Curriculum Vitae
Dr. Neal D. Williams






ESL Teacher

My current position is "English Instructor" at Kyung Hee University in Seoul.  I started teaching at Kyung Hee in March 2000 and just recently signed a new contract to teach there for another year, from March 2001--February 2002.  Contracts are offered one year at a time.  Of course, no one can predict the future, but I enjoy my job and could, conceivably, work there for a long time.


Educational Background
       Note: My Master’s and Doctor’s degrees from Dallas Theological Seminary included many years of Greek, Hebrew, in addition to other ancient languages (Aramaic, Syriac, Ugaritic, and Akkadian) and modern languages (academic French and German for reading knowledge), as well as courses in ancient history, theology, and Bible.


Work Experience

English Instructor [March 2000--Present]
I currently teach English at Kyung Hee University in Seoul, Korea.  My department is called the Institute of International Education.  We teach four types of English conversation and composition classes:

ESL Teacher [September 1999--February 2000]
Taught at Soon Sung English School, Puchon, Korea.  Except for two adult classes, I taught children exclusively.  The ages ranged from pre-school to high school.

Librarian [July 1998--August 1999]
Worked in "Distance Library Services" at the Einstein Library of Nova Southeastern University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. My job consisted of "document delivery," which means securing journal articles and other materials for the University's distance students.

ESL Teacher [February 1998--July 1998]
Taught ESL at Inlingua Language Center, Aventura, Florida. I taught students from many different countries, including students from Argentina, Brazil, Columbia, Venezuela, Turkey, Germany, France, and Russia.  Inlingua Language Center , a world-famous language school, is based in Bern, Switzerland.

ESL Teacher [April 1996--January 1998]
Taught ESL at SISA Foreign Language Institute, Kyonggi-Do, Korea. The emphasis of my classes was on conversational English, though some explanation of grammar was necessary. I taught a mixture of classes and age groups: adults, children, high school students, college students, and professionals. I also taught a class of bankers who worked for Kookmin Bank, the largest bank in Korea. I was very well received by my colleagues and students.

Collectibles Business [1990--1996]
Private business in Lynchburg, Virginia.

Professor [1980--1990]
Professor at Liberty University and Liberty Baptist Theological Seminary, Lynchburg, Virginia. Title and rank: Associate Professor of Biblical Studies. “Teacher of the Year Award, School of Religion, 1984. Courses taught include: (1) On the undergraduate level: Beginning and Elementary Greek, History of the Ancient Near East, Greco-Roman History, Theology Survey, and various Bible courses; (2) On the graduate level: Hebrew, Systematic Theology, Old Testament Theology, Psalms.


Contact Information

Mailing address:
Dr. Neal D. Williams
Institute of International Education
Kyung Hee University
1 Hoegi-dong, Dongdaemun-gu
Seoul, 130-701
Republic of Korea

Email:
[email protected]



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