Ba Lao Shi Perfect English
Hong Kong's Professional English Instruction
In Hong Kong, Robert teaches special Writing Workshops for the Phd. Science and Communication students at Hong Kong Baptist University.
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Depending upon his schedule, Robert Badal is available as a university instructor. Teaching subjects of interest include ESL, The Mystery Novel, Novel into Film, American Film History, Writing, Business English, Marketing and Public Relations, and Business English topics such as Tourism, Hospitality, Medical, and Technical English. Please send him an email on the Contact page with particulars.
Robert had exceptional rapport with students. He used communicative and active teaching methods that were regarded a both extremely effective and very popular with students.The Faculty of Management was extremely satisfied with Robert’s performance. We can unreservedly recommend Robert as a teacher of Business English.
Richard Harris, Phd, Dean, Faculty of Management , Chukyo University
At Nanzan Junior College, Robert was commended for his introduction of student-centered teaching methods that encouraged critical thinking. Mr. Badal’s evaluations by both students and teachers put him at the very highest level of all instructors.
Robert Croker, Professor, Faculty of Policy Studies, Nanzan University
在南山，羅伯特繼續在愛知縣介紹發展教學方法和在學術研究和出版非常活躍，出版四個研究項目的大學學報，“神秘小說，一個古老的傳統製造新”，“燈，行動， 內容: 通過角色扮演和戲劇教內容豐富的英語,“聽的模式" , “商務英語，精要主題”（見資格：學術刊物和專業演示文稿）
Prior to relocating to Hong Kong, Robert was a full-time professor at Woosong University In Deajeon, South Korea. He taught Medical English for the nursing program (see Experience: English Training for Business: Medical English) , Business English for the Management students (see Experience: English Training for Business), Railroad Engineering Students (see Experience: English Training for Business: Technical English), a special TOEFL preparation camp for visiting Japanese students, TOEIC preparation, and did teacher training for the other professors in the TOEIC (see Teaching Experience: Test Preparation and Study Abroad). Additionally, Robert taught a filmmaking project class in which his students made a TV commercial that won a competition (see Teaching Experience: Drama and Public Speaking)
At Aichi Prefectural, Robert used drama to teach English and Communication (see under Teaching Experience: Drama and Public Speaking) and also taught the American Mystery Novel, Novel and Film and TV, Filmmaking Project, and Writing (see underTeaching Experience: Writing Instruction). Following the completion of his full-time contract, Robert continued at Aichi Prefectural as a part-time professor.
Robert also originated a project-based Business English class in which the students formed faux businesses and responded to real economic news that was also among Nanzan's most popular courses.
羅伯特在南山其中一商務英語課程用真正的經濟新聞 作項目為基礎教大學生商務英語 是最受歡迎的課程 之一。
While teaching full time at Nanzan, Robert was recruited to teach part time for the Chukyo University Faculty of Management, affiliated with Toyota Motor Corporation Logistics. Here, Robert expanded on his project-based Business English teaching and his students created peer-reviewed faux business projects.
Robert's Advanced ESL Listening and Discussion classes were two of the most popular and highly rated of all course at Nanzan University. (See Teaching Experience: English Conversation and Pronunciation).
At Nanzan, Robert continued to develop the teaching methods he introduced at Aichi Prefectural and was extremely active in academic research and publishing, publishing four research projects in the University Journal, "The Mystery Novel, An Old Tradition Made New," "Lights,Action, Content: Using Acting and Drama to Teach Content-rich English, "The Schema of Listening," and "Business English, The Essentials Subject." (See Qualifications: Academic Publications and Professional Presentations.)
Robert was also active in extra activities for students, participating in the celebrated Nanzan Oral Interpretation Festival and Short Play Contest (see under Teaching Experience: Drama and Public Speaking), offering writing assistance outside of the classroom (seeTeaching Experience: Writing), as well as actively helping students enter the job market.
In 2006, Robert was awarded a full time, 4 year contract at Nanzan University, one of Japan's most prestigious universities, ranked in the Top 10 for English Instruction.
While teaching at Nanzan, Robert was also recruited as a Visiting Lecturer in the Education Department at Nagoya University of Arts and Sciences to teach a special program for teachers in how to teach Kid's English. (see under Teaching Experience: English for Kids).
Teaching Experience: University Professor