I give lessons to students who are just beginning to learn Mandarin Chinese. It can be difficult going from an alphabet based language to a character based one. I help students step by step with understanding and learning the foundation of the language so they can built up from it.
As a young Chinese teacher, I'd like to be more active in class. Most of the time, I would approach each topic by dialogue or conversations and would prefer practicing by students. However, when teaching grammar, I will mostly base my classes on examples.
My teaching methods is base on the need of the students. I will analyse the need of the students. The purpose of the students to learn Chines. The different methods will be use for difference purpose, for example for examanition purposes or just for daily use purposes.
I first will have to understand the student better, to know what he wants, what he likes and dislikes, and try to make my teaching full of fun, but at the same time to make sure the student can truly learn something from me.
My teaching method is not just stuck into books. I prefer teaching in an innovative way. I plan my syllabus with 3 days learning with the book. 2 days for doing activities related to the material studied in those 3 days. I prefer bringing up plays, riddles, stories to keep the student's interest in the language which makes it more easy to learn.
My teaching method is very interactive and flexible. I like to use a lot real life examples as they are most practical. For example, I make cut-out paper food and make the children name the food in order to receive them to make their pizza. I like to use a lot of videos, photos and props in my lessons to help the children visualize.
I encourage my students to work on their own before I provide them with clues and skills. Critical thinking is important than reciting problem solving skills. Students are always encouraged to have time and chance to speak out their thoughts.
I believe in genuineness, I believe in building people's confidence, I believe in positivity! People generally improve when you fill them with encouragements and positiveness that they can do it in life! I like to think that when you genuinely care for someone and just treat the job as one, people would open up and listen to you better.
My teaching method depends on what kind of students I have. For children, more playful more games and fun, but for adults, more information. I base my classed mainly on discussions and practices; I approach topics through role plays, competitions, small quizzes etc.
I always pay attention in building students' interests and confidence to help you or your child (children) getting successful result. I understand the issues from the student's point of view. I will structure lessons to best suit my students and meet their needs.
My teaching method is that happy learning. This means I will make the class more fun than just reading books. I will teach you modern Chinese that young Chinese would like to say everyday. If you are interested about Chinese history, I am willing to tell you more stories. I would not give you much more assignment but I will let you remember most content I have told you.
I base my class on what the students want. I usually teach about basic grammar and vocabularies, and then I will do a lot of chatting with my students so they have to apply what they have learnt in real life conversations. I believe that the only way to learn a language is to keep speaking and using the language.
I'm always keen to make friends with my students and inspire them to discover different ways to learn a language in life. Personally, I'm a very bubbly person and always tries to make others smile or laugh. I would make each class simple and easy to understand for you. My class normally lasts 1.5 hours to 2 hours. Students need to prepare their own study materials.
I use very fun and creative ways from drawing, games to story telling to teach young kids. Regardless students' age, I keep my teaching approaches flexible and tailor made - some need visual, some audio, some hands-on, while others repetition. Know your students.
-My teaching methodology is basically student-centered. -My teaching pace varies a lot depending on how much students can take. - I am not a speech giver, but a guider and observer and a good partner in language study. - I want the lessons to be practical and have real-world connection.
I have my own teaching methods and the Hanyu Pinyin pilots which is easy for the students who want to learn Chinese from the beginner. I can help students pronounce and write Chinese eaccurately by my leassons. Students will be easy and happy to learn Chinese.
My teaching techniques are: I always help my students to review the previous classes' information in order to memorize that important information, then I will teach them the new information, and let them write down some notes. As they follow my steps, they can get a better grade.
I believe that learning is an exciting & enjoyable process. When you are learning, you are also creating a new & better self! My lessons are relaxed and fun, but with a serious goal - GET YOU TO SPEAK. A lot of discussions and interactions will improve your fluency & intonation.
First, I will use colorful pictures and beautiful songs to attract students to focus on my lessons; Second, I will hold some interesting games or competitions to encourage students to practice Chinese after classes; In addition, I will teach the very practical words and sentences for students, so they can use it directly.
My method comes from my long experience learning languages. In my opinion, it is very important to understand to understand which are the learning objectives, potentials and weaknesses of each student.
As for my teaching style, I design my lessons to be fun, interactive and engaging. It is a proficiency-oriented course. I put much emphasis on oral practice in my lessons. ”A solid foundation in speaking is the best insurance that students will make steady progress in reading.
In my class, I will explain the difference and characteristics of Chinese grammar and prepare different conditions (depends on the students) with the words and sentences people use in daily life. What's more, I will go deeper into the values and culture of Chinese people with some vivid examples. In addition, free questions and answers.
My teaching method is putting what I want to teach in games and interesting interactions with students and then emphasize the daily learning points to students. I was an early childhood educator before I study in Canda. I have a passion for teaching and know how to encourage my students. I will also make learning Chinese a lot of fun instead of boring remember words.
I based my classes on how native Chinese children learn Mandarin. I also include games in my lessons. I want my student to have fun learning the new language. Mandarin is not complicated in terms of grammar, I am more focused on the vocabulary, speaking and listening part. I know the memorizing part is not the funniest part, but I will make it as easy as possible for you.
My teaching method is interactive teaching, and I will continually engage students to participate in our topic and encourage to express themselves. I base my class on game interaction and situational teaching. I approach the topic by interesting experiences and surroundings.
For little girl, you have to be patient, and interesting, sometimes, teaching song or guideing them watching some chinese cartoon would be a good way to teach. For an adualt, practicing, practicing and practicing is the most effective way to learn language.
My teaching method is improving your Chinese skills in both handwriting and speaking. Since Chinese characters are hard to remember, I am going to divided the characters by radical. If you are a newcomer, I could start with the most basic grammar and pronunciation of Chinese characters. If you are not a newcomer, I could restructure the class with your degree.
Working as a private English tutor previously, the student I taught was a high school student who was preparing college entrance examination. Based on my experience, I tutor him in four parts: grammar, listening, vocabulary and writing. Grammar contains clause, tense and voice. Listening includes playing record and asking him to repeat what it said.
My teaching methodology is based on the situation of each student. By understanding what they need, what their learning patterns are and what their knowledge level is, I will try to come up a way that help him enjoy the subject while learning it and learn it efficiently.
I assessed different curricula in Science (Chemistry and Biology) including WACE (Australian) and Cambridge curricula (British) in my past four years of teaching. I believe that effective science lessons should include three key strategies those of inquiry-based lesson plans, real-world connections, and discrepant events/provocations.
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