Xuenian LENG (cropped)
Xuenian Leng

For the past five years, he has taught English, French and Mandarin Chinese with students from 5 to 65 years old and with class sizes of 1 to 200 students. His strength in teaching is to inspire and motivate his students to learn independently, efficiently and continuously.

Xuenian is an advocate of the ambition of Scottish CfE - to enable each child or young person to be a successful learner, a confident individual, a responsible citizen and an effective contributor.

He wishes to pursue a doctorate degree researching the difference between English speakers learning a European language (French) and Oriental language (Mandarin Chinese).

He is involved in voiceovers and hosting when he is free, this is why that his lessons are like game shows!


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