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ESL Teachers (female) No experience required Ace Language

Teaching Academy 2nd fl. Ace Pension House, ML Quezon Highway,


Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu

ESL Teachers (female)


No experience required
Ace Language Teaching Academy
2nd fl. Ace Pension House, ML Quezon Highway, Pajo, Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu

ACE LANGUAGE TEACHING ACADEMY

Currently we are looking for:

ESL TEACHERS

Position type: Full Time/Part Time


Education level: Bachelor Degree

Qualifications:
1. Female, 20 to 40 years old.
2. A graduate of any 4-year course.
3. Excellent command in English.
4. Can work with minimal supervision.
5. Can deal students with diverse culture.
6. ESL Teaching Online / Offline experience is a plus!
7. Fresh graduates with above scholastic records.

For the interested parties you may call us from Mon. to Fri. 9 A.M to 5 P.M and look for
Ms. Josephine..Thank You!

Interested parties may send their application letter, comprehensive resume with recent 2x2 photo and
other pertinent records to:

Julie Han
Administrative Staff
Ace Language Teaching Academy
2nd Floor Ace Pension House, ML Quezon Highway Pajo
(in front of Gaisano Mactan)
Lapu-Lapu City, Cebu
6015 Philippines

Tel. No. 032-341-1546/032-505-5574


Mobile #: 0917-4312465
Elementary Teacher Makati

09 Jan 2013
Date Posted

Company Name: Talent School of Academics and Arts


Position Type: Full-time
Experience: 1 4

Requirements:

Candidate must possess at least a Bachelor's/College Degree in education (Professional


License Exam), Education/Teaching/Training or equivalent
Required skill(s):
o Elementary/Specialization: English, Math, Sibika, Science, MAPE
o True follower of Christ
o Has a background in progressive education
o Excellent written and oral English communication skills
o Genuine commitment to professional development as a teacher
o Enthusiastic and dedicated
o Willing to develop dynamic and innovative teaching strategies
o Portrays exemplary leadership skills
o computer literate
o Evaluates student performance and provides guidance which will promote the
student's welfare, educational
o Must be hardworking, honest and patient.
Required language(s): English, Filipino and Can speak Mandarin is advantage
Full-Time positions available

Interested applicants may send their resumes to: tsaa2012@yahoo.com or call 6547452
and look for
Vilma M. Moredo/ Arlene Roque
Obituary: Nereida Skelton was a devoted Sacramento teacher

By Carlos Alcal
calcala@sacbee.com
Published: Sunday, Jun. 3, 2012 - 12:00 am | Page 4B

Nereida Skelton, a talented and hardworking teacher in Sacramento for 33 years, died Friday
in Sutter General Hospital from complications of bone marrow cancer, said her husband, George
Skelton. She was 68.

Mrs. Skelton taught at McClatchy and Kennedy high schools, coaching debate and speech, and
advising the student newspaper.

"McClatchy's newspapers had articles every bit as competitive as some small towns'," said Rogierre
Wilcox, who had known Mrs. Skelton since the 1960s, when both were young teachers.

Mrs. Skelton would put in long hours with debate teams, help students out of her own pocket, travel
out of town for weekend tournaments coping with student antics only to return to the classroom
the next day, Wilcox said.

When Mrs. Skelton became adviser for "The Prospector" at McClatchy, she was there until 10 p.m.
many times.

"She did above and beyond," said Jean Ryan, her best friend and another teacher.

One star pupil, Matea Gold, has gone on to write for the Los Angeles Times, and is now in the
Washington, D.C., Bureau for Tribune Media.

Mrs. Skelton's help wasn't limited to student writers.

Her husband, a 51-year veteran of the L.A. Times who now writes a political column, also relied on her
counsel.

"She was my secret editor," he said. "Hardly a column would go into the paper without her reading it
first and offering no-BS advice."

Nereida Lynn Coulter was born in Milwaukee and moved with her family to Phoenix when she was a
teen.

The family lived in a small house behind her father's A&W drive-in.

"Whenever a bunch of high school kids would show up after a game, an alarm would sound and it was
all hands on deck for the family, and laced-up skates for Nereida," her husband said.

After graduating from the University of Arizona, she came to Sacramento to "flee the desert," her
husband said.
She was introduced to George Skelton by a fellow teacher, Jean Ryan's late husband, and the pair
married at the Ryans' home in 1974.

The couple moved several times because of George Skelton's job, always returning to Sacramento.

Among friends, she was known not only for the strength of her teaching, but her strength in the face
of multiple illnesses and the strength of her political observations.

She was the first in her group to recognize Barack Obama's potential, "when the others of us were still
looking over the field," said Wilcox."

Her last political act was casting a ballot for Proposition 29, the tobacco tax initiative, from herhospital
bed, where she also reviewed one of her husband's columns, he said.

Mrs. Skelton had battled numerous illnesses, but would be the first to visit a friend who was sick,
Wilcox said.

"She met every challenge with optimism," Wilcox said.

"I called her the Comeback Kid," said Ryan, describing how she'd rallied from previous illnesses.

This time, she'd gone into the hospital to prepare for a marrow transplant. Medications given to
counter side effects of chemotherapy are believed to have caused liver damage, which led to aheart
attack and virtual shutdown of her vital organs, her husband said.

She died surrounded by her husband, stepdaughters and their husbands.

Obituary: Walter Leslie Bornmuth was a Biology Teacher

Walter Leslie Bornmuth, age 81, passed away at his home in Portland, surrounded by his family on
Saturday, November 13, 2010. He was born on February 7, 1929 in Mount Vernon, Washington to
Ralph Henry and Mona (Silvers) Bornmuth. Walter attended a one-room grade school in South
Chester, from which he graduated the eighth grade. Walt went on to graduate from the University of
Oregon with a degree in Biology. On June 7, 1950, he married Beverly Ann Siggerstad. Together, they
had five sons. Walter and Bev enjoyed traveling together as well as spending time with family and
friends. Wayne was a Biology instructor at Forton High School, where he made lifelong relationships
with many teachers and students. A scholarship in his name is sponsored and financed by a former
student. Wayne served three terms as President of the Silverton School Board, and the Lutheran
Cemetery Association. Walters special interests and hobbies included raising a family and caring for
Gods creation through planting trees and gardening. Some of his favorite times out and about were to
watch his grandchildren play basketball, having lunch with friends, and canoeing with his sons. He is
survived by his beloved wife of 59 years, Bev; sons, Carl (Valerie), Paul (Gert), Tim (Amy), Howard
(Erin), and Ken (Mandy); 10 grandchildren; and many nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be
held on Thursday, November 18, 2010 at noon at Grace Lutheran Church, 908 Army Rd., Silverton.
Burial will follow at Silverton Lutheran Cemetery. The family will greet friends at church on Thursday
from 10:00 am until the time of service. Children are the only form of immortality that we can be
sure of.