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My lessons are based on the individual needs of my student(s). I often have them take an aptitude test to exhibit their strengths and weaknesses as a starting point from which they can develop their skills. I do focus on grammar - learning it mechanically and then putting it into practice. I have found this method works with all of my past students.
I always start with the basics before moving to intensive sessions. I make the students write all the necessary details. I regularly give them assignments to improve their grammar and vocabulary. I integrate theory with audio-visual aids to make the sessions more interesting.
I will help you with the aspects of German you find challenging, happily tailoring lessons to suit you.
I approach my lessons with 3 main focal points. First, the integration of new material in your repertoire should be concise, logical, and therefore connected with existing information. Secondly, the pace of a course should increase exponentially, by starting slowly and becoming more and more intense, as your skills will develop with an equal speed.
My teaching method is very individual, as we all require different approach. I like to include games, songs, fairytales; something that might seem very childlish, but is fun and feels less like plodding through endless exercises. Unconscious learning works the best this way indeed.
My teaching method is: learning by doing! Doesn't matter if you want to improve your oral or your written German skills I am happy to help :-). We can simply sit down and grab of cup of tea just casually speaking German, discuss and excercise grammar rules or even analyse German literature.
I will talk to you about the structure or the methods we will use during the lesson to create the best possible learning outcome for your individual needs. Everyone learns best in a diffrent way, so let me know what works for you.
I prefer to specialize my lessons to the students needs. Focusing on verbs and sentence structure is key to improving language skills and so I will always stress this in lessons. Visual aids and oral comprehension will also be used frequently.
I have studied Translation and Interpreting (English and German) and I have also done a course on Teaching Spanish as a Second/Foreign Language. My teaching plan will depend on the level of the student and the interests he has. I normally focus my lessons on communication because I think is the most important thing but of course it depends on the need of the student.
Hallo zusammen, ich heiße Carrie! I offer structured, inspiring and theme/topic-based lessons, which adhere to the topics examined by the SQA (Student Qualification Authority) - Standard Grade, Intermediate 2 and Higher. I combine an examination-focused approach with excellent long-term language-learning strategies for high school pupils.
I have experience teaching/tutoring students from 6 to 25 years old. I believe in a student centered approach and have a very flexible teaching style. When it comes to learning languages, I believe oral communication to be the most important element and enjoy focusing on conversational development, whilst covering grammar points in an accessible way.
I have achieved A-Levels with a focus on English and Psychology. I use printed or written exercises for teaching and I am calm and patient with my students. You can't force anyone to learn, they have to want to learn.
I teach languages by taking easy approaches via short texts and reading. Conversation is the key to good language skills, regardless which one, so making mistakes is not something one need to be afraid of. Instead, reading and talking a bit every day will help you to be more confident in your own skills.
I am a native German speaker who recently finished her undergraduate degree at the University of Bonn with a Bachelor of Arts in Asian studies.
I believe that open mindedness and communication are the key to a good learning environment. I'm a very patient person and adapt to the abilities and the individual needs and strengths of each student. I try to keep my lessons fun and interesting through a varied program and structure but repitition is also very important to deepen the understanding of each topic.
I am a university student, recently graduated from my undergraduate degree. I am German and I grew up in France. My teaching style is thus flexible, ranging from using a mix between vocabulary learning games, conversation practices, and grammar exercises.
I try to provide an overall knowledge of German grammar, teach you basic phrases and extend your vocabulary as well as introduce you to German literature and help you with essay structure if wanted. I also teach German to advanced students practicing conversational language and proper orthography.
Above mentioned I would prefer to teach National 5 level students as the course as a whole is easier to teach, in my opinion. However, if any Higher level students are needing help with preparing for speaking presentations, directed writings or translation I would be more than happy to pass over my knowledge.
If you're looking for a mature, experienced and enthusiastic lady as a tutor... you've found her!! - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and German at all levels and beginners English as a Foreign Language. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have an MA Degree in French and German from Glasgow University, a certificate for TEFL.
Translatorisch, for all your conference interpreting, translation and private tuition needs. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French, German and if applicable some English Grammar. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have a MA Hons 2.1 in language, interpreting and translation and I am currently studying for a diploma in freelance journalism from the British College of journalism.
Are you intrested in learning German or need help preparing for tests and exams. I can help you. My name is Danielle and I am an advanced higher German student who recently one the Betty Kay memorial prize for spoken language. I have always excelled in German and I hope to help you do the same. Lessons will cover grammar, vocabulary, writing style and speaking.
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Some people in Glasgow claim that just knowing English is sufficient today to give oneself a step head in business and opportunities for finding work abroad or otherwise.
It is true that this is probably the second best language to know in order to be understood in many countries: speaking English fluently is a real plus for oral expression worldwide.
But the German language is not insignificant and makes up a significant part of spoken languages and business in Europe and worldwide.
Germany is the leading economic power in Europe and the fourth in a planetary point of view. The country gave its deutschemark to form the euro. Austria and Liechtenstein, as well as various cantons of Switzerland, Luxembourg, Trentino-Alto Adige (Alpine Italy) and Belgium, as well as Brazil and Namibia, are also to be added, Alsatian or the kind of Yiddish the Amish speak could also be attached to the vast group of Germanic languages.
However, in Glasgow, a leading city at the national as well as continental level, becoming bilingual in German is of great interest. Not only to learn German quickly in order to enjoy the masterpieces of Goethe, Schiller, Schopenhauer, etc., but also and above all to converse in German and English in order to boost your educational aspirations or professional career.
Beginner German is an essential prerequisite before staying, working or studying in Germany (via an Erasmus language exchange program for example).
Moreover, in Glasgow, Germanists generally see their German language training as a way to improve their intellectual abilities. These improvements in memorization are reflected in other subjects, such as advanced classes, music lessons, physics-chemistry courses, history-geography, English classes, mathematics... the list goes on. It is particularly evident in upper levels and after graduation.
Learning German has another positive virtue of being a good springboard to becoming multilingual, forging automatic and easily accessible language skills.
Modern languages will always be easier to learn once you have begun training with the first one.
Arabic lessons, Chinese lessons, Italian lessons, Russian lessons and Spanish lessons will become as natural as learning English.
Learning German in Glasgow is not a new concept, despite the fact that the German country is not exactly next door.
Glasgow, first and foremost, is the largest city in Scotland and the third largest in the UK. From a small rural settlement on the River Clyde to the bustling metropolis it is today, including the largest seaport in Scotland.
These days Glasgow boasts a dynamic and diverse international community and has a rich cultural heritage as well as excellent music and sporting opportunities. The rolling green hills and blue skies, sunshine and historic buildings, along with a rich history, make it the perfect backdrop for international language studies.
Those who have been born in Germany represent one of the UK's largest foreign born groups and one of the largest minority ethnic groups in the country. Today, there are many Germans living in the UK and many British people (German-British) have German ancestry, including the British royal family!
German language training has existed for centuries, especially among elites. German language courses have gradually become more popular - for those interested in Germany, German culture and/or wanting to improve their job prospects.
The UK and Glasgow, one of the biggest cities in the UK, has attracted German artists, intellectuals and industrialists over the years. The 2011 UK Census noted there were 262,356 German-born residents living in England, 11,208 in Wales, 22,274 in Scotland, and 3,908 in Northern Ireland.
There are also areas and buildings named after famous Germans, for example the Holbein Place in Central London and the Herschel Museum of Astronomy in Bath, England.
Glasgow also shows it's German link through various activities, concerts, lectures, and cultural events. Since 2013, Glasgow even hosts its own Oktoberfest each year!
There are many great reasons to learn the German language, from beginners to advanced speakers, there is interest in advancing at all skills levels.
But how does one learn German? Well, there are many ways to learn a language and progress quickly - in listening as well as in writing.
Goethe Institute, Live Language, The Language Hub Ltd, Language Within, etc. : Germanic is in the spotlight in more than one language school in Glasgow!
In addition to these tutoring courses, homework help or refresher courses (which are highly recommended for exam preparation or college certification, for example), there are group classes, summer courses and evening classes in small groups - among other holiday camps.
These group classes are always a better option than e-learning, the method of learning German online (via Lingueo or Babbel, for example) which makes it difficult to go beyond an intermediate level in reading, speaking and writing. But the advantage, and what draws some students in, is that many platforms of this type offer free German courses online.
However, there is nothing better than individualized and personalized support in order to learn a foreign language, in a language school offering individual lessons or with a private teacher. Learning a foreign language can, in this way, become fun, provided that the chosen German teacher is a good teacher with the right fit for you.
Such home-based services, far exceed ordinary schooling in Glasgow for the simple reason that they are available for all ages and levels, and can be combined with professional classes.
The ideal way is to find a good balance between grammar exercises (which allows you to learn your irregular verbs, to master the rules of grammar and a maximum amount of German/Austrian vocabulary) along with the quality of your German accent and pronunciation in order to speak the German language correctly and be understood.
This intensive study should also, in our opinion, include learning about the German culture and even British-German relations.
In addition, we can certainly encourage you to have a language stay in a Teutonic country as part of your study, in a host family, or perhaps even to find a job there, such as an being an occasional English nanny or even an English as a second language teacher.
Intensive German courses are very popular in the Glasgow area and the UK in general. Even the regional tourism sector pays particular attention to German speaking employees, as the Tudesque tourists roam the region's unique places: Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow Cathedral, George Square, Glasgow School of Art, Riverside Museum, Kibble Palace and Glasgow Botanic Gardens...
Young Glaswegians who are opting for an intensive summer internship in the language of Goethe are more numerous each year. German as a second language is clearly becoming more successful than many other options!
School support and private tutoring usually operate based on the CEFR - Common European Language Teaching Framework. Communicating in English, the language of Shakespeare, is not the only language option available in Glasgow to grow your multilingual horizon!
Along the lines of in-home private tutoring, the most economical and flexible way to do it is to skip all the options offered by institutional intermediaries (private commercial courses) who often tack on heavy commissions to their hourly lesson fees.
Superprof, a veritable language laboratory 2.0, puts you directly in touch with highly expertised language tutors with the proper know-how to help each student progress in their goals.
Our teachers are all entrepreneurs who offer in home classes during the holidays or throughout the whole school year.
Their conversation classes in Glasgow are a top quality option to help fill the gaps in your knowledge and reach your German fluency goals.
The private tutorials offered are all built around the same solid language learning methodology. Hourly rates are clearly noted, alongside a description of each teacher.
If the teacher has passed a language test or holds a particular diploma, this is also specified in their online profile (a university graduated teacher or native speaker from Germany for example).
Similarly, there are no surprises when it comes to the methods of payment or the methods used to help students learn.
Please note that the Superprof private lessons offered are open to all learners and contain many popular subjects: classes for teenagers, children, or adults, high school Spanish, French for adults, children's German lessons, singing lessons, music theory, piano lessons, guitar lessons, boxing lessons ... Make yourself happy and explore all the options!
And then, if you like, once you become bilingual in German, become a teacher and give private lessons yourself by adding your profile to the excellent tutors we have available on our site!