Khau, Hoang Anh
M.S. (California State University, Fullerton, USA.)
Office: B11.211, Fl 2, B1 Building.
Hoang Anh Khau is a Deputy Head of the English Department. He had served as an English teacher at a primary school in Tra Vinh city for 4 years before a TOEFL preparation course at SEAMEO Regional Training Center, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam. In 2009-2011, he completed his Masters Program in TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) at California State University, Fullerton, USA. There, in addition to studying, he did teaching observation and practicum in ESL classes. Moreover, he volunteered his teaching services for adult immigrants in the Shine Project. He has been working at Tra Vinh University from 2011 to present.
English (Preference: Speaking and Listening, Teaching Methodologies and Communicative Grammar)
Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Creativity in Education
Assisting ESL Teachers to Teach Grammar to Vietnamese Students (Dreams and Diversity-Visions of Tomorrow presented at California State University, Fullerton, USA, 2010)
Using Derivatives to Lighten the Vocabulary Learning Load (CATESOL Orange County Chapter Workshop presented at BIOLA University, California, USA, 2010).
The Importance of Motivation in Foreign Language Learning and Teaching Setting (Innovation in Teaching Centering on the Learner’s Own Creativity published at the yearbook of Thu Dau Mot University, Binh Duong, Vietnam, 2013).