Bridging Ielts - Bachelor of Education - North York, Toronto, ON, Canada

Mohamad Faizalla Bridging Ielts

North York, Toronto, ON, Canada

Summary

My philosophy of teaching English
As I Reflect on my teaching English in the light of the OCT’s standards of practice and ethical standard, I believe that my philosophy is built on linking my past experiences with those great teachers who helped me succeed during my school years, with my new and future experiences that I gain through interaction with today’s students, teachers and my continuous learning and reading. Merging those two elements would form a philosophy that focuses on the students’ success in spite of all the potential obstacles we both might face.
Looking back at the teachers who had the greatest influence on me, were those who clarified hard topics and led me through complex areas, presented their subjects in a friendly and professional way that caught my interest, and put knowledge into context so that its meaning was clear . These role models have influenced my philosophy of teaching: I view myself mainly as motivator and a facilitator of learning, rather than as a controller or an expert who just spoon-feeds information to students. When interacting with my students, I am conscious all the time of their various learning styles and capabilities, what they have already learned and what they still will need to learn. Encouraging them to become curious, independent life-long learners, to develop critical thinking skills, and gain an understanding of the world we live in.
Now that I’m a teacher, and since things have changed a lot in t

Services

Bachelor of Education

Summary:

Bachelor of Education and English Literature.
English Teacher
ESL teacher
Intermediate and Senior Divisions
OCT Licenced
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IELTS Tutor

Work History

EAP teacher

Ontario International College

From September 2014

Responsible for:
Providing effective and enthusiastic English language instruction;

Managing the classroom to ensure a safe and effective learning environment;

Planning and delivering instructional activities that reflect Canada’s culturally diverse community;

Providing evaluation, assessment and feedback to students;

Preparing, administering and marking student work and exams;

Maintaining records relating to student achievement, attendance and progress reports;

ESL Teacher

Ontario institute of Technology

From November 2014

Responsible for:
Providing effective and enthusiastic English language instruction;

Managing the classroom to ensure a safe and effective learning environment;

Planning and delivering instructional activities that reflect Canada’s culturally diverse community;

Providing evaluation, assessment and feedback to students;

Preparing, administering and marking student work and exams;

Maintaining records relating to student achievement, attendance and progress reports;

Sales Associate

Wireless D.N.A.

November 2011 - September 2014



Drive the sales of products and services by achieving or exceeding sales targets.


Determine customer needs and recommend the best solutions.


Build customer relationships by providing prompt and exceptional sales and after sales service.


Ensure customer concerns are resolved with urgency and good judgment.


Stay knowledgeable about the company's product, services, promotions and policies

Instructor of Business Administration Course

Study English and Business in Canada (CanPacificCollege)

January 2011 - October 2011

Instructor of Certified Administrative Professional Course and a marketing manager in CanPacific College, Toronto, ON. 2011 – Present.

Evaluate and grade students' class work, assignments, and papers.

Compile, administer, and grade examinations, or assign this work to others.

Prepare course materials such as syllabi, homework assignments, and handouts.

Maintain student attendance records, grades, and other required records.

Initiate, facilitate, and moderate classroom discussions.

Plan, evaluate, and revise curricula, course content, and course materials and methods of instruction.

Maintain regularly scheduled office hours in order to advise and assist students.

Sales Manager

Concept Media

January 2008 - January 2010

Sales Manager





Concept Media
January 2008 – October 2010 (2 years 10 months)|Kuwait
• Trained, developed and managed a high-quality team of sales representatives.
• Increased sales proficiency in an increasingly competitive environment.
• Conceived and executed sales strategies.
• Devised and organized social entertainment and events

English Teacher

Ministry Of Education Kuwait

September 1998 - April 2011

Senior Teacher of English Ministry of Education in Kuwait (Fulltime 1998-2011).
• Offering help to achieve the desired objectives of the curriculum or the requested aims of the lessons.
• Holding staff meetings for clarifying ambiguities, if found.
• Arranging and giving demonstration lessons or workshops for improving the teachers’ performance.
• Revising and approving all periodical and final exams.
• Gathering statistical information and analyzing them to help avoid demerits and enhance progress.
• Playing an important role in exchanging experiences and selecting the most suitable teaching media

English Teacher

Narmer Language School

September 1995 - August 1998

Teacher of English Narmer Language School (British School in Cairo, Egypt). (Fulltime 1995-1998)
• Preparing subject material for presentation to students according to the curriculum.
• Teaching students, using a systematic plan of lectures; discussions; audio-visual presentations; and laboratory, shop and field studies.
• Assigning and correcting homework.
• Preparing, administering and correcting tests.
• Evaluating progress of students and discussing results with parents and school officials.
• Preparing and implementing remedial programs for students requiring extra help.
• Participating in staff meetings, educational conferences and teacher training workshops.
• Advising students on course selection and on vocational and personal matters.

Projects

Handbook for intermediate English by Mohamed Faizalla

The handbook is designed to promote a range of essential skills in these four interrelated areas, built on a solid foundation of knowledge of the conventions of Standard English and incorporating the use of analytical, critical, and metacognitive thinking skills. Students learn best when they are encouraged to consciously monitor their thinking as they learn, and each strand includes expectations that call for such reflection. The knowledge and skills described in the expectations in the four strands of the language curriculum will enable us to understand, respond to, create, and appreciate a full range of literary, informational, and media texts. As you go through the handbook’s content, keep in mind that inquiry is at the heart of learning in all subject areas. In English courses, students are encouraged to develop their ability to ask questions and to explore a variety of possible answers to those questions. As they reach grade 7, they acquire the skills to locate relevant information from a variety of sources, such as books, newspapers, dictionaries, encyclopedias, interviews, videos, and the Internet. The questioning they practised in the early grades becomes more sophisticated as they learn that all sources of information have a particular point of view and that the recipient of the information has a responsibility to evaluate it, determine its validity and relevance, and use it in appropriate ways. The ability to locate, question, and validate information allows a stud

ESL and English Literature

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Qualifications & Certifications

Intermediate English

Queens University

Occasional Teaching

Queens University

Bachelor of Arts and Education

Cairo University

Jamal Abdel Naser

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