My teaching method is to use texts such as articles and stories in order to pick them apart and gain an understanding of them in relation to: grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation. I also pick specific grammar structures in order to help students use these in writing.
I am a finalist student of Japanese at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London with experience of tutoring students of various ages in languages. I have also studied at Doshisha University in Kyoto as part of an exchange year and worked for the university in a role that allowed me to help Japanese speakers with their English abilities.
BA. Japanese language student specialising in linguistics at School of Oriental and African Studies in London, due to complete in July 2021.
One year’s experience in the teaching sector in roles at Wonderland and Doshisha University Enterprise.
Strong interpersonal skills developed through student centred roles.
Seeking a teaching role within an educational agency.
BA. Japanese Language, School of Oriental and African Studies, London (2.1)
Relevant modules: J400: Advanced Japanese, Japanese Cinema: a Critical Survey, Aspects of Japanese Culture.
BA. Japanese Language, Doshisha University, Kyoto (GPA 3.0)
Relevant modules: Japanese language (reading, writing, listening, grammar), Japanese history and beauty, Japanese history and culture.
A Levels: English Literature (B), French (B), History (C) AS Level: English Literature (B)
11 GCSEs including English Language (A), English Literature (A), Information & Communication Technology (A), Mathematics (C)
ENGLISH TUTOR, WONDERLAND, Japan 2019-2020
Responsibilities included marking homework, teaching relevant materials, providing feedback and arranging transportation. Teaching English to elementary school age students.
Adaptability: Gaged students’ strengths and adapted teaching strategies to make the learning process enjoyable.
Interpersonal Skills: Ability to effectively communicate the subject matter various ways such as paraphrasing and contextualising. Also gained the ability to discern body language in order to encourage and motivate students.
Organisational Skills: Effectively time-managed in order to stay on track with lesson plans, leaving ample time for questions and answers.
Reliability: Punctuality maintained and ability to meet deadlines.
Communication: Received positive student feedback from students.
Commitment: Worked with the same student until leaving the country and got to know them and their interests in order to tailor activities and examples.
GO GLOBAL DESK ASSISTANT, DOSHISHA UNIVERSITY ENTERPRISE
Responsibilities included writing reports, managing time effectively, practicing English with young Japanese natives and encouraging them to feel comfortable in their English speaking.
Communication: Encouraging students to be more communicative with their English in order to build confidence, demonstrated by supporting and being patient with students until they were confident enough to speak fluently, without using Japanese.
PROGRAM MONITOR, NHK WORLD-JAPAN
Apr 2019-Sept 2019
Responsibilities included writing reports in order to provide constructive feedback and meeting tight deadlines.
Time management: Written reports had to be sent within 42 hours of the program’s broadcast.
Problem-solving: Identifying issues and presenting solutions, for example, consistently using English subtitles when Japanese was used so that non-Japanese speakers could understand.
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