Being born in Germany and growing up in a press-related environment provided me with the best possible foundation for teaching German. Last year, I graduated from an international school with a bilingual diploma and moved to London. My main interests in life are communication, language acquisition and the sharing of knowledge.
Each of my lessons is based on the student's individual needs, which is why the first lesson is always free - getting to know each other and the student's preferred style of learning is crucial to success.
After investigating my students' strengths and weaknesses, I construct a lesson based on verbal communication, hand-written notes, subtle repetition, visual stimulation and the improvement of the student's confidence.
Most importantly, I try to stick to the following three essential approaches.
1. LINKS - Connecting the material to the student's everyday life, making it more relatable and therefore easier to grasp.
2. SENSE PERCEPTION - Involving as many senses as possible (through visual stimuli, discussions, listening exercises, etc.), to enhance the learning process and support memory creation.
3. EXPLANATION - Having the student explain the topic to me or other students - another approach to learning which efficiency is scientifically supported.
Most of this was inspired by (concealed information)
As a journalist born in Germany, I spent most of my time in a German-speaking area. I was taught English as a foreign language from third grade on and spent the last two years of my education in an international school system in Germany (IB), before moving to London during the summer of 2019.
TOEFL test: 114/120
German Language & Literature: 6
English Language & Literature: 6
• Born in Germany
• 9+ years of German education
• English from year 3
• 2 years at International School
• Journalism in Germany
• Move to London
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