Ever had challenges with teaching students pronunciation? Join us to hear a native Spanish speaker share his tips for how he mastered English pronunciation and teaches his students techniques, which apply to all language backgrounds.
Teaching pronunciation can be challenging, especially in a language like English. Hearing a native Spanish speaker share his tips for how he mastered English pronunciation and teaches his students techniques, may inspire you. Learn tips that can be applied to all language backgrounds. Working as a Director with the Platzi English language Academy, Jhon Carvajal has years of experience learning and teaching English, and has a passion for helping students improve their English pronunciation.
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Jhon holds a B.A Degree in Teaching English as a Foreign Language and a Master’s Degree in Education. He was an international intern for an Integrated Education Program in Michigan, USA, a Colombian Youth Ambassador for the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs of the American Embassy in Colombia and an International camp leader in New York USA.
He has wide experience in educational management and teaching, both in Colombia and abroad. In addition, he holds a TKT (Teaching Knowledge Test) diploma and he was one of the bilingual leaders that took part of the program, Talkative-E, designed to provide conversational and intercultural spaces to English teachers, as part of the National Bilingualism Program developed by the Ministry of Education in Colombia.
Finally, he was a Service and Administrative Manager at a multinational company specialized in teaching English in Colombia. Some of his hobbies are music and traveling. He has also been a volunteer at a non-profit organization for over 10 years and as a fun fact, Jhon is a certified instructor in Hight Ropes, Indoor Climbing and Archery.
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