UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE SINALOA
CENTRO DE ESTUDIOS DE IDIOMAS, CULIACÁN, UAS
LICENCIATURA EN DOCENCIA DEL IDIOMA INGLES

THESIS DEVELOPMENT 7TH SEMESTER
School Management & Leadership
Extraordinario Exam

PARTICIPANT:
THALIA PEREGRINA SÁNCHEZ LARIOS

TUTOR:
RENZO MARQUEZ RUIZ

* Introduction

This Project is about creating our own English Language Center, mentioning and including all the important aspects that an Institution of this type has and offers.

I think that this subject has helped a lot in order to have a clear idea and a real idea of what you gave to do to accomplish this dream, to put into facts what you have on your mind, I thought that it would be a piece of cake but I ended up shedding some tears after realizing what it really takes. It demands a lot of work, researching, thinking and analyzing to come up whit what you really want. Without having knowledge of this subject I might have ended up mixing things.

* Name of your school: MyEnglish Language Academy * Vision: * To prepare and inspire learners for real life and to become the destination of choice for the most ambitious, also to provide academic, personal and professional grow and success. Our vision is to strive for excellence and we believe in the principle of education for all through our innovative programs.

* Mission: * It is our mission to prepare our students for leadership, excellence and success. We believe that the best way to achieve this is to provide a personal experience for each student. We invite and value the spirit of community, creativity and professional growth. We support each other. We have joy in who we are and who we are becoming.

* Values: * We are committed to proactive, open and effective communication. We respect the rights and diverse needs of others.

* We value and will respond in an appropriate manner to the voices, ideas, and understanding of all our community members.

* Our culture of

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