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My name is Irina M. Kosykh.

 I live in the city of Tambov and work as a teacher
of English in the country-side.

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I am happy to study and teach foreign languages.
Also, I enjoy doing it together with my clever and ingenious students.

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5
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Besides, I love reading books, listening to music,
watching films, swimming, walking,

travelling and meeting new people, seeing new places,
getting new experience.

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I have got a very good family, a few trusted friends
and my cute but wayward cat named Fenya.

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I am pleased to welcome you to my virtual home.

Lev Tolstoi once said: “The perfect educator combines his labour of love with his love of children”.

I have great confidence that the universe communicates the all-important information to people in their early age, let’s say, under fifteen years. Take myself for example: when I was ten, I started to write endless novels, at the age of fourteen I was seized with a poetic inspiration, and, on top of it all, I almost daily played teacher in my school-days.

Nevertheless, I simply overlooked these clear and visible denotations of my predestination and therefore went wrong. After having worked for fifteen (!) years in different business areas, I began recalling little by little what I came in here for and trying to return back to myself… I decided to become a teacher. So why being a teacher is worth it?

Teaching is an art and a science concurrently which enables creative and scientific spheres work simultaneously. The main reason behind my decision to become a teacher is a human intercourse that implies exploring other people’s world, as well as deeper self-awareness. Children make you show all your goodness and all your badness whether you like it or not. They are the best catalyst of your individuality.

The second reason is a facility to keep at a level and even to improve my language proficiency because this activity requires continuous renewal and extension of the knowledge. There is a great opportunity to practice and to polish up my English on a daily basis.

The third reason may be a desire to recapture my childhood. When spending time with kids, I have to delve into their inward life, to refer to my own child’s experience, and to call back my childish memories. That is why we play so many games and tricks at my lessons. I dislike seeing my students bored or disinterested. Rapt in my task, I do my best to motivate and fascinate them with my subject as well. One more valuable reason to me is certainly the joy of creation! Every lesson, like a play, is a piece of work which never seems to be tedious, and where you appear — three in one — as a dramatist, an actor, and a spectator.

In other words, this hard and enthralling occupation gives me a chance to turn into a kid while being a grown-up, to create my own little world and to touch the others’ ones, to prove myself, and to fulfill my potential and abilities.

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+ WHO I AM
000

My name is Irina M. Kosykh.

 I live in the city of Tambov and work as a teacher
of English in the country-side.

4

I am happy to study and teach foreign languages.
Also, I enjoy doing it together with my clever and ingenious students.

7
5
1
2

Besides, I love reading books, listening to music,
watching films, swimming, walking,

travelling and meeting new people, seeing new places,
getting new experience.

33

I have got a very good family, a few trusted friends
and my cute but wayward cat named Fenya.

6

I am pleased to welcome you to my virtual home.

+ WHY AM I A TEACHER

Lev Tolstoi once said: “The perfect educator combines his labour of love with his love of children”.

I have great confidence that the universe communicates the all-important information to people in their early age, let’s say, under fifteen years. Take myself for example: when I was ten, I started to write endless novels, at the age of fourteen I was seized with a poetic inspiration, and, on top of it all, I almost daily played teacher in my school-days.

Nevertheless, I simply overlooked these clear and visible denotations of my predestination and therefore went wrong. After having worked for fifteen (!) years in different business areas, I began recalling little by little what I came in here for and trying to return back to myself… I decided to become a teacher. So why being a teacher is worth it?

Teaching is an art and a science concurrently which enables creative and scientific spheres work simultaneously. The main reason behind my decision to become a teacher is a human intercourse that implies exploring other people’s world, as well as deeper self-awareness. Children make you show all your goodness and all your badness whether you like it or not. They are the best catalyst of your individuality.

The second reason is a facility to keep at a level and even to improve my language proficiency because this activity requires continuous renewal and extension of the knowledge. There is a great opportunity to practice and to polish up my English on a daily basis.

The third reason may be a desire to recapture my childhood. When spending time with kids, I have to delve into their inward life, to refer to my own child’s experience, and to call back my childish memories. That is why we play so many games and tricks at my lessons. I dislike seeing my students bored or disinterested. Rapt in my task, I do my best to motivate and fascinate them with my subject as well. One more valuable reason to me is certainly the joy of creation! Every lesson, like a play, is a piece of work which never seems to be tedious, and where you appear — three in one — as a dramatist, an actor, and a spectator.

In other words, this hard and enthralling occupation gives me a chance to turn into a kid while being a grown-up, to create my own little world and to touch the others’ ones, to prove myself, and to fulfill my potential and abilities.

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