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Marvin Deahan

Marvin Deahan

English Teacher, Exams Officer

I studied English Literature and Modern History at university in England, and then I qualified as a teacher at Manchester Metropolitan University. I have worked at a number of secondary schools in England, and have also taught English in Istanbul, Tokyo, and the Czech Republic.



I came to work in Warsaw because I enjoy experiencing living and working in different countries and cultures, and Warsaw was a city I had never been to. I also have Polish ancestors and so was interested on a personal level in making a connection with Poland.

In addition to my roles as a Year 12 tutor and English teacher, I am also the Examinations Co-ordinator at the school and I find this role to be stimulating and rewarding, in regard to the responsibility it involves. I have found this role to have helped me develop my organisational skills, both in terms of administration and the collaboration it requires with my colleagues.

I try to integrate  techniques into my lessons which lead to the highest quality learning because I think these methods allow for more collaborative group activities, in which students exchange their ideas on a topic or task, and then devise a plan of how to solve a problem or complete a task. It also helps teachers to cater for the various strengths that different students have. For instance, some enjoy activities with significant amounts of reading and writing, while others enjoy interacting with others in class discussions.