I have limited experience of teaching but from my learning experience I have a wealth of resources in various forms of media that I am familiar with and can recommend for the advancement of Chinese ability in and out of lessons.
I am a Forensic Science Graduate with Bilingual capability in English and Cantonese/Chinese. I am able to provide Math & Statistics and (Analytical) Chemistry to any interesed party up to undergraduate level, as well as Cantonese/Chinese lesson with my extensive understanding of the language and cultures as a native speaker.
Chinese postgraduate student study in University of Glasgow Give lesson to secondary school pupils or any level of Chinese adults One to one, face to face teaching Based on the requirement of my students, make personal program for different individuals Professional personal teaching program for you
Chinese is not as difficult as you think, let me help you! We can start with daily pratical oral Chinese first. Forget about the accent! As long as Chinese people can understand you, you achieve your goal! Let's have fun! Learn Chinese by getting in touch with Chinese culture (food, traditional festivals, traditional costures ect.
I prefer concise explanation and abundant practice and multi-media are used when necessary. I also play games with younger students to make the learning process fun. A lesson is usually made up of three sections, namely reviewing, learning new knowledge and summarizing.
I am a native speaker on Chinese. I will use my experience in teaching you what you need. No matter what for business, for studying, or for life. I will instruct you everyday life oral Chinese and then teach you what you want to learn.
I am a Chinese university students from Nankai universities in Tianjin China ，now study in Glasgow university.I am a Chinese tutor before，and I am good at English ，my ILETS test is 6.5.The communication between us will not cause problems.I am responsible and patient person.
My teaching method is that I will give you enough patience, listen more, then sum up your questions and keep asking questions to correct it. I think that being good at summing up is the key to learning. I will help you build a Chinese learning note.
If students want to know how to get inspiration for a topic, I will give some methods to think deeply and logically based on different kinds of topic, and use concrete topics as training. If students want to find something to write in their daily life or describe their own life, I will try to help them to develop a habit to write and teach them how to see with new eyes.
I majored in Chinese Literature in China and I have the certificate to become a high school chinese teacher in China , also I am able to speak quite standard mandarin.
Major in teaching Chinese as a second language, and graduated from Capital Normal University in China. Have a lot of experiences in teaching Chinese to American students in different stages. I can help you with your oral Chinese, which you could use it in daily life.
I am a postgraduate student in University of Glasgow who major in International Corporate Finance and Banking, and i welcome all the people who want to learn Chinese with full passion! i will create PPT in our class and will attempt other methods if you want.For example, i can teach you how to write Chinese words so that you will acquire the handwriting.
I am an undergraduate Language student at University of Glasgow. I teach oral Cantonese and Chinese writing as it is my native language. I will first get to know the level of my students and provide corresponding exercise for training. I will adjust my training plan in accordance with the learning progress of the student. I am friendly, patient and reliable.
I am a postgraduate student of Educational Studies in University of Glasgow, and my bachelor degree is Chinese Language and Literature (specialized in Teacher Training). By completing my bachelor degree studies, I have already get my teacher certification in China in Chinese subject. Additionally, I was born in Guangzhou, Guangdong, China.
I value interactive learning instead of teacher-focused learning strategy. I approach topics by ensuring that the student is interested and appreciate what he or she is being taught, and will encourage them to interact in order to better understand what is being taught, and I value all questions and opinions. The teaching method is flexible for me.
I'm a native speaker of Chinese Mandarin which I have been teaching for 6 years. I'd like to offer different levels of Mandarin lessons to both adults and children. Variety of teaching methods will be employed in each lesson. The teaching plan is according to the level of individual learner. There would be some culture awareness during each lesson apart from leaning the language.
I am a graduate from East China Normal University which is the most prestigious normal university in China. Graduated from the department of Chinese Language and Literature with a distinction degree, I believe I could offer you with best guidance on how to use Chinese more elegantly like a native speaker.
Depends on what level you are and I'll give you appropriate teaching materials. I'll practice more oral presentation with you and help you improve your speaking fluently.
I teach by ask and answer the question of my student. Another way is by talking, and correct their pronounciation. I am also able to cheack the home work of the student.
I believed the only way to learn effectively is practice. Nothing can beat practicing in learning. So I fully encourage students speaking Cantonese as much as you can during tutoring time. Also, I will use some Cantonese music to let students more interested to learn, like teach them how to sing a Cantonese song.
I have worked for EF (Education First) abroad and taught English as a second language for almost 3 years; working with age groups ranging between 3 - 18. I have also worked as a trainee primary school teacher for a year and a half before I went abroad to teach English.
I teach Mandarin to children and beginners who are looking to have a basic grasp of an increasingly popular modern language.
Name :Keyan Li Contact mail: (concealed information) I am studying business in University of Strathclyde I can offer lessons between Tuesday - Thursday and weekends(more flexible,can be discussed) The lessons will depend on your levels,it could start from primary to professional knowledge The prices can be discussed.
I can teach Mandarin to students of all levels. Lessons are catered to your needs and can range from writing (strokes and punctuation), listening (common phrases or depending on your need), speaking (basics, conversational or formal) and reading (depending on your goals). I am willing to provide additional help if you are learning from an online app.
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Napoleon Bonaparte once said: “China is a sleeping giant. Let her sleep, for when she wakes she will move the world.” Over 200 years later, we're really beginning to see just how powerful and influential China can really be. What about in Glasgow? Can China's influence be felt as far away as here?
Where can you find Chinese lessons?
While there are plenty of different Chinese languages, the two most common are Mandarin Chinese and Cantonese. Here we're only talking about Mandarin Chinese, the most common of the Chinese languages.
There are a number of different places offering Chinese language lessons for both adults and children. School isn’t the only place to improve your language skills. There are language schools and centres as well as night classes for adults. These are great for those who can’t make their way to China and immerse themselves in the language. Similarly, universities offer degrees in Chinese and night classes for students and those not attending the university full time. The three main places to get a degree are the University of Glasgow, Glasgow Caledonian University, and the University of Strathclyde.
Chinese modules are usually included as part of a degree, rather than a degree dedicated to Chinese. You’ll need to consider doing Chinese studies or a similar course if you want to learn how to speak Chinese as part of a degree. That said, you can also do language degrees and choose Chinese as one of your languages.
You’re not even obliged to get a degree. There’s nothing stopping you from just learning Chinese on its own outside of a degree programme. You can attend Chinese courses at universities without being enrolled on a degree programme.
In fact, the University of Glasgow is a member of the Confucius Institute, a partnership with the Chinese Ministry of Education's Office for Chinese Language. As a result, the university offers Chinese language courses.
These courses last eight weeks with the courses starting in January, April, and September. There are two beginners courses, three intermediate courses, two upper intermediate courses, and advanced classes.
Additionally, there are intensive classes over the summer. Your course fee will include the cost of the textbooks, too.
You can also learn how to speak Chinese outside of the national curriculum. This is a great option for those who've already completed their schooling and couldn't possibly see themselves going back to school or university.
While Chinese classes inside China are arguably the best way to learn Mandarin, you can also attend language courses in Glasgow rather than Beijing or Shanghai. When do you want to learn to speak Chinese? It’s up to you. How long do you want to learn for? It’s up to you. What do you want to learn? Same again.
You can get lessons on grammar, Chinese vocabulary, speaking, Chinese characters, the Pinyin romanisation system, or lessons related to your own line of work.
There are a number of groups and associations where you can also learn how to speak Mandarin Chinese.
Live Language offers English language courses as well as a huge variety of foreign language courses including Spanish, French, Italian, Japanese, Chinese, Polish, Portuguese, Arabic, Dutch, German, Swedish, Norwegian, Russian, Ukranian, and Hungarian.
The language hub offers language lessons from native speakers of the language they teach. As a result, you'll get Chinese lessons from native speakers of Mandarin.
In addition to Mandarin, the Language Hub also offers Arabic, Dutch, Danish, English, Finnish, French, Gaelic, German, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Urdu, Vietnamese, and Welsh.
The UK Language Project offers private language courses for those wanting to learn English, French, Spanish, German, Italian, Portuguese, Arabic, or Mandarin.
They also have locations in Birmingham, Leeds, Liverpool, London, Manchester, Sheffield, and Newcastle.
Their Mandarin courses allow you to choose when and how often you learn the language. Each lesson is either 90 minutes or two hours and they'll teach the lessons anywhere in Glasgow.
When it comes to learning a new language, especially Chinese, it's important to know which learning methods are most effective both in terms of time and money.
Are the exercises we're doing really going to help us to learn to speak Chinese? Is it a better idea to start with the Chinese writing system or everyday expressions? How do you pronounce this phrase? In short, how do you learn? Getting a private tutor is a great way to get the answers to all these important questions. With a tailored teaching approach, a private tutor will they know exactly what you need.
In Glasgow, there's no lack of Chinese private tutors offering lessons to those living in and around the city.
It's up to you to choose the right person for your learning style to help you achieve your learning goals. You should always read what their other students have to say about them and their teaching style.
On Superprof, you can find plenty of great tutors. In Glasgow, the average price for an hour of Chinese tuition is £19. Additionally, a lot of tutors offer the first hour of tuition for free, so make the most of it.
In short, if you want to learn Chinese, you can't make it up as you go along, you need to think carefully about which learning methods will work for you. Mosalingua, a language learning platform, classifies Mandarin as one of the most complicated languages to study followed by an Arabic and Russian.
Whether you choose evening classes, intensive classes, private tutorials, or small group classes at a school or university, there are plenty of different ways to learn Chinese. Of course, the ideal solution for a school pupil won't be the same as for a business owner, for example. There are plenty of different reasons for learning Chinese as well.
For those who want to immerse themselves in Chinese culture and are learning Chinese for fun, groups, associations, and conversation classes are great ways for them to learn the language. For those looking to further their career with the Chinese language, professional language schools or specialised private tutors are probably their best bets.
You really need to carefully choose your Chinese tutor in order to get the most out them. Make sure that you get along, that they specialise in the type of tuition you need, and that they're available when you need and want Chinese tutorials.
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