A Candidate For The Ed.d

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Objective A candidate for the Ed.D. degree program in interdisciplinary Education Studies in Long Island University as a well-balanced bilingual English and Korean linguist to use my language teaching, research, translating and interpreting between English and Korean in researching and developing more efficient and practical teaching and learning methodologies in SLA. Summary • Accomplished teacher with extensive experience in teaching English/Korean languagelessons. • Balanced bilingual linguist in Korean and English with exceptional linguistic skills and knowledge of second and third language learning processes. • MA graduate in forensic linguistics program with in-depth knowledge of general and forensic linguistic theories and application of scientific principles of linguistics in various linguistic settings. • Proven success in completing graduate and undergraduate level linguistics programs with honor as an ESL student. Education& Honors Hofstra University, Hempstead, New York, USA [May, 2014-May, 2016] Master of Arts: Forensic Linguistics, 4.0 GPA • Recipient of comparative literature department scholarship (spring, fall 2015). • Concentration: how speakers’ different L1 backgrounds affect the quality of their L2 grammar productions. • Thesis:“An Analysis of Production Frequency of English Definite and Indefinite Articles and Associated Syntactic Patterns in
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