About Billie

Billie Haase is an English teacher and a CELTA teacher trainer based in Barcelona. She has an MA in Communication Research and Phonetics from the University of Bonn and a PGCE in Primary Education from the Manchester Metropolitan University. After teaching children for five years in the UK, she decided to change her career path slightly and started teaching English to speakers of other languages.

She holds a Trinity TESOL Diploma from OxfordTEFL Barcelona and works as a teacher, teacher trainer and speaking examiner for the Cambridge exams throughout Catalonia.

Billie has been a speaker at the InnovateELT conference in Barcelona in 2018, 2016 & 2015, the English UK Management conference 2017 in Edinburgh and the BESIG conference 2015 in Sitges. She gives webinars, teaches online to train teachers at home and abroad and publishes videos on her YouTube channel to help learners improve their English.

In her free time she loves painting, playing the ukulele and going sailing.

 

12 thoughts on “About Billie

  1. Billie! I am glad to know that you are already in Barcelona. I am sure you are doing well. Thanks for teaching me for 3 months in manchester. It was very helpful and allow me to achieve my goals. Carry on updating this blog 😉 cheers

  2. Billie! Thank you very much for teaching me for three months. I found your method of teaching very helpful as you always focus in the weakness of each one of your students. Your classes are very dynamic, entertaining and challenging. I really appreciated everything that you taught me. Hope other people can have the opportunity to have you as a teacher ^^). Wish you spend a great stay in Barcelona!

  3. Hallo Billi Haase…
    My name Mailo (full name : La Ode Ismail Djabaru) and I am From Indonesia
    I’ve watched your video about pronunciation in youtube. I like it and you can help me to learn about it.
    I am going to continue learn pronunciation.
    Can you help me to learn about connection words/linking words?
    Do you have video about it?

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