My teaching methodology is interactive and surely not passive, but favouring practical excercise and giving a practical sense of each aspect of languages. However, it can adapt to one's needs and preferences, still relying on the practise..
I have helped students learn to analyze literature, write essays, listen to materials and understand historical events, also helped them to understanding slang terms to communicate more naturally. I like to use creative ways like create songs and quizzes to teach and help students to prepare for their exams.
For Mandarin , I am able to teach students from all levels. I believe that interest is the best mentor, so my teaching method is to encourage my students to explore the knowledge with my assist, and having fun during their studies.
I've been living in Hong Kong / China for the past 17 years whilst studying in an International School; hence my fluency in Mandarin, Cantonese and English.
Basing classes on sharing, I believe in that conversations in both ways teaches more, questions and answers. Also, I always prepare something common and usual to teach, make sure every student learn useful and interesting knowledge.
Born in the UK, moved to Hong Kong when I was 3 with my hometown in Guizhou, I am your perfect trilingual teacher. I have a Masters in Education Policy and a Bachelors in Law (LLB), so I will deliver an exceptional educational experience. I will plan lessons according to the level you are at, and the type of learner you are.
I have TEFL certification so my audience would be from beginner to advance, from daily lives conversation to IELTS and TOEFL preparation/practice. Lessons would be adjusted based on the students' learning style i.e. visual type and his/her needs. I had experience with tutoring adult for one to one sessions, at elementary level.
The most important thing it is learn foreign language should be make it interesting so I will use introduce Chinese life and some famous food to let you catch your eyes and interested in study Chinese.
Student centered teaching style. According to students' level using different scenario simulations and role play to practice oral Mandarin in a vivid way. Parctice your writting Chinese by story sharing. To ensure your Chinese get improved, necessary tests and competitions will take place.
Relaxing studies by forming interest in studying maths and Chinese for kids. For elder students (preparing for exams), form idea of things need to be aware for examing maths, go through pastpapers and be familiar with exam questions and gaining tips to avoid mistakes can be made during exams.
Three years experience in one-to-one teaching and one-to-many tutoring. I have over 30 students when I start tutoring in the first month. I taught not only Malaysian students but also the foreigners. Teaching formal famous essence from China to classical; from basic to proficiency, from daily to business words.
I base my classes on correct pronunciation of words with reduced accent. For students who are interested, I can teach writing in Simplified Chinese.
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My teaching method is very relaxed and focused specifically on the individual. It is important that the basics of the language are mastered firstly before we progress in order to get the best foundation.
I teach to suit your needs. I can help you study for GCSE and A-level Examinations, as well as the HSK 汉语水平考试 tests.
Listening always comes first when learning Chinese. Different students have different progress. Some have to learn Chinese from basic and others may have slight or more understanding of the language.
I am currently studying my ALevels and I would like to offer Chinese lessons for those who would like to improve their pronunciation or just to learn how to have conversations in Chinese. I am bilingual and can speak fluent Chinese and English due to being half Chinese half Irish.
I'm a British-Chinese pianist, born in Hong Kong and I am now based in Glossop, Derbyshire, working as a performing artist, piano and music theory tutor. I also work as a Cantonese tutor and interpreter. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the piano, music theory and Cantonese Chinese. - Tell me about your qualifications.
Over 30 years experience in business and familiar with customs, culture and interests all over country; Whether you want to learn dialect, mandarin, character, calligraphy or business writing, could be tailored accordingly; My lesson focus on speaking, as it is fundamental. Of course, learn character, idiom and poetry are welcome if you interested in.
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Learning a foreign language isn't always the easiest thing to do, especially when it's so different from your mother tongue. One of the main differences you’ll notice when learning Chinese, Arabic, Russian, or Japanese is that the writing system isn’t the same as the Latin alphabet we use in English. Chinese, in particular, uses a writing system completely different to ours. In fact, each character in Chinese represents a word or part of a word.
To learn Chinese characters and Chinese vocabulary, improve your level in the language, and speak Chinese conversationally, you should consider taking private language tutorials. Private tutorials with our tutors in Manchester are a great way to improve your Chinese, learn some new vocabulary, learn how to read and write in Chinese, and improve your speaking.
There are a lot of things you can do in Chinese tutorials:
Are you interested in Chinese or Taiwanese culture? Are you planning a trip to Nanjing, Beijing, Shanghai, or Taipei? There are tutorials for all levels that are tailored to each individual to help them achieve their learning goals and prepare for spending time in Chinese-speaking areas.
Chinese is actually a group of related languages rather than one single language.
The Chinese languages include Wu (spoken in Shanghai), Cantonese (spoken in Guangzhou, Guangdong, Hong Kong, and Macao), Gan, Hakka, Min (spoken in Taiwan), Xiang, Jin, Hui, Ping, and Mandarin, the most widely spoken of the languages. Standard Mandarin Chinese what you’ll probably be taught if you get Chinese lessons in a language school. Chinese is the language of the Han people, the largest ethnic group in China and Taiwan. Mandarin is also the official language of China, Taiwan, and Singapore and is spoken by around 850 million people.
To be fair though, there is little resemblance between Manc and Chinese. However, there are a lot of Chinese people living in the UK and in Manchester. There are over 400,000 people of Chinese origin in the UK. This means that there are plenty of people who could teach you the language.
Those studying their GCSEs and their A Levels tend to focus on European languages such as French, Italian, German, and Spanish over languages like Russian, Arabic, and Chinese. In recent years, however, the popularity of Chinese amongst school students has increased. This is a good thing given that Mandarin is the second most popular language in the world.
It makes more sense to learn Chinese over Italian or German given how much more common the language is.
In order to learn Chinese, you should know a few things about the language and why some find it so difficult. Mandarin is a tonal language which uses four different tones that can change the meaning of each syllable. It’s quite difficult for Europeans because we’re not used to tone changing the meaning of words. The Pinyin romanisation system represents these tones by using diacritic marks over the vowels: a macron, an acute accent, a circumflex accent, or a grave accent.
The Pinyin system makes reading words in Chinese easier for those familiar with the Latin alphabet. However, if you really want to learn about Chinese characters and stroke order, it’s best to avoid transcribing Chinese words using the Latin alphabet. It’s better to focus on learning the characters and engaging your visual and echoic memory in order to remember them better.
The goal is to make you remember the characters and words themselves just like a native would rather than the Latin transcription of them.
Even in Manchester, you can enjoy learning Chinese. Additionally, you can learn Chinese in Bolton, Stockport, Oldham, Rochdale, Salford, and Bury.
Those with language skills will always be needed in an increasingly globalised world. Learning Chinese could really boost your career. In fact, speaking English and Chinese will make you quite an asset in a lot of different companies. There are plenty of places where English is used as the lingua franca but Chinese is catching up and becoming more important every single year. With our private tutors, you can get tailored Chinese lessons to achieve your own personal learning goals be them learning Chinese to work in China, learning a number of different Chinese characters, becoming bilingual, etc.
No matter which area of Manchester you’re living in, you should be able to find native Chinese tutors. Whether you live in Altrincham, Castlefield, Didsbury, Fallowfield, the Northern Quarter, or Salford, there are language tutors available to help you learn to speak the Chinese language. Having your own personal language expert will help you to read, write, speak, and understand Chinese.
You can get regular tutorials with a tutor that will tailor their lessons to your learning style and your strengths and weaknesses until you’re a master of the language. Our tutors are either native speakers of Chinese or advanced speakers of the language. Private tutorials are exactly what you need if you’re ready to take the leap and start learning a foreign language. The best way to learn to speak a language is by actually speaking it, after all. Maybe your new language skills will improve your career or take you to new and exciting places.
You could become an English teacher in China or Taiwan, for example!
Once you leave the major cities in China, you’ll begin noticing a few things that might be off-putting:
In other words, it’ll be hard to understand anything if you don’t speak any Chinese. To get ready for travelling in China or Taiwan, it’s probably a good idea to brush up on your Chinese or start learning the language. Ask your Superprof tutor to teach you about Traditional Chinese (for Taiwan) or Simplified Chinese (for Mainland China). Once you’re there and fully immersed in a Chinese-speaking culture, you’ll start learning more than just a few phrases and common questions!
In Manchester, there are a number of Chinese tutors available to teach you in person and there are even more tutors available online from all over the UK and the world to help you, too. The average cost of Chinese tutorials in Manchester is £20 per hour. Generally, the rates will vary according to how many years of experience they have and their qualifications in Chinese and teaching. Nevertheless, this doesn’t necessarily mean that a new and inexperienced tutor isn’t any good.
To choose your tutor, you need to take into account several factors:
Don’t just go for the cheapest tutor as this may be a false economy. Ideally, look for tutors who offer the first hour of tutoring for free. This is a great way to see if you get along and see if their teaching methods are right for you.