Yueming Guo

Freelance Narrator & Editor

Location:Bridgeville, Delaware, United States
2 Skills
Yueming Guo
Email: yueming.sophie@gmail.com
Mobile: 203.503.1866
Address: 304 E. Flagstone Dr, Newark, DE 19702
Master of Arts, University of Delaware, Newark, DE
• May 2009
• GPA 3.879/4.0
• Field of study: Teaching English as a Second Language
Certificate of Teaching Chinese as a Second or Foreign Language Training, Beijing Language and Culture University, Beijing, China
• In Progress
• Through distant learning
• Professional training to be a Chinese instructor
• Field of study: Teaching Chinese as a Second or Foreign Language through distance learning
Certificate of Graduation, English Language Institute (ELI), University of Delaware, Newark, DE
• Oct. 2007
• Graduated as an honor student
• Field of study: English as a Second Language
Bachelor of Arts, Northeast Normal University, Changchun, China
• Dec. 2002
• Professional training teaching English as a foreign language, translation training from Chinese to English & from English to Chinese
• Field of study: English(major), Japanese(minor)
Honors & Awards
• Honor student with a special award at the ELI in recognition of achieving the high advanced level in English language skills (Oct. 2007)
• Vice-president of the Students' Association with a special award for outstanding leadership, Northeast Normal University (2001)
• Second-class fellowship, Northeast Normal University, awarded to students with excellent academic records (2000)
• Second-class award winner of the composition contest of Changchun city, China (in Mandarin) (1994)
• More than thirty awards for speech contests, poem performances and more than a hundred opportunities to host a variety of performances, contests, conferences etc. (in Mandarin or in English ) (1986--2008)
Languages & Skills
• High proficiency in English & Chinese, advanced knowledge of Japanese
• Proficient in MS Windows systems, MS Word, MS PowerPoint, MS Access, MS Excel, MS Outlook, EndNotes
Presenter at the Penn TESOL-East Fall Conference, PA
• The topic was Communicative Approach in China. (Nov. 2008)
ESL (English as a Second Language), Chinese and Japanese Teacher, Middletown, DE
• Aug. 2009---June. 2010
• Aug. 2011---now
• Appoquinimink School District
Early Childhood Education Assistant Teacher, DE
• Aug.2011—Nov.2011
• Kiddie International Academy
Senior People Caregiver, Newark, DE
• Jan. 2009-Aug.2009
• Take care of a senior lady
ESL, Chinese, Japanese teacher, translator, Wilmington, DE
• Aug. 2010—now
• Back to Basics Learning Dynamics, Inc,
Chinese teacher, the First State Community Chinese School, DE
• Oct. 2008--Feb. 2010
• Taught third, eighth grade, ninth, students in Mandarin, taught ESL to adults
• Each class is about approximately twenty students
• Substitute for other teachers when necessary and create lesson plans and develop assessments such as final exams
Chinese teacher, private residence, DE
• Nov. 2008--Nov. 2009
• Teach three students (four to five years old) Mandarin
• Create lesson plans
Tutor, University of Delaware, DE
• Feb.2009--May 2009
• Tutor three undergraduate student at the University of Delaware in Mandarin including grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening
English as a Foreign Language (EFL) Instructor, Northeast Normal University, China
• Jan. 2003--Jan.2004
• Taught, coordinated & tutored college level EFL students
Director of Religious Education, New Castle Presbyterian Church, DE
• Mar. 2009--Dec. 2010
• Teach religion to three to ten children (from three to twelve years old) (in English)
Youth Sunday school Teacher, New Castle Evangelical Chinese Church, DE
• Feb. 2008—June2010
• Teach religion to approximately ten elementary age students in English and create lesson plans every week for assigned months
Tutor, private residence, Drexel Hill, PA
• May 2006--Nov.2006
• Tutored American students in Mandarin ( high school students or adults)
ESL Tutor, private residence, Newark, DE
• May 2009--Dec.2009
• Tutor one ESL student in English including grammar, reading, writing, speaking, and listening
• Part-time translator and interpreter for American teachers at Northeast Normal University, China (2000)
• Part-time translator, Changchun, China (2002-2005)
Other Experiences
• Hostess of the 2010 Chinese Festival with Delaware Chinese American Association(June 2010)
• Hostess of the 2009 Chinese New Year Celebration Performance with Delaware Chinese American Association(Feb.2010)
• Hostess of the 2009 Christmas Celebration at New Castle Evangelical Chinese Church (in Mandarin) (Dec.2009)
• Hostess of the 2008 Christmas Celebration at New Castle Evangelical Chinese Church (in Mandarin) (Dec.2008)
• Broadcaster of the university radio station, Northeast Normal University (in Mandarin & English) (2000)
• Solo singer at 2009 Chinese New Year Celebration, Delaware Chinese American Association (in Mandarin) (2009)
• "Sing For My Lord" (a testimony) published in Wilmington Community Evangelical Church's magazine, Showers of Blessing (2009)
Name: Deborah L. Panchisin
• Title: Director of Elementary Education of Appoquinimink School District
• Relationship: my supervisor
• Contact: Email: Debbie.Panchisin@appo.k12.de.us Phone: (302) 376-4270
Name: Jeff. Davis
• Title: Principal of Bunker Hill Elementary School
• Relationship: my prior supervisor
• Contact: Email: Jeff. Davis @appo.k12.de.us Phone Number: 302-378-5138 Ext 1126
Name: Scott Stevens
• Title: Director of the English Language Institute at the University of Delaware
• Relationship: my prior professor
• Contact: Email: sstevens@udel.edu Phone Number: 302-831-2674
Name: Jerry Parker

• Title: President of Delaware County Community College
• Relationship: my friend
• Contact: Email Jerparker@aol.com Phone Number 610-284-6278

Name: Lihua Chang

• Title: Director, Northeast Normal University
• Relationship: my prior supervisor
• Contact: Email changlihua6@gmail.com
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