How will the proposed study contribute to your career?
In the short run, I hope to have the opportunity to improve and sharpen my skills and ability in the fields of translation, interpreting, and teaching. Then, my options will come back translating, interpreting and teaching, and continuing my projects, i.e., writing a book and being a columnist. In the future, I see myself as a specialist in these fields, developing professional and outstretch programs, becoming a sworn translator and sworn interpreter, building official translation and institution, teaching. Simultaneously, I would like to be a researcher in higher education.
Working on these dreams requires me to learn in-depth about translation, teaching, and interpreting. Therefore, I need to sharpen each element of language skill, train my independence, and build up positive characters within myself. Getting involved in a two-year program abroad will strengthen my self-discipline, communication skills, and critical thinking. This improvement will lead me to my professional and personal goals. Through my interpreting, teaching ideas, translation, and writings that I have shared and would love to share, I put massive expectations both in the short term and/or long term that they would benefit my country, my island, my family, and my family myself.
With the knowledge and experience in the future, I will have the opportunity to gain more skills that I need to become a great and inspiring teacher. My future goal is to become an English educator for all ages with up-to-date knowledge and practical skills in English teaching issues. My bachelor’s degrees and working experience have provided me with a strong foundation for both. This master program will give me the skills in second language reading and writing, theory, research, and practice in the classroom for second language acquisition and language in education planning principles. That skills to polish what I have got so far to make a significant difference in English teaching.
Furthermore, in Indonesia, students often complain about how boring an English classroom is. In addition, many people still think that English is scary and difficult. I want to change that perspective by giving different approaches to teaching English. Furthermore, living abroad in an English-speaking country such as Australia gives me a plethora of knowledge and experience to share with my students.
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