This is Part 2 of the interview with Becky Kelley. We continue to talk about her context — teaching French in a high school in America. We touch upon subjects such as being a non-native speaker, and the importance of finding and expressing your style in teaching. About the Guest: Becky Kelley is currently a French…Listen to this episode.
Becky Kelley is currently a French teacher at Windsor High School in Windsor, Vermont. She also spends her summers working at the Middlebury Interactive Languages Summer Academies, where she will be the French Language Director this summer. She has taught French and ESL in a variety of contexts, from France to California and from middle…Listen to this episode.
Sky Lantz-Wagner hails from Atlanta, GA, but now calls Dayton home. He holds an MA in Teaching English as a Second Language from the Middlebury Institute of International Studies in Monterey, CA, and has been working in the Intensive English Program at UD since January, 2013. Sky was a Peace Corps volunteer in China, where he…Listen to this episode.
Warning: This episode contains what some might consider to be profanity. If you are sensitive to such language, please listen to my other podcast episodes. In this episode, we discuss our particular learning strategies as language learners, and how our views of language learning affect the classroom. This episode is more of a conversation between two…Listen to this episode.
Mayu Suzuki taught English to Japanese students in ordinary classes and special academic advancement classes at a senior high school in Japan for four years. She obtained a Master’s degree in Education from a university in Japan prior to this teaching experience, and a Master’s degree in TESOL from a university in the U.K. after.…Listen to this episode.