricular activities.
  • Assisted with extracurricular activities within the district aimed to improve student's interest in English as a second language.
  • Established extracurricular activities for students including: Soccer, Photography Club, Film Club and Tutoring programs.
  • Organized extracurricular activities such as senior prom, senior trip, dances and talent shows.
  • Participate in extracurricular activities such as Theatre, Spelling Bee Competition, Multicultural Events, etc.

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48. Seoul
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Here's how Seoul is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Worked as an ESL teacher in Seoul, South Korea.

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49. Toeic
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Here's how Toeic is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Used and taught different curriculum: Intensive Business English, Grammar, TOEFL, TOEIC, Oral Communication, ESP courses.
  • Helped young professionals improve their TOEIC scores through a blended learning program.
  • Updated and designed curriculum for job interview and TOEIC Speaking preparation classes.
  • Worked on TOEIC and TOEFL preparation skills with the teens.
  • Designed testing for TOEIC performance and improved scores 4 percent.
  • Instructed a TOEIC preparation course.
  • Served as the TOEIC/TOEFL coordinator.
  • Achieved the highest score among the teachers on the ETS TOEIC exam (985).
  • Instructed Starter, Movers, TOEIC, EAP (English For Academic Purposes)
  • Specialized in review classes for the TOEIC and the TOEFL.
  • Conducted classes for the TOEFL and the TOEIC Taught ESL classes to all levels of ESL students.

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50. Weekly Basis
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Here's how Weekly Basis is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Meet with parents on a weekly basis to discuss the following week's plans, as well as any disciplinary problems.
  • Progress monitor students on a weekly basis for changes in student's language level and make proper modifications to lessons.
  • Led lectures for adults on a weekly basis, teaching conversational English to businessmen and college students.
  • Developed lesson plans for students on a weekly basis.
  • Created meaningful lesson plans on a weekly basis.
  • Worked one-on-one with students on a weekly basis.

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20 Most Common Skills For An ESL Teacher

Language

28.3%

Classroom Management

20.9%

Lesson Plans

12.1%

Curriculum Development

10.4%

Grammar

5.7%

Student Learning

2.9%

ESL

2.5%

Literacy

1.9%

Small Group

1.8%

Beginner

1.8%

Mathematics

1.7%

Absent Teacher

1.7%

Toefl

1.5%

Professional Development

1.3%

Social Studies

1.0%

Class Activities

1.0%

Grade Level

0.9%

Literature

0.9%

Communication

0.8%

American Culture

0.8%
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Typical Skill-Sets Required For An ESL Teacher

Rank Skill
1 Language 25.5%
2 Classroom Management 18.8%
3 Lesson Plans 10.9%
4 Curriculum Development 9.4%
5 Grammar 5.2%
6 Student Learning 2.6%
7 ESL 2.2%
8 Literacy 1.8%
9 Small Group 1.7%
10 Beginner 1.7%
11 Mathematics 1.6%
12 Absent Teacher 1.5%
13 Toefl 1.3%
14 Professional Development 1.1%
15 Social Studies 0.9%
16 Class Activities 0.9%
17 Grade Level 0.8%
18 Literature 0.8%
19 Communication 0.7%
20 American Culture 0.7%
21 Esol 0.6%
22 New Teachers 0.5%
23 Wida 0.5%
24 Powerpoint 0.4%
25 Ielts 0.4%
26 Special Education 0.4%
27 ELA 0.4%
28 Instructional Materials 0.4%
29 AGE Groups 0.4%
30 K-5 0.4%
31 Homework Assignments 0.4%
32 K-12 0.3%
33 Content Areas 0.3%
34 Cultural Backgrounds 0.3%
35 Siop 0.3%
36 Taiwan 0.3%
37 Different Levels 0.3%
38 Non-Native Speakers 0.3%
39 Undergraduate Courses 0.3%
40 Staff Members 0.3%
41 Special Needs 0.3%
42 Public Schools 0.3%
43 Private Lessons 0.2%
44 Skype 0.2%
45 K-6 0.2%
46 Mandarin 0.2%
47 Extracurricular Activities 0.2%
48 Seoul 0.2%
49 Toeic 0.2%
50 Weekly Basis 0.2%
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