cooking, gardening, reading books
I am Daryl Ann D. Beatisula. 24 years of age. A mother of two. Being an english enthusiast, it is an honor to impart my knowledge in English language and it is a privilege that students will be able to utilize it well. And as in incoming employee of KEYEYE, it is my heart’s content to be able to share your goals as well as vision in providing quality English education to Japanese students. My working profession started as a Merchandising Officer in one of the Malls here in the city. A year after, I became a Medical Sales Representative of Classique Pharmacs. Inc, a skin care company and just resigned to spend more time with my kids. Most of the time, I am in the kitchen cooking and reinventing foods. I’m also into macaroons baking which I thought is already my specialty and in fact already selling it. I read a lot especially those books that can help to inspire me. I'm also fond of gardening for it relaxes my soul. As a nursing graduate, it was inculcated in my mind, and my skills are honed to become an efficient conversationalist. My most recent job also trained and taught me Business English communication which really help me to be proficient with the language and to be an effective English communicator. I do well in vocabulary English as well as in Basic to Advance English. I may not be able to speak and understand Japanese Language but I can adjust my sails so that I will be able to learn so as to widen my horizon as well as be able to relate to my future KEYEYE students. I am always inclined to achieve my goal and to succeed in everything that I do no matter how hard it is. It is important that students learn something after our session. I am aware that humans as we are especially children have short attention span. Learning, to be effective should be interactive and fun as well. As a person full of love, surrounded by my significant others, I am a being that sees the future with radiance of positivity. Am receptive to criticisms and easily adapts to changes. I am also a goal-oriented person with full of patience and mostly, a God-fearing one. Japan according to what I’ve read and learned is such a progressive and powerful country. The culture and tradition is rich geographically, it is blessed. What I love most is the cherry blossom and dream to see one for real. As I think it depicts the passionate and romantic side of Japanese people. I also love sashimi since I can relate it to our very own General Santos City, the Tuna Capital of the Philippines. Sashimi of freshest and purest ingredients, reflects the Japanese’s people in their purest and kindest state. And who wouldn’t love bento lunch, green tea and shrimp tempura?
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