I always feel teaching English is a very interesting job. It has always been my passion to converse or to communicate especially to foreigners. I have actually worked with Americans for more than 2 years, so I'm pretty confident of the way I speak English. My stepfather is Australian, so I use English a lot when talking to him as well. Lastly, I am also not afraid of making mistakes which was the reason why I have improved myself.
I graduated Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Honestly, I haven't really achieved honors or any awards during college but all I can say is that it has taught me a lot of things that influenced who I am now. One example is the value of holistic care, a total care that considers the physical, emotional, social, economical, and spiritual needs. From then on, I have come to be person-centered, to focus on the person as a whole.
I would probably say I am quite good in conversational English. During my college days, I have been one of the top students in our English class. I always participate in oral recitations, reports, and there was even one time I tried news casting. Even today, I always see to it that I keep on practicing to keep up with the standard of my English because I believe that no matter how fluent your English is, once you become lazy at using it, then you will go backwards. The more I use English, the better I become. =)