Case study teaching english in fifth graders

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Knowing English gave me the chance to work by sharing my knowledge. Sometimes the love for teaching is discovered indirectly; as in my case,having studied English during all my school life and as a more formal way during 2 years makes me feel absolutely able to handle the language, thus, time later I had the chance to work at kindergarten asan English teacher, I accepted the opportunity; nevertheless, I didn’t have any knowledge about teaching, That is why I decided to take this teaching challenge, to help and bring students an easy andeffective way to learn a second language..
I am absolutely convinced that teaching English was a good decision; although I now I will never stop learning about teaching, it is highly interesting forme to learn more about it, also; i feel really satisfied with my students results, and being part of that process which surely will bring more and good opportunities for them as the way it was forme.
English opens lots of opportunities, in my case English gave the chance to work as a teacher, although all that I know was my own language knowledge, since observing, practice, I acquire some skillabout teaching, by the time, I was modeling my teaching so that It can benefit to students; nevertheless I consider necessary to discover theory behind practice; as a result I decide to take thesecareer as a more formal way. Every module I discover many new things about teaching, wich make me feel more comfortable in my job; in the other hand talking about the work field, most of the schools orinstitutions require a “title” and being professional while developing a job even though in basic levels as kindergarten or primary school.
Teaching in kindergarten at the very begginig was thefirst chance for me to work, by the time I discovered that it is my passion, I enjoy my being with early learners and being part of their development not only as English students but also as a human...
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