Top ESL Teacher Skills

Below we've compiled a list of the most important skills for an ESL Teacher. We ranked the top skills based on the percentage of ESL Teacher resumes they appeared on. For example, 22.3% of ESL Teacher resumes contained Language Arts as a skill. Let's find out what skills an ESL Teacher actually needs in order to be successful in the workplace.

The six most common skills found on ESL Teacher resumes in 2020. Read below to see the full list.

1. Language Arts

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Here's how Language Arts is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Helped develop the approved curriculum in the subject matters areas of language arts, math, social studies and reading.
  • Provided classroom instruction in the subjects of ESL, Social Studies and English Language Arts for grades six through ten.
  • Designed curriculum using technology and the arts for students preparing to take the New York State English Language Arts Regents.
  • Teach English Language Arts and ESL to students in grades six through eight in a top international school.
  • Served on committee for Curriculum Development for English/Language Arts and well as for English as a Second Language.
  • Developed Reading and Language Arts lesson plans and individualized instruction for Kindergarten through 8th grade second language students.
  • Devised and delivered stimulating10th through 12th grade Language Arts curriculum that met and exceeded California State requirements.
  • Utilized both the pullout and an inclusion model to provide appropriate instruction focusing on language arts.
  • Collaborate with core teachers to differentiate curriculum in grades K-8 science, math and language arts.
  • Prepared and imparted Math, Social Studies, Language Arts and Science lessons to 3rd Graders
  • Designed and differentiated language arts lessons for English as a Second Language students.
  • Planned and implemented English Language Arts curriculum following New York State Educational Standards.
  • Developed and taught an ESL program in elementary language arts for Hispanic children.
  • Plan for and implement state required skills for 6-12th grade language arts.
  • Served on the committee to design and write the language arts curriculum.
  • Implemented a language arts rich curriculum utilizing social studies and science concepts.
  • Enhanced Language Arts and Math Programs with web-based sites and projects.
  • Increased the school's API test scores in Language Arts by 130% within the first year.
  • Teach Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies ESL, and Bilingual.
  • Create and teach English/ Language Arts lessons to students who are English Language Learners (ELLs).

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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.
  • Established successful classroom management techniques which created a positive learning environment by promoting student accountability.
  • Utilized classroom management techniques and language learning activities to ensure an effective language learning experience.
  • Instituted positive classroom management strategies and disciplinary rules that effectively handled challenging behavioral issues.
  • Administered successful proactive classroom management plan, demonstrating effective behavior management with diverse students.
  • Aided in utilizing instructional and classroom management systems to support a high-quality learning environment.
  • Organized professional development workshops geared toward teaching styles and classroom management.
  • Maintain classroom management with a combination of positive reinforcements and routines.
  • Trained new teachers in classroom management and curriculum development.
  • Administered lesson objectives through effective classroom management techniques.
  • Instituted positive reinforcement and motivational classroom management strategies.
  • Implemented classroom management techniques to achieve student success.
  • Handled classroom management and curriculum implementation.
  • Implemented solutions for classroom management challenges.
  • Exhibit excellent classroom management skills.
  • Maintained effective classroom management procedures.
  • Mentor of incoming teachers to school center, giving training in lesson planning, classroom management, and childhood education theory.
  • Led intensive classes for local high-school English teachers teaching classroom management, and strategies as well as preparing for the TOEFL.
  • Mentored 6 Arab teachers in behavior methodologies, classroom management, organization, and use of English.
  • Designed and implemented 40 minute lesson plans and classroom management systems suitable to each class and level.

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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.
  • Developed and implemented innovative ESL lesson plans geared toward the comprehension levels of elementary and senior students.
  • Designed and facilitated comprehensive material and lesson plans intended for life skill development and cultural immersion.
  • Constructed lesson plans and assigned homework for beginning-level students from various cultural and linguistic backgrounds.
  • Designed curriculum based on students' needs Developed individual lesson plans Helped students formulate semester goals
  • Designed and developed curriculum and lesson plans as no established curriculum and plans were available.
  • Developed and presented comprehensible and stimulating lesson plans that facilitated all learning styles.
  • Used energy and public speaking ability to develop engaging and beneficial lesson plans.
  • Designed lesson plans and age-appropriate activities to adhere to established public school curriculum.
  • Designed and implemented well-balanced lesson plans that facilitated all style of learners.
  • Achieve improved student satisfaction and progress by designing customized lesson plans.
  • Implemented interdisciplinary learning by creating multimedia lesson plans and presentations.
  • Prepared lesson plans, conducted classes, and facilitated cultural competency
  • Designed lesson plans to reinforce teaching goals including vocabulary learning.
  • Prepared daily lesson plans and implemented cultural awareness classes.
  • Participated in citywide demonstrations of effective ESL lesson plans.
  • Executed lesson plans of full-time instructors, provided tutoring services
  • Prepare lesson plans aligned with an established curriculum.
  • Designed lesson plans and language-based activities for students.
  • Developed lesson plans and other instructional activities

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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.
  • 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.
  • 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:
  • Provided quality English education including grammar, conversational practice, pronunciation, and various integrated skills.
  • Focused instruction on grammar and authentic conversation, using many interactive techniques to achieve progress.
  • Created a friendly atmosphere by using anecdotes to elaborate on vocabulary and grammar.
  • Developed materials and instructed lessons focusing on communicative activities and grammar usage.
  • Created innovative and easy-to-understand material with emphasis on speaking and grammar.
  • Focused on general and career-oriented vocabulary and grammar.
  • Implemented different grammar exercises into the curriculum.
  • Designed and implemented comprehensive grammar-based curriculum.
  • Teach stand-alone classes (pull-out) and conduct grammar and vocabulary activities to address the skills the students are weak at.
  • Planned and taught English grammar, pronunciation, conversation and cultural classes for Spanish?speaking students ages 9?45.
  • Used and taught different curriculum: Intensive Business English, Grammar, TOEFL, TOEIC, Oral Communication, ESP courses.
  • Communicated student centered classes and activities focusing on grammar, writing, reading, vocabulary, and most importantly conversational English.
  • Exposed vocabulary and grammar through repetition and drill work, but appealed to individual students for unique input on subject matter.
  • Assisted immigrant students of a variety of ages, cultures, and backgrounds with English grammar, composition, and comprehension.
  • Established courses to help improve business communications, English grammar and pronunciation practice, University entrance preparation, and interviewing skills.
  • Provided fun and engaging learning activities for listening, speaking, and writing, as well as informative grammar lessons.
  • Instructed adult students in learning English as a second language - Focused on grammar, reading, and writing skills.
  • Teach all language skill areas, including listening/speaking, grammar, vocabulary, reading comprehension and writing to adult learners.
  • Teach all levels and subjects, but specialized in writing and grammar for advanced levels (4 and above).
  • Instructed a low conversation class and an advanced grammar class to an eclectic mix of students from all over the world

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6. 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.
  • 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.
  • 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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7. ESL

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Here's how ESL is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Assisted ESL Instructor with classroom responsibilities such as attendance and grading Helped international students with phonics and conversational English
  • Collaborated with program curriculum director to develop an integrated ESL program for all teacher residents.
  • Administered standardized tests and collaborated with staff to provide ESL instruction for diverse population
  • Developed curriculum and taught adult intermediate ESL students.
  • Assisted teacher in implementing beginning and intermediate ESL classes
  • Coordinated successful administration of ESL statewide standardized exam.
  • Lead the development, organization, implementation, coordination and evaluation of ESL instructional programs to ensure all students met standards.
  • Utilized Department of Public instruction consultants for guidance on managing ESL program and practices and to address potential deficiencies in compliance.
  • Lead instruction in advanced English, privately and in the classroom for an ESL school based out of Medellin, Colombia.
  • Worked in South Korea for one year as an ESL instructor for Korean students ranging in age from Kindergarten to adults.
  • Teach ESL (all levels) to Adult English Language learners including Business English, Citizenship and TOEFL prep classes.
  • Manage service students from Purdue University in class with ESL students, manage community volunteers, and work study students.
  • Instructed ESL classes to high school students to broaden their communication and ability to thrive in communal and academic settings.
  • Worked as a student-teacher; developed each lesson plan and implemented a course curriculum for an adult community ESL class.
  • Developed cultural understanding of German American immigrants, and education of youth in a general and in an ESL context.
  • Worked as an ESL instructor at and English immersion camp for teens between the ages of 13-17 yrs old.
  • Planned lessons, instructed, and managed a 5th-grade ESL classroom of Burmese, Nepali, and African refugee students
  • Designed curriculum for the duration of 13 weeks ESL class, twice a week, 2 hours per class.
  • Participate in Professional Developments that will enhance my knowledge as to what is required from an ESL Educator.
  • Specialized in English Second Language (ESL) implementing a curriculum and activities specifically designed for non-English speakers.

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8. 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.
  • Utilized key assessment scores to differentiate student learning at appropriate levels for effective instruction.
  • Bolstered cross-cultural communication skills to ensure student learning and course satisfaction.
  • Worked collaboratively with general education teachers to optimize student learning.
  • Earned positive feedback regarding classroom instruction and student learning success.
  • Augmented student learning through one-on-one instruction for non-English speaking students.
  • Implemented instructional strategies that improved student learning and achievement.
  • Coordinated extra-curricular activities related to student learning.
  • Evaluated student learning and documented progress.
  • Tailored the English courses to fit the students' needs, and developed a grammar guide to aid in student learning.
  • 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.
  • Established good rapport with parents in order to reinforce student learning in the home.
  • Organized events to enrich student learning and involve them in the learning process.
  • Develop, implement and share strategies that promotes 21st century student learning.
  • Promote student learning and provide accommodations and modifications if and when needed.

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9. Literacy

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Here's how Literacy is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Implemented lessons in cultural competency, pragmatics, and literacy development skills to achieve communicative ability.
  • Designed and implemented standard based thematic units and lessons based on balanced literacy instructional model.
  • Assisted and collaborated with technology teacher to help provide age-appropriate integrated technology and literacy lessons.
  • Facilitated custom-tailored literacy advocate workshops to help students with their daily business and classroom interactions.
  • Support literacy through implementation of technology programs, guided reading and writing workshop.
  • Attended Professional Development in the implementation and planning of balanced literacy approach.
  • Established a family literacy program in collaboration with Columbus State Community College.
  • Developed curriculum focusing on literacy skills and reading strategies.
  • Provide pedagogical support for language acquisition and literacy skills.
  • Presented information to literacy coach and fellow teachers.
  • Incorporated family literacy skills into course development.
  • Administered literacy assessments for each individual student.
  • Trained and certified by LiteracyWorks Chicago.
  • Teach family literacy to immigrant parents
  • Supported L2 children in grades 1-6 who required literacy instruction (reading, writing, listening, and speaking).
  • Used highly motivating and engaging activities to boost literacy skills, such as performing skits and using interactive whiteboards.
  • Utilize all components of a balanced literacy program to enhance reading comprehension and encourage the development of writing skills.
  • Worked with elementary students on building literacy skills in English (spelling, fluency, writing and comprehension).
  • Employed Guided Reading groups, Literacy Circles, and Literacy centers in a Balanced Literacy Language Program 3.
  • Developed curriculum, taught ESL and English literacy classes that enhanced speaking, writing and listening skills.

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10. Small Groups

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Here's how Small Groups is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed learner-centered curricula and taught English language integrated skills to small groups of beginner and intermediate learners of English
  • Divided class into small groups for more individualized lessons, and brought the groups back together to learn as a whole.
  • Led small groups of English learners in preparations for the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).
  • Work individually with small groups of students to help them with reading, and writing short stories or sentences.
  • Instructed small groups of students in basic concepts such as the alphabet, shapes and colors recognition in English.
  • Lead highly engaged direct instruction to include project based, individual and small groups for 95% language proficiency.
  • Tutor students in reading, writing and speaking English, both privately and in small groups.
  • Worked with small groups in grades K-3 Reading classes and assisted in regular classes.
  • Fashioned learning centers and small groups which provided differentiated instruction for all content areas.
  • Worked with small groups of teenagers and adults from elementary to upper-intermediate levels.
  • Interacted with students in small groups designed to engage students in conversations.
  • Worked in small groups, levels ranging from elementary to advanced.
  • Evaluated student performance and taught both one-on-one class and small groups.
  • Prepared and delivered customized language classes in small groups and 1:1 lessons
  • Prepared students for state English tests in small groups or one-on-one.
  • Coordinated and carried out daily activities for large small groups.
  • Worked with writing composition on small groups and one-on-one.
  • Instructed Business English to individuals and small groups.
  • Assisted Spanish speaking children in small groups.
  • Tutored small groups in academic English.

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11. 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.
  • Led intensive examination and communication courses from beginner to advanced groups.
  • Developed beginner and advanced classes in Vocabulary and Advanced Writing courses.
  • Developed ESL curriculum for every level from beginner to advanced conversation.
  • Designed and taught curriculum for middle-aged beginner level English students.
  • Used beginner and intermediate-level prompts to guide conversations.
  • Authored and developed beginner to advanced ESL curriculum.
  • Teach beginner level vocabulary and concepts.
  • Designed, developed and implemented an English language course taught to Brazilian street workers at beginner and intermediate English levels.
  • Instructed Beginner to Advanced ESL self-contained classes and worked closely with students in grades 9-12th whose second language is English.
  • Exercised leadership in the writing/updating of curriculum for ESL High-Beginner and US History Regents preparation for Intermediate to Advanced students.
  • Developed and taught a six week English language program designed for beginner English language learners from Central and South America.
  • Developed, planned and delivered English language lessons for students of all abilities, from Beginners to Advanced.
  • Spearheaded the transition from pull-out ESL services to sheltered ESL classes for beginner and intermediate ESL students.
  • Hired to teach Beginner level students, some with F1 visa status, both minors and adults.
  • Prepare English language lessons for students of varying levels of ability, from Beginners to Advanced.
  • Job description: Teach English to all levels, from beginner to advanced business English.
  • Worked with emergent, beginner, intermediate, and advanced learners to develop language skills.
  • Created a unique curriculum to teach beginner and intermediate English for non-English speaking adults.

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12. 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.
  • Collaborated with faculty members on joint class activities to enhance students' language comprehension.
  • 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.
  • 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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13. 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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14. Toefl

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Here's how Toefl is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed testing and performance measurement metrics to identify areas of opportunity and successfully prepared students to pass the TOEFL exam
  • Developed reading comprehension lesson plans and examination, TOEFL preparation course, and English placement examinations.
  • Conduct regular preparatory examinations for international students to help improve their TOEFL testing scores.
  • Prepared 20 students for the TOEFL Junior Standard Test where 2 students placed in the top 2% rankings nationally.
  • 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.
  • Proctored exams, taught TOEFL preparation courses, and Advanced Reading ELT-174 for the Education Department.
  • Offer TOEFL courses to assist students graduating from the school in preparation for the TOEFL test.
  • Proctored standardized tests (TOEFL) and led field trips throughout the Bay Area of California.
  • Provide private and small group TOEFL, Business English, and General English lessons to clients
  • Reviewed and scored students' English proficiency tests based on the TOEFL scoring system.
  • Designed curriculum for and taught TOEFL preparatory class to more advance English speaking refugees.
  • Tutored students after school and on weekends to prepare them for TOEFL exam.
  • Conduct TOEFL preparation classes, regularly evaluate student progress and report to administration.
  • Developed extensive knowledge of TEPS, TOEFL, and ESPT learning tools.
  • Mentored and prepared over 400 students for comprehensive TOEFL exams.
  • Prepared students for college prep and TOEFL exams.
  • Prepared eleventh grade students for the TOEFL exam.
  • Prepared adults for the TOEFL exam.

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15. Social Studies

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Here's how Social Studies is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Created materials for novel reading / social studies classes, and wrote children's storybooks in company editing department part-time.
  • 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.
  • Teach Spanish, Social Studies, and English as a Second Language in a classroom using the common core standards.
  • Used interdisciplinary approach to teach language through science, social studies, math, art and music content.
  • Provided instruction to junior and senior high ESL students in the areas of English 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.
  • Served on school s parent involvement, Social Studies, Hospitality and School Advisory committees.
  • Developed appropriate level reading materials in Social Studies and Science as needed by EL students.
  • Create framework techniques and resources with an emphasis of English and Social Studies curriculum.
  • 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.
  • Provided additional education in debate, science, and social studies.
  • Planned prepared and delivered lessons in English and Social Studies.
  • 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
  • Work with newly mainstreamed ESL students Reading intervention with 7th and 8th grade students Social studies with 8th grade newcomers ESL students

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16. Grade Level

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Here's how Grade Level is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Followed California Educational Standards for each grade level with emphasis on learning skills for bilingual elementary students.
  • Collaborated with classroom teachers to assess student academic language needs specific to grade level curriculum.
  • Designed and taught student-centered lessons aligned with Common Core and WIDA standards to allow students to access content at grade level.
  • Organized culturally-diverse instructions to students at all ages and grade levels, on how to speak, read and write English.
  • Applied ESL strategies to teach grade level content for grades 1-3 to English Language Learners in a general education classroom.
  • Collaborated with grade level teams for K-2, and RTI intervention team meeting, providing resources and strategies to teachers.
  • Tutored ESL in after school Aspiring Youth Program: increased reading levels for 6th- 8th graders by 2.5 grade levels.
  • Pull ELL students out for individualized instruction to assist them with meeting grade level mastery of all subjects.
  • 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.
  • Implemented lesson plans for around 300 Korean students per week, elementary school grade levels 3-6.
  • Proctored weekly state standards practice assessments and reviewed common missed questions related to various grade levels.
  • Collaborated with department and faculty members to design an ELL curriculum suited for each grade level.
  • Facilitated instruction in classes for students ranging in grade level from kindergarten to high school.
  • Determine content and instruction needed for the grade level, based on State Standards.
  • 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.
  • Devised suitable curriculum for each grade level and assessment tests for language placement.
  • Provide case management to 52 second language students in all grade levels.
  • Facilitated improvement of up to 4 grade levels within one school year.

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17. 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.
  • 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
  • Designed ESL curricula using a wide variety of technology, fields, literature and teaching techniques.
  • Designed and developed an English language and literature course for Thai college students majoring in English.
  • Coordinated independent study classes that allowed students to immerse themselves in self- selected works of literature.
  • 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.
  • Prepared ninth and tenth grade students for the IGCSE Literature and Language exam.
  • Developed innovative ways to teach English (writing and literature).
  • Created material for elementary / middle school literature and science programs.
  • Instructed Ivy League candidates in writing, grammar and English literature.
  • Integrated English Common Core State Standards into literature lessons.
  • Give Literature and Grammar to student of 12ve grade.

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18. American Culture

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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.
  • Cultivated learning about American culture and led classes on field trips to expand students' knowledge of the United States.
  • Planned & executed daily excursions with groups of 15-20 students to the city that exposed students to the American culture.
  • Developed and facilitated weekly lesson plans designed to teach both English language and American culture to students.
  • Created an environment where students could practice their English and develop a simple understanding of American culture.
  • 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.
  • Improved TOEFEL test results by teaching American culture and language to international ESL students.
  • 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.
  • Content included Art History, Business Marketing and American culture through film.
  • Provide skills for foreign students in English, Vocabulary and American Culture.
  • Facilitate ESL curriculum focused on American culture to Asian high school students.
  • Educated students in English grammar, conversational speaking, and American culture.
  • Teach English and American Culture to a class of Refugees.
  • Used contented based materials to teach American culture and history.
  • Prepared lesson plans and weekly projects reflecting American culture.
  • Help them to navigate and learn about American culture.

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19. Spanish Language

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Here's how Spanish Language is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Designed and implemented a Spanish language curriculum for elementary and middle school students.
  • Helped students to improve their English and they helped me to learn and utilize the Spanish language.
  • Developed the curriculum for 9th and 10th Spanish Language Arts (Dual Language program).
  • Employed the use of Spanish language skills for school community, including parents.
  • Edited Spanish language newsletter for parents.
  • Served as Spanish language interpreter for elementary, middle, and high schools during parent-teacher conferences.

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20. Adult Learners

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Here's how Adult Learners is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Instruct adult learners from beginning to advanced levels of English proficiency in preparation for post-secondary professional and academic pursuits.
  • Provided supportive learning activities for adult learners, and kept learners engaged effectively.
  • Teach English-as-a-Second-Language Level 1 instruction to adult learners through effective, age-appropriate instruction.
  • Developed successful approaches to teaching non-literate adult learners.
  • Conducted classes using Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE) materials for adult learners at the advanced level.
  • Teach online ESL lessons to adult learners from all over the world via adobe classroom.
  • Teach ESL to Adult Learners through the NYC Office of Adult and Continuing Education
  • Teach level 5/6 and level 3 adult learners daily for 3-hour sessions.
  • Created a welcoming environment for adult learners from around the world.
  • Program creator for adult learners, up to 50 years old
  • Created curriculum and taught 20 weekly evening classes for adult learners
  • Course Facilitator in Advanced English to ESL Adult Learners.
  • Teach English as a Second Language to adult learners.
  • Provided instruction to a diverse group of adult learners.
  • Tutor adult learners the five subjects of GED.
  • Teach more than 200 adult learners.
  • Translated Creole language for adult learners.
  • Develop curriculum for adult learners.Teach English classes to professional adults
  • Expand adult learners oral English vocabulary for career advancement.
  • Teach English to adult learners Create lessons and assignments based on students' levels and goals

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21. Esol

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Here's how Esol is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Participated in weekly meeting discussing efficient teaching methods, classroom challenges, and effective resolutions
  • Attended TESOL conferences and participated in extensive training on Differentiation.
  • Monitor official Cambridge ESOL examinations following CambridgeESOL standards and guidelines.
  • Helped mediate problematic situations through rapport establishment and conflict resolution.
  • Handled conflict resolution and referrals.
  • 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.
  • Confer with parents, guardians, teachers, counselors, or administrators to identify and resolve students' academic needs.
  • 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).
  • Provided rigorous and appropriate instruction to ESOL students to support the acceleration of retaining English and academic content.
  • Resolved hardware failure issues, and instructed faculty and students in the use of hardware and software.
  • Developed curriculum, lesson plans and course material for ESOL classes within the Massachusetts Curriculum Frameworks.
  • Participate and report back on learning strategies gathered at 2016 annual CATESOL conference in San Diego.
  • Serve as a liaison between the ESOL student, his/her family and the institute.
  • Registered, tested, planned instruction and taught level 1 and 2 ESOL classes.
  • Teach exam preparation courses for Cambridge ESOL examinations (FCE, CAE).
  • Resolve behavioral or academic problems, maintain educational records, reports or files.
  • Deliver teacher training courses and prepare and facilitate TESOL/TESL/TEFL teacher training certification courses.
  • Teach four-week intensive ESOL courses (communicative English and academic writing).

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22. Language Proficiency

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Here's how Language Proficiency is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and executed diverse individualized lesson plans that addressed every child's language proficiency, learning ability, and learning style.
  • Exhibited timely communication on a daily basis in order to motivate students towards improving English language proficiency skills.
  • Differentiated lessons for students with English language proficiency varying from newcomer to high intermediate.
  • Design a learning environment promoting language proficiency and content comprehension.
  • Plan lessons and instruct ESL students from grades 3-12 with a variety of English language proficiency and fourteen different countries represented.
  • Instructed classes of 9-35 adults 20% completing the program at the end of the school term having achieved language proficiency.
  • Focus on improving each student's language proficiency and quickly identify areas of need and construct additional instruction using that information.
  • Assessed LEP student progress and language proficiency and provided feedback to peer teachers and appropriate administrators on a regular basis.
  • Demonstrate knowledge of students' backgrounds, cultures, skills, language proficiency, interests, and special needs.
  • Assess students for language proficiency and provide direct instruction to increase reading, writing, listening and speaking skills.
  • Teach a variety of courses to students from high beginner to an advance level of English language proficiency.
  • Developed lessons that integrate the DCCS instructional strategies at various levels of language proficiency and grade levels.
  • Promote English language proficiency by instructing 8 45 minute language classes of various ages and levels.
  • Instructed 7th and 8th grade ESL classes for students to enhance language proficiency and reading comprehension.
  • Lead lessons developing English language proficiency in speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
  • Conducted language proficiency testing in reading, speaking, listening and writing for skills evaluation.
  • Administered state achievement tests and English language proficiency tests in New York and Pennsylvania.
  • Administered ACCESS language proficiency testing and state testing to best accommodate student needs.
  • Presented ideas & new methods that helped to increase foreign language proficiency.
  • Administer initial English Language proficiency assessment to determine students' English level.

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23. Wida

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Here's how Wida 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.
  • Prepared and taught language acquisition lessons daily while integrating the Common Core Curriculum Standards and WIDA Standards.
  • Evaluated students level of English fluency by using MAP Testing, WIDA standards and ACCES Test.
  • Administer standardized assessments: WIDA-ACCESS Test, WIDA: W-APT and Pennsylvania State System Assessment.
  • Be part of school meetings Communicate parents about WIDA scores and placement in ESL classes.
  • Assessed and made decisions about student needs using the WIDA Access and W-APT.
  • Placed students in level-appropriate classes based on WIDA ACCESS scores and interview.
  • Worked with WIDA and trained teachers on WIDA curriculum and SIOP strategies
  • Performed all ESL identification which included the ACCESS WIDA assessments.
  • Create a report for teachers according to WIDA scores Middle.
  • Follow WIDA Consortium for SIOP teaching.
  • Administered the WIDA ACCESS test annually.
  • Correlated instruction to the WIDA standards.
  • Communicate parents about WIDA scores.
  • Have taught students grades 5-8 ESL, Science, English Language Arts using SIOP and WIDA.
  • Administer EOGS, WIDA, STAR, and other tests to ESL students.
  • Administered English Proficiency tests, WIDA ACCESS Tests, MCAS and PARCC.
  • Administered the ACCESS (WIDA) for all K students.
  • Administered WIDA, PSSA, & Keystone Testing.
  • Trained in SIOP and WIDA testing.

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24. Powerpoint

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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.
  • Developed weekly lesson plans using PowerPoint presentations.
  • Created instructional materials and presentations in PowerPoint.
  • 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.
  • Revamped curriculums to stimulate learning outcomes while creating a positive learning environment.Predominant in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • 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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25. Ielts

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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.
  • Focus: Speaking for the IELTS exam and general conversation topics
  • 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. Proficiency Levels

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Here's how Proficiency Levels is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed a curriculum that made content comprehensible to learners at all proficiency levels.
  • Developed effective lesson plans for various proficiency levels LEADERSHIP
  • Developed database of student proficiency levels based on ACCESS Standards to help mainstream teachers understand individual student needs.
  • Registered, tested, planned instruction and taught ESL to International adult students at different proficiency levels.
  • Created and taught differentiated lessons for middle and high school students of different English proficiency levels.
  • Perform regular evaluations to gauge student's English proficiency levels.
  • Develop and deliver lessons for a variety of proficiency levels.
  • Evaluate new and existing students English proficiency levels so as to ensure that material corresponds with level of understanding.
  • Increased students proficiency levels and helped them to achieve better academic performance, and pass English exams.

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27. Classroom Setting

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Here's how Classroom Setting is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Provided quality English teaching as well as hired additional English teachers to enhance profitability and efficiency through effective classroom settings.
  • Provided efficient and innovative academic instruction to third grade English Language Learners in a self-contained multilingual classroom setting.
  • Introduced ideal classroom setting by incorporating behavior modifications using positive reinforcement.
  • Provided instruction in the English language both in a classroom setting and to students on a one-on-one basis.
  • Created tailored lessons, assessments and worksheets to meet individual learning needs in a classroom setting.
  • Worked in a sheltered classroom setting with students in sixth, seventh, and eighth grade.
  • Engage students to be active participants in their learning in a virtual classroom setting.
  • Gained experience teaching in a classroom setting with classes of up to 20 students.
  • Work with groups of ten of kids ages 3-7 in a classroom setting.
  • Teach English to Spanish speakers of all ages in a classroom setting
  • Assisted in teaching English in a classroom setting to over thirty adult refugees Organized paperwork and distributed class materials
  • Instruct individuals in a classroom setting * Develop educational plans of action for each participant.
  • Learned to teach in one on one settings and in classroom settings.

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28. ELA

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Here's how ELA is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Learned Human Relations skills necessary for team based school environment-flexible-approachable-non biased-supportive and collaboratively prescriptive.
  • Strand II focused on the essential concepts, templates and mediation tools for developing effective, learning-focused relationships between growth-oriented educators.
  • Provided services to facilitate communication in business relationships with people from diverse cultures and at all professional levels.
  • Designed to build and encourage community relations and economically empower the greater Nashville area focusing on North Nashville.
  • Advised English Consultant concerning recommendations on new and revised procedures relating to ESL programs and support implementation.
  • Maintained effective behavioral management within the classroom by reinforcing positive attitudes and relationships between student and teacher.
  • Attended monthly professional development meetings and formed strong, working relationships with both Chinese and expat coworkers
  • Facilitated the establishment and cultivation of beneficial international relationships with other universities and educational institutions.
  • Promote student success through positive and friendly student interactions while building and maintaining trusting relationships.
  • Developed individual, personal relationships with Gandhi students and their families including regular in-home visits.
  • Coordinate instructional related and testing activities with other professional staff -Utilize a variety of instructional materials
  • Designed and implemented lesson plans emphasizing career-related speaking, writing skills and practical skills.
  • Introduce students to concepts of Business English and information technology related terms and vocabulary.
  • Established and maintained relationships with parents by holding monthly meetings reviewing student evaluations.
  • Established and sustained working relationship with faculty, administration and support staff.
  • Developed and taught weekly communication class to Spanish speaking adults with stroke-related disabilities
  • Maintained professional relationships with social workers, media specialists and administration.
  • Proofread and enhanced client PowerPoint presentations and other work related documents.
  • Created teachers' training materials/professional developments; grew relationships with teachers/administrators.
  • Presented presentations on multiple topics dealing with education and school related.

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29. Instructional Materials

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Here's how Instructional Materials is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Collaborated with teachers to prepare instructional materials that facilitated students' English Language Learning.
  • Analyzed, designed, developed, implemented, and evaluated instructional materials.
  • Developed curriculum and produced instructional materials for a student population of 900.
  • Planned and implemented meaningful lessons using a variety of 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.

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30. 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.
  • Prepared and delivered lessons to a wide range of language level students and age groups.
  • 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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31. Homework Assignments

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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
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.

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32. 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.
  • 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.
  • Provided small and large group ESL instruction to students grades k-5 to 8th grade.
  • 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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33. 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.
  • Prepared and taught lessons to students in grades K-12.
  • Instructed small-group ESL classes to students in grades K-12th.
  • 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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34. Content Areas

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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.
  • Provided both push-in and pull-out English language support for content areas in grades 5-8 including math, science, social studies.
  • Support English Language Learners in all content areas by providing some background knowledge to the topic that the students are learning.
  • 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.
  • 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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35. Language Instruction

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Here's how Language Instruction is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed and implemented English language instruction individualized to each learner's level.
  • Collaborated with content teachers to integrate language instruction across the curriculum.
  • Provide English language instruction to elementary-aged Chinese children.
  • Received intensive Polish language instruction.
  • Provide the American elementary school experience by integrating math, social studies, and science content into English language instruction.
  • Designed and implemented improved teaching strategies, while providing English language instruction to Chinese students, ages 3 to 60.
  • Helped with material competence and searched of new knowledge, research, and practice in language instruction.
  • Provide literacy and English language instruction to newcomer English language learners in middle school and high school.
  • Provided scaffolding questioning strategies (from the concrete to abstract) to help individualize language instruction.
  • Planned and delivered English as a Second Language instruction to elementary and secondary school students.
  • Provided English language instruction for secondary and primary ESOL students throughout Carroll County public schools.
  • Planned for and provided English language instruction for ESOL students with limited English proficiency.
  • Provided English language instruction to young adult learners ages 18-26 in all levels
  • Personalized language instruction for kindergarten through 5th grade students.
  • Volunteer Provided English-as-a-Second-Language instruction to adult students
  • Collaborated with companies and school to provide English as Second Language instruction (e.g.

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36. Cultural Backgrounds

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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.

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37. Taiwan

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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
  • Worked with Taiwanese youth and young adults providing self-esteem and self worth workshops.
  • Worked together with my Taiwanese co-teachers to help children learn the English language.
  • 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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38. Siop

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Here's how Siop is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • 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.
  • Prepare LEP students for smooth transition into SIOP or main stream Math classes.
  • Trained in Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP).
  • Sheltered Instruction Observation Protocol (SIOP) teacher leader/trainer.
  • Attended TESOL conferences and completed SIOP training.
  • Experience with many methodologies including SIOP.
  • Utilize SIOP Model for lessons.
  • 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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39. 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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40. Conversation Classes

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Here's how Conversation Classes is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Lead conversation classes for Chinese college-aged students from underprivileged rural areas in China.
  • Organized and implemented extracurricular activities, conversation classes.
  • Conducted English conversation classes for Korean teachers and students in middle and high school.
  • Researched multiple news sources and printed articles appropriate for advanced conversation classes.
  • Teach Reading and Culture and Conversation classes to adult immigrants.
  • Conduct conversation classes and aid speaking tests.
  • Advanced Conversation classes for post doc students
  • Developed English Curriculum Lessons including phonics lessons, themed reading,writing exercises, conversation classes, art and creativity lessons.

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41. Non-Native Speakers

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Here's how Non-Native Speakers is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Be responsible for designing the curriculum, creating instructional materials, and teaching non-native speakers American English pronunciation and speaking.
  • Participated with the adult literacy programs teaching language and other basic skills to adults who are non-native speakers of English.
  • Worked with variety of ages and levels, including basic non-native speakers seeking admission into top high-schools and universities.
  • Teach English grammar and conversation skills to non-native speakers of different ages (age 16-adult) through varied methods.
  • 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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42. Course Materials

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Here's how Course Materials is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • Developed curricula and course materials, reviewed textbooks and developed lesson plans.
  • Worked with curriculum and test designers to improve worksheets, rubrics and other course materials.
  • Created curriculum for an introductory health class by choosing course materials and preparing lesson plans.
  • Developed course materials for English reading, writing, speaking, and TOEFL classes.
  • Prepared course materials such as lesson plans, handouts, and games.
  • Created interactive, humorous course materials that were popular at all levels.
  • Prepare course materials, course materials and homework and so on.3.
  • Created all course materials, including quizzes and reading samples.
  • Developed the curriculum and lesson plans including course materials.
  • Created lesson plans and course materials.
  • Synthesize course materials to produce guided assignments, handouts and in-class activities.
  • Worked with a small team of administrators and teachers to gather/ produce course materials, assesment materials, syllabi, etc.

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43. 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.
  • 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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44. Public Schools

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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.
  • Help develop and create professional ethics using instructional information for newly established Toledo Public Schools Barber Academy.
  • Supervised and facilitated the opening of the Howard County Public Schools Automotive Technology program.
  • Planned and conducted a five-week long Parent-Teacher-Student Communication Study for Boston Public Schools.

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45. 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.
  • Offer private lessons as requested.
  • Teach group and private lessons.
  • 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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46. Skype

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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.
  • Conduct video chat sessions over Skype and correct scripts written by students.
  • Teach English or French to students online via Skype.
  • Communicated regularly with parents via Skype or other means.
  • Helped Korean Students improve their English listening, reading, and speaking skills using e-mail, websites, and telephone/Skype class time
  • Provide individualized instruction in English as a second language to adults and teenagers online using Skype.

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47. K-6

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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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48. 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.
  • Learned to speak and read Mandarin Chinese at an elementary level
  • Teach Mandarin 1-3, Mandarin Honor and Co-teach AP Chinese.
  • 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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49. Seoul

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

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50. Toeic

low Demand
Here's how Toeic is used in ESL Teacher jobs:
  • 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.
  • Served as the TOEIC/TOEFL coordinator.
  • Instructed a TOEIC preparation course.
  • Instructed Starter, Movers, TOEIC, EAP (English For Academic Purposes)
  • Specialized in review classes for the TOEIC and the TOEFL.

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20 Most Common Skill for an ESL Teacher

Language Arts24.8%
Classroom Management21%
Lesson Plans12.5%
Curriculum Development12.1%
Grammar5.9%
Special Needs3.1%
ESL2.5%
Student Learning2.1%

Typical Skill-Sets Required For An ESL Teacher

RankSkillPercentage of ResumesPercentage
1
1
Language Arts
Language Arts
22.3%
22.3%
2
2
Classroom Management
Classroom Management
18.8%
18.8%
3
3
Lesson Plans
Lesson Plans
11.2%
11.2%
4
4
Curriculum Development
Curriculum Development
10.8%
10.8%
5
5
Grammar
Grammar
5.3%
5.3%
6
6
Special Needs
Special Needs
2.7%
2.7%
7
7
ESL
ESL
2.3%
2.3%
8
8
Student Learning
Student Learning
1.9%
1.9%
9
9
Literacy
Literacy
1.8%
1.8%
10
10
Small Groups
Small Groups
1.7%
1.7%
11
11
Beginner
Beginner
1.7%
1.7%
12
12
Class Activities
Class Activities
1.7%
1.7%
13
13
Mathematics
Mathematics
1.6%
1.6%
14
14
Toefl
Toefl
1.4%
1.4%
15
15
Social Studies
Social Studies
1%
1%
16
16
Grade Level
Grade Level
0.9%
0.9%
17
17
Literature
Literature
0.8%
0.8%
18
18
American Culture
American Culture
0.7%
0.7%
19
19
Spanish Language
Spanish Language
0.7%
0.7%
20
20
Adult Learners
Adult Learners
0.6%
0.6%
21
21
Esol
Esol
0.6%
0.6%
22
22
Language Proficiency
Language Proficiency
0.5%
0.5%
23
23
Wida
Wida
0.5%
0.5%
24
24
Powerpoint
Powerpoint
0.4%
0.4%
25
25
Ielts
Ielts
0.4%
0.4%
26
26
Proficiency Levels
Proficiency Levels
0.4%
0.4%
27
27
Classroom Setting
Classroom Setting
0.4%
0.4%
28
28
ELA
ELA
0.4%
0.4%
29
29
Instructional Materials
Instructional Materials
0.4%
0.4%
30
30
AGE Groups
AGE Groups
0.4%
0.4%
31
31
Homework Assignments
Homework Assignments
0.4%
0.4%
32
32
K-5
K-5
0.4%
0.4%
33
33
K-12
K-12
0.4%
0.4%
34
34
Content Areas
Content Areas
0.3%
0.3%
35
35
Language Instruction
Language Instruction
0.3%
0.3%
36
36
Cultural Backgrounds
Cultural Backgrounds
0.3%
0.3%
37
37
Taiwan
Taiwan
0.3%
0.3%
38
38
Siop
Siop
0.3%
0.3%
39
39
Different Levels
Different Levels
0.3%
0.3%
40
40
Conversation Classes
Conversation Classes
0.3%
0.3%
41
41
Non-Native Speakers
Non-Native Speakers
0.3%
0.3%
42
42
Course Materials
Course Materials
0.3%
0.3%
43
43
Staff Members
Staff Members
0.3%
0.3%
44
44
Public Schools
Public Schools
0.3%
0.3%
45
45
Private Lessons
Private Lessons
0.2%
0.2%
46
46
Skype
Skype
0.2%
0.2%
47
47
K-6
K-6
0.2%
0.2%
48
48
Mandarin
Mandarin
0.2%
0.2%
49
49
Seoul
Seoul
0.2%
0.2%
50
50
Toeic
Toeic
0.2%
0.2%

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