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Jenny Lee Hunter-Smith

France South Africa

Lecturer to department Modern Languages and Foreign Cultures
Professional Graduate Certificate in Education, Natal University

Areas of expertise

  • English as a Second Language (ESL)
  • English Language and Cultures
  • Marketing & Sales
  • Occupational Psychology

Jenny-Lee Hunter-Smith, has been teaching at Grenoble Ecole de Management since 2006 and has been a permanent emlpoyee since 2017. Subjects taught include Critical Reasoning & Ethincal Thinking, Advanced Communication Skills, Business Management (for both the working community and high-level sports people), Marketing courses and Business Psychology courses. English lessons have also included high level training and preparation for the intensive TOEIC test. English classes have also been taught at Afsic and Abaque training centres, and to students in IUT2 Grenoble and STENDHAL University also in Grenoble. Prior to working at GEM, upon arriving in France, Jenny-Lee was the Manager of LSPD Dental Laboratory for two years. While living in South Africa, she was the Personal Assistant (P.A) at Highway Dental Laboratory in Durban. Previously, at the start of her career, she taught English Literature, History and Counselling (both emotional and career counselling) at Beachwood High School, also in Durban. Degrees and diplomas achieved include a Higher Degree in Education (H.D.E) and a Bachelor of Arts (B.A). Major subjects studied at Natal Univerity include High Level English Literature and Advanced Clinical Psychology. Other diplomas attained include a TESOL diploma (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) and a Computer Training diploma. Additional languages spoken are French (Fluent) and Afrikaans (Intermediate). Recently attended a training in the software package for traditional qualitative data anlysis. Subjects of personal research centre mainly on psychology, the mind, emotional and psychological addictions, and current trends that determine ever-changing thinking patterns. Personal research has also centred largely on behaviour economics and logical fallacies. Other areas of study are the emotional effects of fake news, social media, influence and dependence.