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Let's Talk About Me

A brief introduction of all things Roy-Gene.
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Roy-Gene Aidan

on 20 August 2015

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Transcript of Let's Talk About Me

Meet Your
Teacher!

The Basics
From Whence I Came
The Kin
More Things About Me
Passionate about organic living, sustainability, and building with natural materials
Wants to teach for a few more years before earning a Master's degree
Interested in working for the U.S. Foreign Service
Wants to retire to an organic farm and build his own house from mud
Likes and Hobbies
Enjoys writing, reading, being outdoors, and socializing
Prefers to grind his own coffee beans when making coffee
Loves sushi, guacamole, and Baghali Polo more than any other foods
Roy-Gene Aidan
About Me
About My Teaching
Teacher at the Daegu-Gyeongbuk English Village near Daegu, South Korea, from 2013-2015
Many lessons are taught in situational classrooms, designed to look like real-life locations
Students ranged from elementary, to middle and high school, and to college and adults
Teacher in Douliu City, Yunlin County, Taiwan
Worked at three (3) different public schools in Yunlin County, two elementary schools and one junior high school
Oklahoma, USA
Formerly "Indian Territory," the State of Oklahoma is in the center of the United States of America
End of the Trail of Tears in the 1800s
Center of the Dust Bowl of the 1930s
Site of the Oklahoma City Bombing in 1995

Double Tree Ranch
1000 acres (405 hectares) in Southeast Oklahoma at the edge of the Oachita Mountains
Atoka County, Oklahoma
1830
1790
1870
1900-2013
1780
25 years old
From Stringtown, Oklahoma, USA (pop. ~400
Graduated from Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma in 2012
Moved to Korea in February 2013, and spent two years working at an English Village
Moved to Taiwan in March 2015 and spent four months working at a public school in Douliu City, Yunlin County
Moved to Taipei in July 2015
My Ancestors
Charles Postley M
(1832-1902)
My great-great-great-grandfather
Born in Ohio, moved to Missouri, then Texas
On the way back to Missouri, the family's horses died in Oklahoma
Believed to have fought in the American Civil War
John Adams M.
(1808-1894)
Born in New York City and died in Nebraska
Became one of the early American pioneers, settling in the Ohio River Valley
Was a schoolteacher and a Christian minister
All of his children took part in the United States' western expansion of the 1800s
David "Davy" Crockett
(1786-1836)
My most interesting ancestor, born in Tennessee and died in Texas
Famous all over America both during his life and now as a pioneer
Member of the United States Congress in the 1830s and opponent of President Jackson
Moved to the Mexican state of Tejas (Texas) after losing his seat in Congress
Fought in the Texas Revolution and died fighting Santa Ana at the Alamo
My Family Today
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