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교수성명Gunther Breaux
분야Conversation-Based Learning, Communicative English
e-mailplangbro@gmail.com
Gunther Breaux has taught freshmen English conversation at HUFS for eight years. He's the author of several ELT books and he has presented at international conferences in Korea, Japan, China and the United States. His research interest is Conversation-Based Learning. Life is a contest of passion, ability, and showing up on time. His job is to give students the ability to express their passion in English.
교수성명Daniel Deacon
분야ELF, mechanics of writing
e-maildanhufs@gmail.com
Daniel grew up in Leicestershire, England, and graduated from the University of Plymouth with a BA degree in English Literature and History in 2002. He began teaching English in 2004, and has taught in the UK, Germany, the Czech Republic and South Korea. He began teaching university students at Dankook University in 2010, and graduated from the Dankook University Graduate School with an MA TESOL in 2012. He joined HUFS in 2013 and teaches speaking and writing to freshmen students.
교수성명Stephanie Ptak 
분야Master of Education: Curriculum and Instruction
e-mailstephanie.ptak@gmail.com
Stephanie Ptak is from the Chicago area, USA. She studied Spanish and Linguistics during university, which led her to study and then to teach in Spain for a few years in Barcelona and Mallorca. Stephanie came to Korea in 2011 and has taught in Gyeongsang-do and Seoul. She is most interested in teaching writing and researched this topic extensively during graduate school. She is also interested in bringing mindfulness into the classroom.
교수성명Scott Haven
분야Practical English, Learning English in Journalism
e-mails_dhaven@hotmail.com
Hello. My name is Scott Haven. I approach teaching from a creative standpoint. Good grades are very important, but I want students to see themselves as the remarkable human beings they are. I want them to know their self-worth and realize their potential is limitless. My philosophy rests on the idea that I must set high standards for students and for myself to help foster the intellectual development for students. I set the individual needs of students at the pinnacle of my lesson design and presentation of instruction. My goal has always been to provide meaningful, sustainable learning. Each semester causes me to reflect upon, and modify my teaching strategies to incorporate updated instructional practices to help my students obtain a great level of understanding and retention. There is no better way to benefit society than to teach, and I cannot wait for the opportunity to ensure success in the next generation of young students.
교수성명Todd Robert Hull
분야M. Ed., TESOL Temple University—Philadelphia
e-mailtoddhullhufs@hotmail.com
Professor Hull earned a Master’s Degree in Curriculum, Instruction, and Technology in Education with a specialization in TESOL from Temple University, Philadelphia. He has taught in the Communicative English Department at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies since 2010, where he specializes in Content-based Learning. Students in his classes improve their English proficiency through subjects like history, science, current affairs, and the media rather than in a traditional grammar-based curriculum. He believes that studying doesn’t have to be boring to be academic and his classes are rigorous, yet relaxed and fun.
교수성명Chris Kobylinski
학력English College of the Holy Cross Worcester, BA
TESOL Framingham State University Framingham, MA
e-mailchriskoby@gmail.com
Hi, I’m Chris Kobylinski, but you can call me Koby. I’m from the USA. I was born in Ohio, but spent lots of time in Massachusetts, Florida, and Seoul. I’ve lived in Korea for a long time and really enjoy it. I enjoy teaching students and especially focus on building up their confidence and improving their communication skills.
교수성명Ji Won Lee
학력BA in Applied Linguistics, University of Victoria
MA in English Education, Ewha Womans University.
e-mailjiwonenglish@gmail.com
I lived most of my life in Canada before moving to Seoul, Korea. I have a BA in Applied Linguistics from the University of Victoria, and an MA in English Education from Ewha Womans University. I began my teaching career at a private elementary school in Canada. After I moved to Korea, I continued to teach English at different schools until I joined the Committee on Practical English at HUFS in 2010. With more than 10 years’ experience, I am adept in classroom instruction, planning and testing. In addition to my experience and personal qualities, I have a solid educational foundation and a passion for teaching English. My goal is to provide my students with the necessary tools and confidence to communicate in English in academic and casual settings.
교수성명Michael Madill
분야Speaking Anxiety, Practical English Writing, Cooperative Learning
e-mailmadillhufs@gmail.com
Michael Madill has been teaching English for over ten years in Canada, the United States, and South Korea. He has published several research articles related to reducing speaking anxiety among language learners and presented at international conferences around the world. His goals in the language classroom are to create an environment where all students feel comfortable speaking English and to provide as much practice as possible using the language. Learning English does not have to be boring, and his classes are interactive where his students do most of the talking.
교수성명So-yeon Ahn
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Ph.D in Foreign and Second Language Education,

State University of New York at Buffalo

e-mailahnsy@hufs.ac.kr
After obtaining the master’s degree in TESOL at the University of Pennsylvania, So-Yeon Ahn earned her doctoral degree in Foreign and Second Language Education at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Based on her teaching experience in the United States and South Korea, she values the diversity her students bring to the classroom and use their personal experiences to enhance their learning.
교수성명Jinsun Choe
학력First/second language acquisition, syntax, psycholinguistics
e-mailjinsun@hufs.ac.kr
I earned my Ph.D. in Linguistics at the University of Hawaii at Manoa. My research interests lie in the study of language acquisition (first, second, bilingual) and psycholinguistics, particularly in the areas of syntax and semantics. I very much enjoy the opportunity to interact with students, and it has been a valuable experience working with students from various backgrounds.
교수성명Minyoung Cho
학력BA in English Language and Literature, Korea University
MA in English Language and Literature (English Linguistics), Korea University
Ph.D. in Second Language Studies, University of Hawaii
e-mailmycho@hufs.ac.kr
I earned my Ph.D. in Second Language Studies at the University of Hawaiʻi. at Mānoa. I specialize in second language learning, task-based language teaching, and motivation. I have taught English in Korea and USA, and enjoyed working with students from diverse backgrounds. As a teacher, I strive to create a classroom environment where students possess a sense of ownership of their own learning and the teacher and students collaboratively work toward achieving mutually established goals in the journey of learning.