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Merita Ismaili

Department : Language Center
Position : High Lector
Engagement type : Full time
Personal data
E-mail : merita.ismaili@seeu.edu.mk
Languages ( Self-evaluated )
Albanian
Native
Macedonian
C2 - Proficient
English
C2 - Proficient
Serbian
B2 - Upper Intermediate
Turkish
B1 - Intermediate
Slovak
A1 - Beginner

Education

  • 2006 - 2011: Master of Arts in English language Teaching
    Faculty: Faculty of Languages ,Coultures and Communications
    South East European University, Tetova,Macedonija
    Specialty: “Integrating internet technology into the EFL classroom”

Publications

  • Merita Ismaili,Shpresa Hasani. USING LEXICAL PHRASES TO HELP LOW LEVEL PROFICIENCY STUDENTS ACHIEVE BETTER SPEAKING COMPETENCE. In Multilingualism as a Challenge of a Linguistic, Literary and Cultural Communication, pp. 71. SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia, 2019. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. Google classroom as an effective tool in ESP classes. In 9th Austrian UAS Language Instructors’ Conference. FH Technikum Wien, Höchstädtplatz 6, 1200 Wien,, 2018. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Shpresa Mustafai. The role of emotional intelligence in decreasing the anxiety in language learning. In Global Journal of Foreign Language Teaching (GJFLT), pp. 116-120. Centre of Innovation Research and Publication, 1 / 2017. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. The effectiveness of using CALL in academic settings. In Media Literacy in Foreign Language Education Digital and Multimodal Perspectives. 2017. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Lumturie Bajrami. Information Gap activities to Enhance Speaking Skills of Elementary Level Students. In International Conference on Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language, GlobELT 2016, pp. 612-616. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Antalya,Turkey, 10 / 2016. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Lumturie Bajrami. The role of Video materials in EFL classrooms. In nternational Conference on Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language, GlobELT 2016, pp. 502-506. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Antalya,Turkey, 2016. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Lumturie Bajrami. The role of Video materials in EFL classrooms. In nternational Conference on Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language, GlobELT 2016, pp. 502-506. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Antalya,Turkey, 2016. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. Fostering Students’ Autonomy through Task-based Learning in Developing Students’ Speaking Skills in Academic Settings in the EFL Classroom. In Promoting Learner Autonomy in Higher Education, pp. 173-188. SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia, 2015. ISBN 978-608-4503-98-9 . (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. Teaching English in a multilingual setting. In International Conference on Teaching and Learning English as an Additional Language, GlobELT 2016, pp. 189-195. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, Antalya,Turkey, 2015. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Teuta Salii. USING L1 IN THE MULTICULTURAL EFL CLASS. In Journal of Teaching and Learning - TALKING ABOUT LEARNING, pp. 59-68. SOUTH EAST EUROPEAN UNIVERSITY, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia, 5 / 2014. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. “The effectiveness of the task-based learning in developing students’ speaking skills in academic settings on the EFL classroom-A study conducted at South East European University (SEEU)”. In 1st Albania International Conference on Education (AICE), pp. 291-299. Albania International Conference on Education, Durres,Albania, 7 / 2013. (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili. The effectiveness of using movies in the EFL classroom-a study conducted at South East European University. In Academic Journal of Interdisciplinary Studies, pp. 121-132. MCSER-CEMAS-Sapienza, Published by MCSER-CEMAS-Sapienza University of Rome, 5 / 2013. ISBN E-ISSN 2281-4612 . (Download)

  • Merita Ismaili,Teuta Salii,Shpresa Mustafai. THE EFFECTIVENESS OF USING TECHNOLOGY TO ENHANCE AUTONOMOUS LEARNING IN TEACHING AND LEARNING VOCABULARY A study conducted at SEEU . In Quality of Learning and Teaching Conference Proceedings, pp. 102-124. National Academy of Sciences, Tetovo, Republic of North Macedonia, 2013. ISBN 978-608-4503-88-0. (Download)

Work Experience

  • Oct 2003 - Present : High Lector
    "South East European University"., "Tetovo, Macedonia".
    Type of business or sector: English Language Teaching
    Main responsibilities:  Teaching basic English skills to all levels  Coordinate level; meetings;prepare mid-term and final exams;  Participate in professional development workshops

  • Sep 2001 - Dec 2002: Administrative Assistant
    Embassy of Switzerland ,, Skopje,Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Cooperation office SDC/seco
    Main responsibilities: Arrangement of meetings ,management of the agenda of the coordinator Correspondence with all institutions with which the Cooperation office maintains relations Translations in English, Albanian and Macedonian Maintaining the filling system and fi

  • Jul 2002 - Aug 2002: Office Manager
    Terra Amica, Gostivar,MAcedonia
    Type of business or sector: Italian NGO
    Main responsibilities: Meeting and informing local authorities about planned projects Follow-up of the projects Verbal and written reports Translation and interpretation in Albanian, Macedonian and English in written for the documents, verbally during meetings and discussion

  • Sep 2000 - Jun 2001: Teaching young learners
    "Bridges"”-school for foreign languages, Skopje,Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Teaching
    Main responsibilities: Organized and held English courses for beginners and advanced students.

  • May 1999 - Jun 1999: Interpreter/Coordinator
    GVC , Gostivar,MAcedonia
    Type of business or sector: NGO

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