正如大衛美語的logo - “It’s your turn to talk!”
strive to give students the ability to discuss the topics that are important to them. I believe that it's important to be able to understand each student's unique difficulties and goals, and subsequently to tailor my teaching approach to leave them feeling satisfied, engaged, and interested in the materials I've taught. I always try to make learning fun, but at the same time provide motivation and concrete suggestions on how the student may improve his/her English.
Every student comes to my class with some knowledge of English. As an English teacher I try to develop and enhance student's preexisting knowledge by tailoring lessons to individual needs. Taiwanese students typically have a good foundation in English grammar and vocabulary but lack the ability to put their English skills practice. With this in mind, I focus on encouraging students to speak up and learn to express themselves in English.
Besides simply focusing on the mechanics of English, I emphasize the importance of understanding cultural and social issues in order to gain a more complete understanding of the English language. Additionally, I strive to help students move from textbook English to being able to speak like a native speaker.
Most importantly, I strongly believe that an effective teacher must be entertaining in order to captivate his audience's attention. Therefore, I endeavor to make my students have fun and relax in my classes. I enjoy using humor as way to develop a comfortable and enjoyable learning environment.