Ul. Bronowicka 37
Pon – Pt: 9:00 – 19:30
Na, wie geht’s? Nazywam się Małgorzata, lub Margarete i uczę już od 19 lat w Prologu. Prowadzę zajęcia na różnych poziomach i często odpowiadam na pytania typu: dlaczego z ”der,die,das” robi się nagle ”dem,der,dem”, który czasownik idzie z jakim przypadkiem i dlaczego Genitiv powoli ”umiera”. Oprócz tego staram się na zajęciach z konwersacji zachęcić kursantów do rozmowy i pokazać, że język niemiecki to coś więcej niż piosenki Rammstein-u.
I’m curious person and I haven’t met a challenge that I haven’t conquered. I started teaching English 4 years ago, because a lot of my friends wanted to learn this daring language. I work with adults and kids. Working in Prolog has helped me improve this interest immensely. The best part of teaching for me is the fact that I am a teacher, but I get to experience culture, life and see the world from the perspective of my students (from the adults and also the kids).
My name’s Ed and I’m originally from north-west England. I’ve spent the last seven years teaching English, split between Poland, China, Saudi Arabia and my homeland. My background prior to teaching is rooted in philosophy, politics and the charity sector, areas that continue to interest me very much. I hold a BA in Philosophy, an MSc in Development and an MA in Applied Linguistics. I spend most of my time teaching and travelling, though I also occasionally write academic papers, work that’s been recognised with a British Council award. I’ve had a desire to live and work in Poland for quite some time, and this dream finally came true for me in September 2020.
Alex S. Mrazek
Hello Everyone, my name is Alex. I am an English Teacher with a BA in TEFL and a Masters in Applied Linguistics from The University of Liverpool. I have worked with both monolingual and mixed nationality groups of learners from close to 20 different countries. I started teaching in 2004 and wouldn’t want to do anything else. My job is the best in the world ! I get to share my passion for language with students, show them how beautiful, fascinating and useful English is. Yet most importantly, teaching gives me the opportunity and the pleasure to meet incredible people wherever I travel to work. I like learning new languages; apart from English and Polish I speak a bit of Spanish and now I am attempting Chinese. That gives me the chance to put myself in my students’ shoes and thus appropriately support them on their own journey.