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Will HarrisHello everyone! My name is Will Harris, and I’m happy that I’ll be your teacher. I’ll show you that learning English can be easy and fun! I’m a native English speaker and have spent a lot of time tutoring students in American schools. I graduated from Goucher College, majoring in International Relations and French. I love traveling and discovering new places. I look forward to working with you all soon. See you in class!
ScottHi everybody. My name is Scott Douglas, I am a 31 year old English teacher from Oxford,England.Language study is the greatest passion in my life, I am fascinated by the endless possibilities for communication and expression, and excited to be able to pass on those opportunities for others.From a teaching perspective, I have privately tutored individuals for the last 5 years – students of mine include a Japanese toddler, a French teenager, and a Polish grandmother, so I feel I have a certain amount of experience in a wide variety of age ranges and cultural backgrounds.Outside of work, I enjoy playing guitar, bass and banjo, and having a good sing-a-long too – at least when the neighbours aren’t home! So my students can expect a musical element to their English study when learning with me. Thank you for your time, and I really hope to join you all soon in the classroom.
JeremyHello! My name is Jeremy. I'm 32, an English and Spanish teacher, and a musician from Tennessee. After graduating with a B.A. in Spanish from East Tennessee State University in 2007, I moved to Nuevo Leon, Mexico where I played in a pop-rock band for five years. I love writing, recording, and producing music. While living in Mexico, I also began my career in ESL. I have been teaching English for almost ten years and I greatly enjoy helping others learn new languages!
Marta BarnesMy name is Marta Barnes. I'm originally from Montreal, Canada, but I love to travel. My hobbies are reading, writing stories, and photography. At Montreal's Concordia University, I studied English and Creative Writing, which started me on my adventures teaching English. In 2013, I moved to South Korea to become an English teacher where I worked at two elementary schools over two years. During my time there, my students and I painted murals together, sang songs, and did lots of interesting projects. Creativity is very important to me in the classroom. A student creating is a student learning. I find it's a great way to get to know my students and watch them grow. I would love to get to know you too and be your next English teacher! See you in class.