I am quite flexible and it is free to discuss in what way that id the most helpful for your learning. I am a current student, so I understand students' feeling as well. I would describe myself as a kind tutor as long as you show your hard working.
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 speak native Mandarin and Taiwanese, fluent English and Japanese and conversational German and Spanish. I enjoy learning languages so I want students to be able to enjoy lessons with game and role play activities. At the same time I will teach language learning skills so students can learn Mandarin effectively.
I am a enthusiastic and experienced Music and Mandarin Chinese teacher. I currently work as a freelance flautist and teacher around Birmingham. My website: (concealed information) - Which subject(s) do you teach? I am a Flute teacher and also teach the piano, and like to integrate aural and music theory as separate lessons or into each instrumental lesson.
My lessons depend on the individual needs of the students whether it is for preparation for an exam or for a business trip, My tutoring covers pronunciation, conversations, grammar, reading, culture and simplified Chinese character writing. I can teach at my own house or that of the students. I tailor my teaching to satisfy the individual needs of learners.
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.
My teaching methodology is Customization. Develop different methods according students level, hobbies, schedule, age...etc. Make learning more memorable and efficient not getting into cliche. Many Chinese learners even native speakers consider Taiwanese accent is charming. I am going to use it to teach the accent and the pop vocabularies.
I like to practice with the field and topic the learner is interested in, which I believe is the fun and more efficient way to learn; also the learner can get the words they might use more in their conversation needed.
I believe that it is necessary to learn basic knowledge (e.g. Pinyin) until you can use it well. That is the foundation for further learning. I prefer to use the methodology that Chinese children use to learn basic knowledge, and I would encourage my studentsto learn from daily life rather staying at home reading textbooks.
My teaching methodology is to teach you all the basics first like the pronunciation and the basic building blocks of writing the characters and then expend bit by bit, making sure to not confuse people by cramming in too much vocabulary at the start.
Teaching Experience: 2011-Present: teaching and touring Chinese Mandarin and English both in China and the UK from entry level to advanced levels, experienced in class/group teaching, face to face teaching and 1-1 online tutoring.
Suitable for all ages who is new to the language or wants to gain more knowledge on chinese.
My teaching method is to pick out specific topics and explain them thoroughly to students. I have detailed and fun revision notes that could help students to ace their GCSE exams.
Hello! My name is Simbi and I am a female 20 year old student studying Engineering in London. English is my first language, but I first started learning Mandarin when I was 11, and so I have 9 years experience in speaking, listening, reading and writing Mandarin. My specialisation is teaching Mandarin for GCSE and A-Level, having completed both qualifications myself, before entering university.
Though I am not a systematically-trained Chinese teacher, I will try to make my classes acceptable and appropriate. I will try to be a good teacher and make myself understood and clearly. I am a patient person, so you do not have to be afraid of making mistakes. Rather than criticising, I prefer to encourage people.
I studied Teaching Chinese to Speakers of Other Languages for bachelor and master. I have 4+ experience in teaching Chinese at all levels in China and also out of China，to adults and pupils. I understand Chinese is a language very different from English or any other European languages, but I will always try to make it easy for students to learn.
I have more than 6 months experience to teach kids in China at undergraduate University. Therefore, I have enough experience to teach others with my native language. Besides, I am studying MSc. Statistics in the University of Southampton. It is easy for me to teach junior Math.
I'm a uni student from China and can give Chinese lessons to those who are at intermediate level of comprehension, any degree is welcome. I can help students with grammar and tell them some useful expressions and words to formulate a good article.
I am a Film student in the University of York. I am from Taiwan, which means I speak mandarin and write in traditional Chinese. This has been my third year in the UK (I finished two-year A-Levels in Oxford, now in York), and therefore I am also able to communicate with people in English fluently.
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.
I can teach students online from all over the world Cantonese and Mandarin as I studied chinese for more than eight years and am a fluent speaker myself. I can also give tips and advices on getting good IELTS results as I took the exam last year and got a near perfect score.
Depending on the level of proficiency, I can provide lessons on - speaking - writing - listening - reading Each lesson can be tailored based on individual's requests and objectives. In addition, I will be able to provide personal insights on the differences between English and Mandarin as I speak fluently in both.
Great patience allows me to talk and find the problems Easy to get along with makes me easy to make friends with my students Excellent perseverance enables me to understand my job and situation Sense of Responsibility makes me a person my student can trust
Well since I've taught English to a Chinese kids in different age group it all depends on which age group you are teaching to and specific way of interaction to them for instance with kids you play games,make them enjoy and interact more so they will eventually learn more
Friendly speaking and listening focused with an emphasis on learning grammar and vocabulary. At the start of each lesson I usually do a re-cap of the previous lesson to make sure the content has stuck, followed by the teaching of new vocabulary (with a 'theme' each week) and one or more grammatical structures.
Lessons will focus on the five main skills: reading, listening, speaking, writing and translation, with more time allocated to whichever areas need most improvement.
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.
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 find it extremely important to personalise my teaching method. Having taught students ranging from toddlers to adults, I know that different students need different levels of motivation and way of engagement. For young children, I recommend learning through games and stories; for mature students, I recommend a more conversational based approach.
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Perfect! Hilary is great, highly recommended. Very friendly, explained everything in detail and got a good amount covered in our first lesson.
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