Month: February 2017

  • An American Village in France: How I earned money abroad for a summer

    While studying French at UC Santa Barbara, I knew that though my essays may have been technically accurate, I’d never achieve the fluency level I wanted without spending time in a French-speaking territory. The need for immersion is both the reason I went abroad and the reason I was able to do so. In lieu of […]

  • Business English lessons with Gymglish!

    Gymglish provides a story-based approach to business English as you follow the tale of the Delavigne Corporation in San Francisco.  Click here for a special extended offer: A free level assessment + 1 month free trial. Then, contact me to set up private lessons to supplement your learning with Gymglish!  

  • TAPIF: Assistantship in France

    I was asked to give the following presentation for Jan Frodesen’s LING 139 at UCSB.   Feel free to contact me with any questions and peruse the presentation. [embeddoc url=”” download=”all”]   Examples of materials I created for my class: [embeddoc url=”” download=”all”] Example of the notes I took for each individual class: [embeddoc url=”” […]

  • Opportunities for TESOL Online

    This quarter I was asked to make a few guest appearances in Jan Frodesen’s LING 139 course Intro to TESOL at UCSB. The following is a recording of the presentation I gave regarding online opportunities as a second language educator. In it, I cover my experience teaching English via video chat as well as doing some […]

  • ‘Teacher Aubrie’ introduction now featured on Lingokids app!

    Lingokids Live is a new feature for Lingokids app users which connects kids with native English speakers for one on one or group lessons. Now, Lingokids can meet some of the Lingokids Live teachers right in the app with their introduction videos!   See the full video here: