Which subjects do you teach? I teach flute (piccolo, alto and bass flute as well) up to professional level. Repertoire: from baroque to the latest contemporary music. I also teach recorder or Fife to very young pupils, in order to prepare them for playing the flute.
With 10+ years of private teaching experience, I am keen to adapt to individual needs, interest and standards. I teach beginner to post grade 8 level and believe anyone can benefit from learning to play the flute. More about me: (concealed information) - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach the Flute, Baroque Flute and Recorder as well as Music Theory.
I am a passionate cello teacher and enjoy the process of helping my students to accomplish a good standard of playing. I have just accomplished my Masters Degree from Trinity College of Music and enjoy a performing career alongside everything else. - Which subject(s) do you teach? Cello Tuition - Tell me about your qualifications.
I am a committed and personable French and German tutor. I have 4 years experience tutoring a wide range of students, from as young as 5 years old to adult age. I am a native French speaker and have a Masters in English and French Literature from Zurich University. - Which subject(s) do you teach? French (up to Pre-U) and German (up to GCSE) - Tell me about your qualifications.
My teaching methodology is a creative and relaxed one. We could meet in a café or at my flat, have a tea or a coffee and write down vocabulary, then use the vocabulary to have a conversation about what we did during the week etc., I would give some exercises for the next lesson and I would also teach grammar, but in a fun way.
Hi, I'm Nora, a German and Percussion/Drums/Marimba teacher from Austria. Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach German. Either you are just interested in the language, need German for Business, have to learn it for school (e.g. GCSE, A-levels), visit a German speaking country and want to speak a little bit, want to emigrate, want to learn High German (for business, acting,..
I am a professional actor and translator based in South-West London. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach acting and drama, specialising in the performance and text study of Shakespeare and other Elizabethan and Jacobean playwrights. I also teach audition techniques for both amateur actors and those who are auditioning for drama schools.
My motto is that there is no such thing as a stupid question. I am very patient and make sure the student gets a thorough understanding. Each topic is approached gradually step by step basis to build up the understanding.
My teaching method is learning by doing. I can give German lessons for beginners to advanced, also GCSE. In each lesson we will work on reading, writing, listening, vocabulary and pronunciation or a selection of these. We can use your study book as a guide or otherwise Collins' easy learning German.
When I was in school, I found it impossible to fully comprehend a subject when being just lectured. Instead, I found that a peer-to-peer approach works best. Having been a student learning these topics at one point, I can easily understand what works and what doesn't with each area of study.
I do not want people to have to learn of by heart and really discourage this, instead I place importance on the basics of the subject from which I can build up. I try to make to make my classes as interactive as possible.
Teaching methodology is customized and depends on the student. I can help with homework, test preparation, oral language proficiency or anything else at hand. In my view, lessons should be fun and informative to ensure maximum comprehension and retention of the material.
Dedicated and efficient language teaching and coaching for German that works and is fun. Essential grammar, relevant language and passion for the NEW is leading you to success.
Teaching German: I would start teaching about general, basic phrases or questions in German (e.g. My name is [ ] , How are you?) and later on include grammar, reading and writing. My goal is to make the class as exciting and fun as possible so that the students are motivated to learn. Depending on the age of the student/s I would alter between the class being more efficient/ exciting.
Throughout my school career I had a tutor for about 10 years who has always supported and motivated me. In university, I learnt that it is not always the topics I enjoy but the professors who make it interesting. I try to bring this knowledge to my tutoring experience and do everything I can to make learning a pleasant experience.
I hope to offer structure, support and a safe space in which students feel comfortable to try their best, make some mistakes and learn from them. From my teaching role in Germany, I can confidently prepare and deliver sessions which have a clear focus.
My teaching method is to look at the whole spectrum of the knowledge required and then address it step by step to the student. Organised sheets, cards and timelines and preparing a summary for the exam to learn for them always proves high success rates beyond their expectations.
My approaches are fuelled by creativity and thoughtfully executed to suit each and every student’s attitude and ability to receive. My experience in various domains comes handy in establishing practical applicability of the subject, which puts the student naturally in receptive attitude.
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I am a true believer that a language is learned by speaking. Grammar will be of course taught as well, but the best way to practise it is by speaking it! I teach beginners, so we can start with easy things like Verbs, Sentence-building etc.
I would like to try and tailor my style towards the needs and wants of whoever I am helping, whether that be through more informal conversation to gain familiarity and vocabulary or more structured written work to improve grammar.
I am a 27 year old, native, experienced German teacher, who use Skype, Whiteboard, exercises, etc all individualized to my students needs. Am having many years of experience. I also give homework for those who wish to study more intensively. It's all targeted to the needs we discuss in our first free trial.
I base my classes on the students. Having completed the A-Level course myself, I understand that it is demanding and I am sympathetic to how difficult it can be to learn lots of new vocab and all the grammar rules.
My lessons are focused on the individual and I am very proactive to ensure that all subject matter is applicable to every student's needs.
My aim is to make the German language and culture accessible for everyone, especially young students. - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach everything German.
I love speaking about your life, day to day and simply exchange ideas, while helping you communicate better, correct pronunciation.
Individual approach - according to the introductory conversation I recommend schedule and level. Together with the student, I choose topics, texts and the way of learning: one-to-one classes, group sessions, grammar structure exercises. Lesson structure - guided learning as efficient as so far.
‘The critical importance of retrieval for learning’ by Jeffrey D. Karpicke and Henry L. Roediger sums up pretty much my way of teaching.
I aim to keep language learning both fun and useful. Many of the language textbooks teach German in a way that would be unnatural day to day, and so I teach according to what is practical and what is natural. I also tailor to the needs and interests of every student, and will continue to do this for every lesson as undoubtedly, points will come up that require extra time the following week.
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German is one of the most studied foreign languages in Europe. It is quite natural that its presence in London, the "city of dreams", is extremely strong, to the delight of Germanophiles!
The German language is a Germanic dialect, from the group of Indo-European languages, at the head of a cultural and political zone of great importance. German is officially spoken, sometimes in slightly varying versions in dialect, in Germany (the leading European economic power), Austria, Liechtenstein, but also in certain parts of Belgium, Luxembourg, Brazil (it's true!), Poland, Romania, Denmark, Switzerland (even adding the Swiss guards of the Vatican), Italy... and Namibia!
To these 100 million speakers for whom Deutsch is a mother tongue, we must also add 100 million more German speakers who speak the language as a second or third language: if you are here reading this article, it seems likely that you are a part of or will soon help to grow this number!
In many nations - and this is particularly the case in London - learning German is considered to be a good thing for the mind, spirit and one's culture. German courses are generally popular with certain elite, and many upscale institutions use them to build their best classes (unlike Spanish classes).
Londoners: these reasons and many others can encourage you to follow your dreams of discovering the Goethe language or continuing to perfect your language skills by taking German lessons with a licensed tutor.
The city of London and its surrounding boroughs are full of possibilities to speak German fluently or even as a locale for a brief tourist stay.
From the Goethe-Institut London, to university programs, language schools and other language study intensives in German countries, the choices are plentiful.
But the most effective learning formula is that of taking private German lessons. In this way, there is no longer a single street in London that cannot access German lessons! Whether one speaks the "tudesque" or "Germanic" dialects, it is always a question of one and the same language, whose variants make us think of Latin in terms of grammatical discipline.
A discipline that becomes quickly easier when revising ones irregular verbs and Germanic vocabulary in St. James's Park, the Regent's Garden or by selecting a spot to study along the Thames river...
If you live in London, you will probably have German classes available at your doorstep, no neighborhood being left out. If the public transport system or private schools don't instill you with motivation or confidence, know that it is up to you to bring German lessons to your own home!
A luxury a bit more difficult to afford in the UK countryside, as there are less options available, but becomes much more easily accessible from any major city or surrounding area, thanks to a particularly dense public transport network: subway lines, city buses, trains...
German culture has long since appeared in the English capital
If there are many films and books that remind us of the dark hours of the war, we should not believe that the links between London and Germany only concern the two world wars... Let us look at the more elegant and distinguished cultural contacts!
There has been, for many centuries, many German Anglophiles very fond of London and, in return, many Londoners imbued with Germanophilia, demanding to improve their German language learning.
Many Londoners and people around the world have left their homes and travelled to Germany over the years, to experience the great ones Germany has had to offer from Beethoven, Johann Bach, Johannes Brahms, Georg Handel (composers), Friedrich Nietzsche (philosopher), Steffi Graf (tennis player), Claudia Schiffer (supermodel), Diane Kruger (actress) and many more!
Germany is present in literary, arts, politics and culture in London as many German immigrants have made an impact on the city over the years. George Handel spent the greater part of his life in London and the British Parliament made him a British subject in 1737. William Herschel, a German astronomer who discovered Uranus in 1781, also moved to England. Reuters is one of the largest media organizations in the world and was founded in 1851 by German Paul Reuter. Karl Marx, being one of the most famous and influential political thinkers in the world, moved to London in 1849 after being expelled by France. These are just to name a few.
Germans in the United Kingdom form one of the largest minority ethnic groups and largest foreign-born groups in the country today. There are many Germans living in the UK and many Britons- or German British- have German ancestry, including even the British family. The Office for National Statistics estimates that in 2013 there were almost 300, 000 German-born residents living in the UK. In London itself, there are many Germans living in West London, particularly around Richmond, where there is even a German school. A great neighborhood to find a German tutor one would think!
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Private individual courses to learn German in London are there to help you become bilingual, step by step. The regularity of private lessons of this kind, with a native speaker, is even more effective for learning German than that of levelled intensive German courses.
It is obvious that to deepen one's knowledge and skills in the German language, tailor-made training leading to conversation classes in London is worth a thousand times more than group lessons, even in small groups.
This language training with a private teacher will also prepare you to travel to Germany for an intensive internship, to live in Germany, study in Germany or work in Germany or another German-speaking country.
In addition, you will be able to stay connected with your German language teacher via video-conferencing during your time away.
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Public teachers, native speakers, German students, those who have been bilingual since birth... with all of our diverse options you can find the right fit for you, all ages and backgrounds are represented, but also the varieties within the language (German professionals, technical, business, poetic, old style, German translation...). Most courses run between £10 and 25 per hour... very affordable!
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There are currently several hundred teachers of the German language who are registered on Superprof for purely the city of London- peruse their online profiles listing their hourly rates, location, a short biography, accreditation, ratings and comments left by former students, availability, speed of response, seniority on the platform, and more...
From all the different districts in London, there is an abundance of quality teachers on our site, helpful for anyone wanting to learn to speak German! Know that the skills learned here will facilitate any further language learning you engage in down the road, learning Portuguese, Spanish, taking Russian or Chinese lessons, other linguistic options are also available on Superprof!
By extending your search to the entire greater London area, there are even more private German tutors available to meet your needs. Utilizing their skills is the ideal way to study German, immersing yourself in Tudesque syntax and learning to manage phonetics in no time. It's also the perfect way to stay motivated, as learning a new language can take time and dedication, it's a great idea to have an experienced cheerleader guiding you along the way!