Daniel Hızar is a lecturer at the English Preparatory School of Arkın University of Creative Arts and Design. He has an Associate’s Degree in Computer Programming from T.C. Trakya University. He has graduated from English Language Teaching department at Eastern Mediterranean University as the top scoring student in the department in 2022. He has obtained his Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) certificate in 2016 and has been teaching English to adults and young adults ever since. He has participated as an Assistant Trainer in the delivery of a 10-hour module for primary school teachers entitled “Introduction to Child-Centred Learning” in 2022. The module was managed by EU-funded and supported Continuous Professional Development and Inspection Mechanism Project (CPDIM) which is a part of NIRAS Consortium. Throughout his 7-year work experience, he has worked in various institutions such as language schools in Istanbul and Continuing Education Centre of Eastern Mediterranean University as a teacher. In addition, he has assumed the role of Educational Diretcor in some language schools in Istanbul during this time. His research interests are mainly focused on linguistics with emphasis on computational linguistics, corpus linguistics, pragmatics, and natural language processing. He has presented two different pieces of research on the relationship between language teaching and musicals at Language-For-All Conference organized by Çukurova University in 2022, one of which entitled “Can Musicals Be Used to Teach Speech Acts?” has been published in the conference’s book of proceedings.