My teaching method includes the use of textbook which I employed while teaching at Toronto Japanese Language School (textbook; GENKI at all levels). I prepare and work with my own worksheets with different topics for each lesson. Also, employing movies (ex.
I utilize the different methods/approaches depending on each learner. Ex) Modern Communicative approach / Writing-Diary Process / CLIL approach, etc. For example, if the learner wants to improve her/his communicative skills, I will make much of the communicative approach more, or if the learner hopes to brush their pronunciation level, I will employ the phonological approach.
My methodology is flexible and based on the individual student's needs. A typical class consists of teaching, exercises, questions and reading material. I am a special teacher because a i really care about helping my students progress to meet their goals.
Various options are available, depending on what you need, and how much time you have. Japanese grammar, reading and writing, test preparation, pronunciation, fluency, speed, common phrases, slang, business culture, Japanese etiquette, ceremony etiquette, etc.
I usually use “Ippo Nihongo Sanpo” and “Minnano Nihongo”. These are begginer-intermediate level textbooks.
I believe the student's learning style and personal goals are a priority. For example, I learned Japanese mostly through immersion in native texts, which helped me intuitively understand different nuances and meanings. However, some people feel more comfortable with structured lessons, using textbooks or even homework.
Language learning can be dry. This is why I want to teach you Japanese using materials that got you interested in Japanese in the first place. We will build your Japanese confidence and natural flow through focusing on conversation skills. I will develop a curriculum based on your Japanese goals, may it be improving your scores on your next exam to getting a job translating in Japan.
My lessons are mainly focused on verbal communication.
I create curriculums for each student based on their Japanese level. Since most of my students started as a beginner, I usually start from teaching basic Japanse letters (hiragana, katakana), then move on to basic grammers and easy Kanji. Usually each lesson takes 2hours, 1hour of writing, and 1hour of listening/speaking.
My class usually use Japanese. My first step is I am going to check your level. After I am going to make homework every time and you have to finish your homework.
My teaching methods are basically using textbooks you have, but depends on the subject. Japanese... I teach grammar and vocabulary using some prints I prepare. Music(piano) ... I teach how to play the piano using music scores you have. Science and mathematics... basically I’m going to use the textbook you have. If you don’t have, I prepare some Japanese problems.
My teaching method incorporates both discussion and demonstration methods that enable the student learning process. I prepare the subject matter according to each student and their capabilities assessing their level of skill throughout. I like to initiate the conversation and why it must be this way in order to allow the person learning to comprehend the meaning of the translation.
Although I will follow the standard book ‘ Minna No Nihongo’ for teaching basic concepts, my experience and knowledge about how to actually interact with Japanese people and how to behave and carry oneself in specific situations, which I have learnt from my stay in Japan, will help students deal with the real life situations which they may face when they visit Japan.
Hello! Thank you very much for visiting my classroom, Welcome! My name is Jael, I studied Japanese while living in Kyoto, Japan for two years, I have experience teaching in language schools and I'm currently doing a Master in Japanese Studies.
I like to adapt the content of the classes according to your purpose with the language (proficiency test, hobby, trip to Japan, need at work etc) and your willingness to study. Usually, I recommend a textbook to assist in this purpose, but if the emphasis is only on the conversation, the content would be specific to your need. The most important thing is to teach those who would like to be taught.
Konnichiwa everyone! I am native Japanese with 4 years experience. 2014-15: assistant: Japanese language course at the University in France 2016: Teacher at a Japanese language school for foreigners in Japan Since 2017 Individual Japanese language teacher in France The courses are for children and adults.
My teaching method is through book and gadgets.
Are you going to Japan? Do you like Mangas? The culture and the Japanese language attract you but you never dared to start? On the contrary, you already have a good foundation and want to take the JLPT exam? Or maybe you have to speak Japanese at work? My courses are adaptable according to your level and your objectives: - Discovery of the culture and the language (real beginners and false...
I am kind of person who always prefer to communicate and talk when learning a language, and I believe this is important to have capabilities in not afraid to make mistakes, and willing to express and communicate. For my teaching method and structure, I would like to introduce different topics of daily life such as simple, and easy dialogue in Japanese for beginner level.
I have a handful of handmade resources for all levels, that can be adapted and be used for any student. My teaching method will differ based on the student's needs and goals, whether it is spelling, writing or grammar.
My personality always attracts people, I can and love to talk different types of people who has common sense and always end up having fun knowing each other! So, before being as a teacher and student, I always like to be friends to each other. That leads to a better lesson, I believe.
I teach everything you need. Whether it would be conversational Japanese speaking or advanced grammar or kanji, hiragana, katakana writing. I can be flexible with the teaching style, pacing etc using familiar examples from what I would observe from you as we go.
Through conversations, we figure it out which part of your English is weak or strong. after that, we set the goal together. so we can see what we should do more and first. Depends on what kind of genre you wanna more learn, we can change subjects at any time.
My lessson is based on the accent and rythm of Japanese speaking rather than grammar or writing. I'm a native speaker with Kansai accent, and also able to show you the standard accent. I help you to speak fｌuent Kansai diarect or standard Japanese.
I brought back from Japan a lot of textbooks to learn the basics, the kanji, but also a lot of books to look more at the written comprehension of the current Japanese, formal and literary. I will develop courses according to your level and the points you want to address.
To learn to write the Japanese language, we will use specific books, similar to calligraphy. To practice writing, we will use songs that students will have to rewrite; In this way, they will be using the "letters" they learned with the books I mentioned earlier. The grammar of the language will be taught with grammar books.
Depending on the level, various aspects of the program I can provide include: >Flash cards of key vocabulary >Examples of how to use grammar patterns >Materials for practice in speaking, writing, reading as well as listening >Contacts in Japan to reference more native styles of writing or speaking >Mnemonics, songs for primary students >Suggest useful online tools for memorising >Give pointers...
I have experience in classroom teaching in public school, private school and also private tuition. I am more of a discussion/collaborative teacher and teach children aged 1-12yrs. My method of teaching involves two-way communication between participants.
I teach beginner to advance level speaking, writing and reading in Japanese. For writing, this includes logographic kanji and syllabic kana (Hiragana, Katakana). The fun part is we can do lots of Japanese cultural activities like origami-making, anime appreciation, etc.
If you're a newcomer to the Japanese language, need to brush up on the basics, or studying towards the JLPT, I'd love to help you succeed! Lessons start with a structure that has proven to be incredibly effective, and are then tailored to you and your individual needs.
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