English as a Foreign Language Portfolio
This paper reflects my application of my philosophy of teaching. In the first part, I articulate my philosophy of teaching which works as a theoretical framework. In the second part, I analyze a series of practices from four perspectives, learner, learning contexts, curriculum, and assessment. I identify how these artifacts qualify TESOL standards and align my philosophy of teaching. In the third part, based on my analysis of artifacts, I propose the strength and weakness of my application and potential solutions of my weakness. I also point out what topics I need to continue researching and learning as a teacher. In the end, I come up with several methods to help me to keep developing as a teacher and professional after my graduation.