Anastasia M. Martinez

Creative and motivated EFL instructor
Female |San Francisco, United States

Member since: Jul 11, 2014

Last active on: Jan 30, 2017 at 10:06 AM (EST)

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Teaching Preferences

Online Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $10-20 per hour

In Person Teaching

One-on-One at $20-30 per hour

Group Teaching at $10-20 per hour

Teaches following Subjects/Exams
English (Others)
Language of Instruction: English
English ESL students
Teaching Experience

English teacher

St. Giles International, Calfornia, United States

Sep 2014 - Present

General English

In-Home/ Online tutor

n/a, Russian Federation

Aug 2011 - Present

General English

• Taught online English lessons to adults at beginner, elementary, and pre-intermediate levels.
• Conducted one-to-one English tutoring classes for kids, teenagers, and adults of various levels of English.
• Created individual lesson plans to meet the students’ needs and goals
• Wrote evaluations for each student in order to track their progress.

English teacher

Oxford English Academy, Russian Federation

Aug 2011 - Aug 2014

General English, IELTS preparation, Business English

• Created lesson plans according to the provided curriculum; adapted and supplemented textbooks as needed
• Taught English to teenagers through adults, at elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate, upper-intermediate, and advanced levels.
• Taught Business English classes to adults at Intermediate and Upper-Intermediate levels.
• Taught IELTS preparation classes.
• Wrote quarterly student evaluations and examinations.
• Attended Professional Development Webinars

English Instructor

Far Eastern Federal University, Russian Federation

Sep 2011 - Nov 2012

English Lexis, English Practical Grammar

• Planned practical, student-centered curricular in the Department of Linguistics and Intercultural Communication.
• Taught English to first, second and third year students majoring in philology and linguistics.
• Participated in conferences, forums, and seminars intended for English language teachers, for skills and career development.

Volunteer Teacher/ Student Teacher

St. Giles International, California, United States

Jul 2012 - Sep 2012

General English

• Taught English at pre-intermediate and upper-intermediate levels, across a wide range of ages and nationalities.
• Implemented lesson plans that targeted both receptive and productive language skills.
• Practiced a variety of student-centered teaching methods and activities.
• Identified problems English language learners may have due to interference from their L1.

English teacher

English World, Russian Federation

Sep 2009 - Jun 2011

General English

• Taught young learners through adults, including beginning, elementary, pre-intermediate, and intermediate levels.
• Planned lessons, augmented course curriculum, and provided supplementary materials according to needs of classes.
• Collaborated with staff on joint-class activities, including field trips, class performances, and special holiday events.



Far Eastern Federal Unversity, Russia

Sep 2006 - Jun 2011

Professional Exams & Certifications

Grammar for Teachers: Language Awareness. 5-hour online course.

Cambridge English Teacher Professional Development Courses, United Kingdom

Year Of Passing: 2013

Maximizing your IELTS score-In-depth analysis of IELTS test tasks and assessment criteria.

Students International IELTS Test Centre, Russian Federation

Year Of Passing: 2013

TITC English for Young Learners Certification, 120-hour online course

The International TEFL Corporation, Thailand

Year Of Passing: 2013

Grade A


United States

Year Of Passing: 2012


International TEFL Teacher Training Certification (ITTT) 120-hour online course

International TEFL Teacher Training, Thailand

Year Of Passing: 2012

Course Grade A+

Publications and Research
Errors: To Correct or Not to Correct
Anastasiia Mixcoatl-Martinez

The paper deals with the controversial question of error correction of learners' oral performance in a foreign language. The importance of errors in teaching foreign languages is in their definition, specific features, functions, types and in techniques of error correction in learners' speech. All of these aspects are considered in the paper.

The problems of learners’ control in teaching foreign languages
Anastasiia M. Martinez/ Svetlana Sukhomlinova

The paper is devoted to the control used to determine language and speech skills of learners. The importance of control in teaching foreign languages, its definition, and specific features taking into account the peculiarities of a foreign language are considered. The work deals with the kinds and forms of control.

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