I teach all levels starting from A1 to C2 in both languages, English and German. All lessons are primarily based on the Common Framework of Reference (CFR), but I’m more than happy to adjust the course to YOUR personal needs. My lessons are fully structured to maximise outcome, but at the same time, will incorporate a fun and enjoyable learning environment.
I would need you to give me a brief overview of the topics you need help with so that I can prepare my lesson. As I'm twenty, I understand that one cannot be that motivated every day, so I try my best to start the lesson with a little warm up and to create a fun atmosphere.
I am a friendly German language tutor in Cardiff offering tuition via skype for adult and face-to-face tuition to pupils working towards their GCSE and A-Level exams. Tell me about your qualifications. I have an MA in English, Art History and Philosophy and the PTLLS teaching certificate. How much do you charge? £30 per lesson - if you recommend me you get 50% off your next lesson.
I am a qualified teacher and a proud mother to fabulous a 8-year old who grows up bilingual. I am from Vienna (Austria) but I also lived for a number of years in the German speaking part of Switzerland. My youngest student was 3 years old and my oldest 83.
I carefully assess my client's needs and offer taylor-made input that my clients can easily understand and that is directly relevant to their lives. I use a variety of different methods to enhance memory performance and motivation, including pattern drill of grammatical constructions, automaticity training and constructivist approaches.
My teaching method will be different from everything that you know so far because in Germany I have visited the Tamil school for 12 years and became finally a Tamil teacher too. So my teaching methods will be a mix of the European and Asian style.
extensive teaching and tutoring experience in 2 countries and 3 languages has made me an intuitive teacher who recognises students' learning styles and tailors lessons to requirements on every occasion. Try this analogy: your new language is a massive jigsaw puzzle and my job is to help you complete the big picture.
I will orient my teaching on what you as student or pupil need. And I try to make it as easy and as much fun as possible. I am not a fan of long monologues so I prefer an interactive approach for teaching.
There are many different factors that need to be taken into account for a teaching methodology. First thing out of all would be the age of my student. For languages, I first need to see what kind of course/module level he/she is taking. Secondly, what the aim of my student is by taking private tuitions with me.
I start with alphabets, then short sentences, verbs, adjectives, numbers. Each class will include grammar, vocabulary, writing, reading and speaking. Initially, I will speak more during the class and later I will let and help the student to speak in German.
My teaching method is have fun while learning a new language, every language is useful and to improve your language skills it is important to use the language on a regularly basis.
My teaching method is very much word association and role play. I feel this makes classes fun and makes the learning much easier. Lesson plans are structured in units with review and testing once units are completed. Learning is meant to be fun.
I think that the most important thing as a tutor is first to establish a relationship of trust with the student, so that they feel comfortable taking risks during the learning process. Once this in place, I like to walk logically through the key principles of the material, using both visual and aural techniques in order to maximize learning.
I build my lessons around what is most practical to your every day life. Becoming sufficiently confident in a foreign language is a very personal process, and my main focus is to make you feel comfortable with making mistakes and learning from them.
I do not want people to have to learn of by heart and really discourage this, instead I place importance on the basics of the subject from which I can build up. I try to make to make my classes as interactive as possible.
I follow my student´s individual needs. If it is preparing for school (GCSE, A-Level etc.), for a job interview or for conversation. Based on their level, I combine some grammar, vocabulary and conversation each lesson as I believe the best way to learn is to actively speak. The background method I refer to is DaF (Deutsch als Fremdsprache).
As I person I am quite open and honest and very positive. I believe that the best way to master any skill (not only languages) is to learn to enjoy it and appreciate the opportunities it gives you. This is why I like giving exaples and creating exercises tailored to each person's specific interests.
I base classes on the individual goals of each student or group and target the most important and immediate knowledge one might has to use. Whether you're a beginner or already quite good at speaking, writing, grammar...
I make sure that the student gets a feel for the language. This means improving understanding of grammar, increasing vocabulary and diving into German language through e.g. excerpts from literature, articles ect. We go through these fitting texts and materials together and the student will experience more improvement and security in the language right after each lesson.
My teaching is all about speaking. By engaging with interesting materials for my clients, I aim to quickly improve their spoken German. Depending on the level, I help to gain the necessary vocabulary and grammar to have or improve conversations and reduce the accent.
Teaching methodology is customized and depends on the student. I can help with homework, test preparation, oral language proficiency or anything else at hand. In my view, lessons should be fun and informative to ensure maximum comprehension and retention of the material.
I would start off by looking at the lesson materials and assessing the skills of the pupil. From then in I would tailor my lessons to the individual student and see how they learn best. From my experience, the best way to learn a second language is to speak it and to practise your grammar by actually using the language. As a native speaker I can also help with pronunciation and accents.
Basically, there will always be at least one grammatical part in the lesson, one text, and one open conversation to enhance the fluency in the language. Anything else can be tailored to the student's wishes and requirements.
I am a business student with experience of over 6 years in tutoring children and teenagers, who needed extra support or wanted to achieve higher grades, as well as adults who needed support in obtaining jobs abroad.
My teaching method is each student is different, I am very adaptable and will discuss what works best for my students so that they do not feel stressed or under pressure. I would also try and make each lesson a bit fun as I do understand that sitting listening to somebody talk for an hour can be non- beneficial.
I teach German as if you live in Germany,my lessons are based on the students needs and I am very methodical.I try to make it fun and interesting.
I am offering to teach children as well as adults with every German level: Whether you are a total beginner or intermediate/ advanced German speaker who wants to improve his pronunciation and vocabulary. I like to work with worksheets and to use vocabulary memory games.
My teaching method is relise on focusing on the needs/struggles of the people I work with and helping them better themselves.
My teaching method is quite relaxed, I will adapt my teaching pace based on you and will structure my lessons very closely around your needs. My character as a teacher is quite fun as I feel like this makes learning a lot more easy, however this can also be adjusted.
I would simply call my teaching method "learning by doing" There is no better way to learn a language than speaking it. What holds most people back is being afraid of actually speaking it. We start to learn the basics of course, including grammar and vocabuary, but in the end it's all about speaking it.
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