I base my classes on the students/learners that attend. I want to know where they stand before they took on the class. As a determined individual, I expect learners to come with the same attitude as well. In the case of teaching German, I want to induce students into a certain scenario (e.g. a conversation) to better understand the lessons I teach afterwards.
My teaching method is to be based on informative useful content that one would need when visiting Germany and or to fulfil school assignments to its best quality.
My lessons are based on the students current needs (homework, upcoming tests etc. ) and I’ll try my best to build up their confidence.
I just recently became German (initially I was only Czech). Acquiring a new language is not foreign to me as I had to go through the process as well, hence I will be able to help you make connections with your native language and comprehend/learn German more easily.
A love for German and an A* at A Level make me a compassionate tutor. I have tutored students through GCSE German for a variety of grade aims, although my students often exceed their own targets and expectations. I focus on practice, through past papers and examples, and through encouraging a proper understanding to minimise the amount of remembering information needed.
Hello all :) I recently graduated from Leeds with a First Class degree in German and French. Having already tutored online and face to face, and taught in Germany, I know how to tailor my teaching to different levels and needs. I can tutor beginners up to undergraduates. I love seeing people learn and improve.
Depending on the level of knowledge I base my classes mostly around my students. Some might prefer open conversations whilst others are more comfortable reading and working with books. I will adapt to your preferences and needs and give support as best as I can.
Always wanted to learn a new language? Fancy a challenge? Want some extra help before exams, writing assessments or some speaking practice? I'm a university student who loves all things German and has tutored students in the past.
Hello folks, I am Hagen and I was born in Hamm, Germany 18 years ago. After finishing my General University Entrance Qualification at the age of 16 as the second best student of my year I decided to move to the UK to fulfill my dream, to study music. I started a pop music degree for guitar at ICMP in London, but then transferred to Leeds College of Music to swap from pop to jazz.
I love exciting lessons, allowing everyone to speak and practice as much as possible! Without making mistakes speaking, I wouldn't have learned the language. Lessons would include all skills required in language learning, eg. speaking, reading, writing, listening and understanding.
I use a mixture of reading comprehension, discussion and film material.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach German, Computing and Maths. - Tell me about your qualifications. I have completed my qualification at the Pedagogical University for the Teaching of German, and I have a BSc in Computer Science. I am also very good at Mathematics. - How much do you charge? My prices are as follows: German - 14 pounds; Computing - 12 pounds; Maths - 10 pounds.
- Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach German from beginners to A-level. My main emphasis is on becoming confident in speaking German. For Flute and Piano I teach beginners only. - How much do you charge? German - £20 an hour; Flute and Piano - £16. - Where do you teach? I am a student in Leeds and would be happy to travel within the city if the public transport allows.
Hi, I am Caroline and I am a fully qualified and experienced languages teacher and tutor. I cater for all levels in French, Spanish, German, Italian and Japanese.
Me baso en estructura didáctica del propio colegio, intento seguir las pautas establecidas; aun que si veo que puedo facilitarle información o ayudarle a pensar él mismo para sacar propias conclusiones; bastante libre en la metodología.
I am a Psychology student from Germany currently studying in Bradford. I would like to offer German lessons and tutoring to secondary school pupils, university students and to anyone else who might be interested! I am very flexible time-wise and will build my lessons around your specific needs. This could include help with coursework, exam preparation or simply conversational practice.
What my lessons will look like does highly depend on your expectations and aims. I have a lot of material for practice in speaking, listening, writing, and reading. Most of them are authentic materials which means they are not artificial but are really used that way in German-speaking countries. Do not be afraid of that.
I'm a German native speaker and language enthusiast who has moved to the UK over a decade ago. Currently I'm studying Italian which is a lot of fun, but also a great reminder of the challenges language learners can face when trying their hands at a new language. I have a very flexible approach towards language learning and teaching and will adapt my approach to the needs of each individual tutee.
Thanks for visiting my profile. I can help you improve your German skills, whichever area you want to focus on. Please contact me for more info. I'm enthusiastic, hardworking, approachable and can be flexible with your requirements. - Which subject(s) do you teach? German - Tell me about your qualifications.
Lingua Genesis Ltd You can learn a language with the help of a tutor who will simplify the whole process of language learning in working with you and encourage you to learn by means of adopting varied approaches - regardless of your age. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Welcome to Lingua Genesis Ltd.
As a German student myself I understand that learning the language can be tedious and so I make sure that the learning is done in a number of different ways to keep things fresh. With my current status as a student I am able to give more relatable than many older tutors because I understand how difficult it is to balance education with other aspects of life and so I can give advice on such issues.
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