My teaching method is definitely performance based following audio visual techniques and materials. By creating 'situations' I usually start my speaking classes where the learners automatically involve themselves in speaking English spontaneously without any prior preparation at home.Sometimes I help students staging drama on different light topics filled with fun and entertainment apart from story telling, debating and introductory session. Introductory session is the most attractive part of my speaking class where I arrange few groups combining weak and intelligent students. Each group comprises of two learners who start speaking on different issues of their choice after being introduced with each other. In the middle of their conversation I join each group to execrate their flow of speaking. In writing class I let them write on any issues they like and request them to read it out and exchanging their thoughts with others. Subsequently all the students share each other whatever they have written and the class become very lively and spontaneous.In Listening classes I usually arrange watching world class English movie and listening to BBC news without watching.
Currently pursuing my PhD degree from The University of Sydney in the department of International Comparative Studies.I had obtained my Masters in ELT (English Language Teaching) and Bachelor in English Literature in 2002 from one of the reputed universities in South Asia and started teaching English at a English medium school whose curriculum followed international standard. Consecuently worked as a Trainer at an NGO and gained knowledge and experience dealing with the people from grass root and from diverse background.level In 2006 started my career as a University Lecturer which continued till 2014 and eventually came to Australia as an University Lecturer and enrolled myself into PhD program at The University of Sydney. Currently studying at Sydney Uni and making my every effort in resuming my teaching career for teaching is not only a passion for me , it is the key point of my life which has been stimulating the thirst for an intellectual life for many years along with providing acute mental pleasure and job satisfaction.
PhD candidate in the department of International and Comparative Studies, University of Sydney. Worked as competent teaching professional at an English Medium School and then at university level. Worked as an exam Supervisor, Chief Invigilator and a trainer with experience of working in the grass-root level of a not-for-profit development agency in Bangladesh. Currently seeking a role that will enable me to make a strong contribution to my new community in Australia.
Present Position: Exam Invigilator at Holmes Institute, Sydney since June 2017
Assistant Professor- World University of Bangladesh
Since May 2006 to December 2014
• Taught English literature at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels
• Assessed student knowledge and identified class learning goals via the creation and implementation of assignments
• Worked as exam supervisor apart from the role of marker and question setter. Several time I was assigned to act as Chief Invigilator
• Supervised students undertaking research-oriented degrees
• Attended professional development workshops including World University of Bangladesh Education and Job fairs.
- “Reflective poets of nature: A study between William Wordsworth and Jibanananda Das” (published in JIBS, the Journal of the Institute of Bangladesh Studies Volume 32,2009,ISSN 0256-503X-
“ Kazi Nazrul Islam and WB Yeats: The voices of spiritual frredom,nationalism and Internationalism” (published in the International Journal of Entrepreneurship and Development Studies, Vol-4, NO-1(2016),ISSN-2079-2549)
Secularism in Orhan Pamuk :A overview (going to be pulished from International Journal of English and Literature(IJEL)
“History of English Literature” (book) (published by Friends Book Corner, Dhaka, Bangladesh, ISBN:98(concealed information)-9)
Trainer – BRAC development and poverty alleviation organization, Bangladesh
Bangladesh, July 2005 to April 2006
• Conducted micro-credit, health and safety and skill-based training sessions for the poor and disadvantaged
• Experience working closely with homeless women and children
• Highly developed communication skills
• Showed empathy, and respect for privacy and confidentiality
• Undertook specialized one-month intensive professional development session in training at BRAC Training and Resource Centre
• Participated in professional development training sessions on the impact of microfinance on rural women, and teaching communicative English
English Teacher – Oxford International School, Dhanmondi, Dhaka, Bangladesh (since February 2002 to June 2005)
Conducted and participated in performance-based classes of English Language and Literature at Oxford International School. Used audio-visual techniques and materials for speaking sessions along with staging Shakespearean drama and other performances. Helped students engaging in cultural activities, debating, musical shows, creative writing and many more.
Rajshahi University, Bangladesh
Graduation in English Literature
Post-Graduation in English Language Teaching (ELT)
Certificate in computer skills (MS Office Suite)(2000)
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