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.
My class usually use Japanese. My plane is I am going to check your level. After I am going to make question every time and you have to finish your homework.
I studied in Japan at Tsukuba University with a scholarship granted by JICA (Japan International Cooperation Agency) and worked as dekassegui at Honda and Suzuki.
My teaching method is your fun. I don't want to make boring classes so i will teach you anything about Japanese whatever you want you can choose topics. i can teach about specific Japanese grammar such as for Exam,formal. Normally I prepare the materials but If you have it i will teach you to use it.
If you're a newcomer to the Japanese language, need to brush up on the basics, or studying towards a GCSE qualification, 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.
My teaching philosophy is simply adhering and refurbishing your foundation skills. I believe this is essential as this is the stepping stone to tackle more compelling and complex concepts you will be learning.
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.
My teaching method is dependent on my students. I teach in a certain style depending on the learning style of my student in order to present information in the most clear, simple, and understandable way. I am passionate, patient, determined, and flexible as a teacher.
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.
I will teach beginner to intermediate Japanese. This will include useful vocabulary, kanji, grammar and translation exercises, as well as written and spoken conversational practice. I believe in structured but friendly sessions where students feel comfortable to make mistakes and learn from them.
I base my lessons on whatever you are currently studying in high-school and/or university. Whether it is Kanji or grammar patterns, I am very confident in teaching you the correct and proper way in Japanese.
I have experience teaching or tutoring: Biology- up to undergraduate level Chemistry- up to year 12 Maths- up to year 10 English- Up to year 10 Writing assistance- up to undergraduate level Japanese- Up to intermediate level I don't believe in one teaching style. Each student is different, and depending on the subject, will need a different approach to learning.
I mainly specialise in beginner to intermediate students. Students learning the Hiragana or Katakan chart for the fist time, to creating complex sentence structures, having a great grasp on many different grammar structures. I love to make learning fun and interesting, Japanese is a great language and I know you’ll love it.
My lessons are catered to the level of the individual, so before the first lesson I like to get to know the student and their level of understanding.
I have experience teaching students of all ages and abilities, helping them to reach their learning goals. I am patient and professional and can make tailor-made lessons to suit your individual situation, utilising various materials. The lessons will be fun and interesting.
I approach students as a friend first and foremost. I want them to feel comfortable around me so I can lead them out of their comfort zones and think out of the box. I guide students with intriguing questions that would lead them to thinking about the answer correctly.
Every person is unique and teaching styles should be adaptable to students' ways of learning. I think it's important to tailor teaching to each student and I even think it can be fun to find out which ways are the best way to teach someone something so that it sticks.
I'm looking to tutor in beginners Japanese, ideally, school students or students that are homeschooled and are looking to study a language. I work well with one on one tutoring, or in small groups. I focus on catering to each individual student's needs and making sure that they feel confident and comfortable in the material, and with my teaching style.
I studied Japanese while studying and I traveled to Japan many times. I learned about Japanese culture, cosplay, and other diverse contents and understood the trends and entertainment in Japan. I'm passed JLPT N3 level, and I have 4years teach experience. I can teach Japanese writing, speak and read, after my lesson you can pass JLPT N3 level.
I believe in teaching languages through lots of communication and interacting one on one. I dislike relying on textbooks as this is a good way to learn vocabulary and grammar but doesn't teach you how to use the language in conversation.
I will be innovatively teaching Japanese. At first, learning materials and exercises will be provided to ensure student to have a basic understanding of Japanese. Furthermore, quotes from famous Japanese animation will also be discussed and practised to increase the learning motivation. Both casual and formal Japanese style conversation will also be exercised.
When it comes to teaching method I like to use mix of approaches like Teacher centered or Student Centered. I often clear my goals when I start my class, what would be the content of today's class, what are the topics we are going to cover, and what you will get after getting out of this call, when and where it will help. Again, it's all depends on class and topic when to use what.
My teaching method relies on a deep understanding of the content. I base my classes on knowledge derived from lessons in both Japanese (studying in Japan) and English (studying in the UK). I have studied Japanese for 8 years. Typical lessons will be broken down into vocabulary, kanji (Chinese characters), grammar, and reading/writing.
I am able to tutor Japanese to beginners and some intermediate levels. I access each individual student and base my teaching off what your requirements are. I like to take time to get to know your strengths and weaknesses. I also monitor your progress over time and use this to reflect on your future learning.
I have a four year learning experience in japanese language. And besides that I have guided many junior students in learning japanese whenever they had faced trouble. My teaching for japanese language is for both basic learners aswell as for intermediate learners.
First I teach some manners and daily greetings. Then I start words and simultaneously grammar. I explain the grammar and based on it I make my students practice many sentences which they will make by themselves. I am a very patient teacher.
I approach my teaching content in a variety of ways as everyone learns differently! Everyone learns differently from repetition to visual methods to listening and writing; Japanese should be fun yet challenging, and I aim to make my lessons enjoyable, informative and motivational.
My teaching method is using text books, which Minnano-Nihongo. It is the basic material of learning Japanese, Of course you can also use your own textbook, if you have it. My class should be interesting and fun, since based on my experience learning another language is quite tough, and takes a long time. For the reason that I might avoid serious and nervous in my class.
I tend to cater my teaching style and method to my students. I like to try a whole range of learning styles with my students, listen to their thoughts on how they enjoy learning and what engages them, then cater to their learning because everyone picks up languages differently and it's not always easy, so I tend to focus on learning while building confidence in the student.
I believe that by adopting simple and practical teaching methodology both-learning and teaching becomes more comprehensible and easier. I include reading, writing, listening, spoken activities in my class which enables students to learn and memorize vocabulary, construct grammatically correct sentences.
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