In lessons I will focus mainly on grammar and accent reduction. I will explain the writing system and provide you with vocabulary lists. If you are preparing for an exam that encompasses an oral component, we will practice mock orals.
Each and everyone has different ways of learning, and especially when learning a new language, you shouldn't be forcing yourself to stick to a method that does not fit you. Therefore, I would like to discuss what kind of learner you are, and the purpose of learning Japanese, and then try and tailor the lessons so that you would learn faster, and more importantly have fun.
My goal is to help you communicate with grace and confidence. I encourage active conversation by enhancing reflex and vocabulary. I also pay close attention to tone and accents. I am flexible and able to accommodate your learning needs and schedule.
I do not force my own methods on solving the problem, if the student is perfectly happy with his/her method.
I do not have any certifications related to teaching Japanese but I have an experience in teaching back in Japan. I'm studying Creative Writing in London and I love to read and write both in Japanese and English. I can proofread your writings as well. I would like to provide lessons that meet students' needs. I am a easy-going person who love to meet new people.
I'm currently studying at university in Liverpool. I've been asked to teach Japanese for a couple years by many people who study Japanese. I'm able to make your speaking and writing ability better. And also, I can teach vocabulary and grammar.
I am a student of Master in TESOL now. I can teach Japanese with TESOL methods. I am focusing on listening and speaking to beginner students. I can also teach English to non-native speakers from beginner to intermediate students.
I am an university student in Aberdeen, with a bilingual IB Diploma. I can give lessons to anyone with interest in Japanese from beginner to intermediate level. I will teach by using textbooks and workbooks and conversing in Japanese depending on the level of the student.
I was born in Uzbekistan, raised in Japan, graduated from High School in Singapore and now I'm living in London. I had to learn English and Japanese from scratch, and re-learn Russian again during my teenage years as I began to forget the language due to the constant use of Japanese and English.
I am a 15 year old high school student studying for GCSE's. I am teaching myself Japanese language through various books and audios. I would like to share my knowledge and method of teaching, I am a fluent reader in the hiragana and katakana script and can interpret kanji into sentences.
Hello ! I'm Yukako, a qualified japanese teacher from Japan with over 2 years' teaching experience.
Higher multinational former executive, graduated from Sciences Po Paris in Marketing and from the University of the Sorbonne in English & Management (valedictorian at the Sorbonne) and from Langues 'O gives English and Japanese lessons at all levels, school, college, high school and professionals.
With a solid theoretical basis chosen from the most recognized methods in Japan for teaching foreigners, and with information on the most recent learning techniques, the conversation, with the vocabulary, expressions and grammatical rules according to the rhythm of the student, is induced .
high quality content lectures in which both student and teacher have a great discussion about japanese culture and the language innovative and effective ways to teach kanjis expertise in scripts one of the best teaching experience will be provided.
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.
I use the text book call "Minna no Nihongo", "Doitsu kara konnichiwa" and "Japanese for busy people". If you want to speaking practice, we can talk about several Thema. If you want to writing practice, we can write a Mail or short text etc. Every lesson make us together.
I am Chinese and I live four years in Japan. I have the highest level in Japanese (International 一級). And I am very interested by the fact of teaching foreign languages. I also teach Chinese in Japan and the Japanese in China (and I created my own Japanese lessons for classes). But I began to teach in France (I'm more comfortable in English than in French).
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 aim is to provide the best knowledge to people wishing to learn. I can teach people, with no prior knowledge of the Language, the basic Japanese including Grammar, Vocabulary, Characters, expressions used in day to day life. Lessons will include Reading, Writing, Listening, Speaking with full time assistance. I will provide worksheets, homeworks to be done.
My role is to be your mentor who gives advice and explanations when you need them. I believe in you and support you in the acquisition of this language. Your course will be designed at your request based on your pace, interests, learning style and learning history. I will just support your goal.
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.
Can your native Japanese tutor answer all your questions to your satisfaction? Do they explain subtle nuances or how to properly pronouce difficult sounds in a way you can understand? It is your tutor someone visiting on a student or working holiday visa? A native speaker doesn't necessarily make the best teacher. Learning from a mature, professional Japanese translator and speaker has many merits.
My personal teaching philosophy is that learning should be a fun experience for children that leaves them excited and looking forward to the next lesson! For this reason, my lessons are typically aimed at teaching the various aspects of Japanese while most importantly ensuring the child is enjoying themselves! I am comfortable teaching reading, writing, listening and speaking aspects of the...
Making a language meaningful and engaging to oneself is key. If you don't have a purpose for using it in your life, then your brain will surely start to discard what you have learned. Personalise your learning.
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.
Maybe you can walk around with a "Lonely Planet" book and flip through the back pages where it shows you what you need to say in certain situation but it doesn't tell you HOW to say those words. The main topic of my class will be "Traveling in Japan". But I can also teach you the basic Japanese spoken-language in some other topic you desire as well.
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.
Hi! I'm a 22 year old college student studying software engineering. I had the opportunity to serve a church mission in Kobe, Japan for two years and I learned the Japanese language to the point where I could easily and comfortably communicate with natives about a wide range of topics. My Japanese education comes mostly from my real world experience interacting with native Japanese speakers.
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