- 1 Post By jackolantern
Please, I need a sample of Curriculum Vitae.
I need to know the main point I should write to get a job, to be a teacher of a second language.
I need to know whether I should write complete sentences or not.
Any sample, please
There are tons of samples online. Here are some I found by doing a Google search.
However, I am not a teacher, and am just a native speaker, so I am not familiar with CVs. Therefore, I cannot comment on the accuracy, formality or form of any of these samples or their writing strategies. They should be enough to get you started though. First linked is the "Resumes" forum on this site, which also includes CVs. There should be some samples in that forum that have been checked by the resident English teachers. The rest are Google links to sample CVs, and topics about writing CVs. I hope these help!
CVs, Resumes and Applications - UsingEnglish.com ESL Forum
Curriculum Vitae Samples
Sample Curriculum Vitae
Preparing a Curriculum Vitae: Proven Success Strategies
The following is a link found when searching ESL CVs specifically:
Create an Effective CV
Maybe some of the English teachers here will be able to answer your questions specifically without making you comb through all of these links, although hopefully these sites can give you some info to look over while we wait for someone with more expertise.
Where are you hoping to get a job?
Originally Posted by sash2008
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