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Ejemplo de carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés

Dear Mr/Ms.

I am writing to let you know of my interest in working at your school as an English teacher in primary education. I have discovered through your website your educational project, which I found very interesting.

I am an English teacher with 3 years of experience in bilingual schools. Furthermore, I am in disposition of the qualification in Teaching foreign languages: English. which allows me to teach English, Science, Arts and Physical education subjects. During these 3 years in bilingual schools, I have been tutor of the first cycle of primary education.

As regards personal qualities I should like to point out my ability to become part of a team and the preparations of annual classroom programs. Also, I value my capacity to be creative and my entire dedication in my profession.

I should like to thank you in advance for considering this application and suggest the possibility of us meeting in an interview to explain any further details you may like to know about my work experience.

I enclose my curriculum and look forward to hearing from you.

Yours sincerely,

Ejemplo de carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

Cómo redactar una carta de presentación de profesores en inglés

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am an English teacher and I would like to present my curriculum in case any teaching vacancies come up for the next academic year.

As you can see from my CV, I have been teaching for about five years now, mostly EFL but also some German and Spanish. I have performed my professional activity in different contexts (university courses, in-company courses and private language schools), with students of all ages and with different learning purposes. I would like to expand on this last point by adding that, having taught in-company courses, Cambridge exam preparation courses and the English courses at FPCEE Blanquerna, which are generally oriented to whatever degree the students are doing, I am used to adjusting language courses to the learners’ professional or academic specific needs.

In addition to that, I can further back up my language teaching skills with my education and research, both of them completely oriented to second language teaching and learning (both MA degrees, doctoral studies and other courses). More specifically, I am familiar with techniques for internal differentiation and pedagogical use of ICT, and my research interests are L2 communication strategies, learning strategies and cognitive factors involved second language acquisition.

Please find my CV attached and do not hesitate to ask me for any further information you may need. You can also contact Maria González Davies or Josep Monsech, the coordinator of the English Department at FPCEE Blanquerna, for references if you need them.

Looking forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Cómo redactar una carta de presentación de profesores en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

Cómo redactar una carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés

Dear Sirs or Madams,

I am writing this letter to apply for a position in your school as an English language teacher.

Although my experience as a teacher is quite recent, I have noticed an important progress. As you can read in my résumé, I’m a very active and dynamic person. I have worked for two prestigious schools in Madrid in which I learned different ways of teaching and focusing on my students. Nonetheless, I’m aware there is still much to learn but motivation is something that comes with my personality.

As a teacher, I see myself as an easy-going but strict professional, who is very empathetic with his students and easily builds rapport with them. I also have a vocation of service to people, which leads me to care for my students learning and makes me be demanding although fair enough to put myself in their shoes. Moreover, I have always been acknowledged for my reliability and hard work, but also for my patience.

I would welcome the opportunity to meet with you and discuss my qalifications for working at your school. I believe my experience has given me the skills to make a valuable contribution. I look forward to hearing from you.

Yours faithfully,

Cómo redactar una carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación para profesores en inglés

Dear Sir or Madam,

“The roots of education are bitter but the fruit is sweet.” (Aristotle)

Learning a foreign language can be tough. It requires hard work, determination and patience. As a learner of several languages, I understand the struggles that students face when it comes to attaining a level of proficiency. I consider myself very fortunate to have been born in a country where English is the mother tongue. As a result, there was never much pressure on me to excel at language studies for the sake of career prospects. Nevertheless, at school I always found languages the most interesting subjects. This is perhaps one of the main reasons I decided to dedicate my life to teaching English as a foreign language.

I have been teaching English for 10 years now. I started my career in Japan in 2004 and before that placement I’d had very little classroom experience. However, by the end of my time there I had made up my mind to pursue this path as a way to combine the two things I love most in life: travelling and languages.

As the world’s de facto lingua franca, there are now more opportunities than ever before to teach English overseas. All you need in many cases is to be a native speaker and a passport. But, as everyone knows, there are teachers and there are “teachers”. Some individuals lack any real commitment to the profession and do not demonstrate any passion to teach. Others, including myself, are more dedicated to their work and really want to see results.

I have lived and taught English in three countries with completely distinct cultures and I now I have decided to “come home” to Madrid. Spain has been a part of my life ever since my Erasmus year in 1999. So why return now? Well, my time in Hong Kong was never supposed to be forever. After getting married, I decided I’d prefer to raise a family in the EU rather than China. Spain has always been like a second home to me so, despite the economic problems facing the country, my wife and I chose to settle in the country I know and love.

What teaching quality makes me stand out from the crowd? As my mother used to always say, my greatest strength is my unwavering enthusiasm. I am very enthusiastic about languages. I am also enthusiastic learning about the world around me. And at school, I am enthusiastic about helping adolescents realise their full potential, both inside and outside the classroom.

Today, English has become the global voice of the planet. Therefore, in my lessons I try to raise students’ awareness of world issues, such as the environment, multiculturalism and current affairs. As an instructor, I feel it is my obligation to enhance not only students’ linguistic skills but also their knowledge of Anglophone culture. Since English speakers are spread throughout the world and their language is widely accepted as the primary means of international communication and commerce, it seems only fitting to educate students about global topics. After all, today’s teenagers will be tomorrow’s leaders.

In conclusion, it’s clear from my previous work experience, solid references and relevant qualifications that I would be an asset to your teaching staff. I have no doubt that I will be able to settle in and readapt to la vida madrileña quickly. If nothing else, my résumé shows that I am adept at taking on new challenges and overcoming language barriers. To paraphrase Aristotle, education can sometimes seem like a bitter struggle but, given the right conditions, we can reap the sweet fruit of our labour in the end.

I hope that I will have the opportunity to give you further details of my career to date in the context of an interview.

Yours faithfully,

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación para profesores en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

 

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación para maestros en inglés

Dear Sir or Madam,

I am writing to enquire about the possibility of becoming a Primary School Teacher, as either a PE Teacher at your school, full-time.

My career focus is to continue gaining experience in the education field. I have enclosed a CV outlining my qualifications and two Reference Letters.

I have a Bachelor Degree Specialising in Physical Activity and Sport Sciences, a Primary School Teacher’s Degree Specialising in Physical Education, a Teacher Training Certificate (CAP) and the Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). I also have the FCE and the Advanced Level in English B2 (EOI).

I have gained nine years experience in the education field, three of them working as a Primary School Teacher and as a Physical Education Teacher (age range 3-11), having taught all subjects. I have been a Year 5 and 6 Teacher, in addition teaching SEN students. Currently I am teaching PE in a Primary School in London, where I have been working for one year and a half.

All my work experience within or outside of the classroom has been positive for me, but my passion and ultimate wish is to work as a teacher.

As a teacher, I feel my skills are my ability to listen to my pupils, treating them as individuals, motivating and encouraging team work, an aspect which the parents of my previous students have really appreciated. I consider myself strict regarding the students compliance to the class and rules, although I am also very attentive, patient and fair.

I would appreciate the opportunity to have an interview with you, or one of your colleagues regarding my employment opportunities at your school. I will be available to start working on the next course (September 2015).

If you wish to contact me, I may be reached at e-mail  or by telephone

Thank you for your consideration. I look forward to speaking to you soon.

Yours faithfully,

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación para maestros en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés

My name is Paul Lang and I am applying for the Teacher of English, History, or Head of Department/Key Stage. I am a teacher with 16 years classroom experience. I have GCSE, A-Level, IGCSE, MYP and IBDP experience and am familiar with all the exams and their formats. I have my Qualified Teacher Status issued from the UK. I have a Spanish partner and can speak some Spanish beyond the rudimentary level. Before my current position here in Albania, I taught CIE IGCSE and A-Level English Language and English Literature with excellent results. Because of this experience, I feel as though I would be an excellent fit for your school.

At The International School of Madrid, I was the Second in Department for English. During this time, we had some of the best results in school history. We continually helped students achieve passing grades in both English Language and English Literature when these students struggled to pass any of their other courses. I would like to think it was all me, but I know that the atmosphere of the British School System and our English department team worked hard each and every year in order to help prepare the students to achieve their potential. Our planning was strong, we reviewed our curriculum regularly, and we pushed ourselves as a team in order to help each student experience success.

I also organised theatre trips to London and helped organise events at the school. I acted as an advisor to students who considered going to North America for university. I provided tutoring sessions for struggling students and organised exam help classes during school vacations. I was always amenable to the needs of both the school and the students.

I am currently the Middle School Program Coordinator here in Albania. It is my job to ensure that all departments are working together to align their curricula so that it meets the needs of the students and the standards of our curriculum provider. I also act as a mentor for younger teachers, coordinate pastoral care for students, and write school policy. I also meet with parents when issues occur in the high school. Because of this, and because of my previous experience in British schools, I believe that I would make an excellent candidate for Head of Department.

Cómo hacer una carta de presentación de enseñanza en inglés.

– QUIZÁS TE INTERESEN NUESTRAS PLANTILLAS DE CURRICULUM DE PROFESORES Y MAESTRAS – 

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