Having lived and au-paired in Germany and now a first-class student at Cambridge, I can help you improve your spoken and written German.
At the beginning, I usually set the goals and needs of my student, then I focus my lessons based on those goals. My lessons are up to date (according to the new curriculum), they are set to increase the confidence of the student and to promote their love for learning, taking into account their capacity. The classes are very interactive as I want my students to enjoy and feel confortable.
The great French mathematician and thinker, Blaise Pascal, said, "Le coeur a ses raisons que la raison ne connaît point." This universal truth has always informed me as a teacher. You cannot get a pupil, regardless of ability or circumstance, to achieve their full potential if their heart is not in it.
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'm gonna base my classes on what my students want to learn and my own experience with learning languages. Obviously I don't remember learning German myself, but I remember the hard work and frustration which comes with a new language.
I prefer to work one-on-one with my pupil to create a bespoke and effective teaching programme. My approach is to fully understand my pupil's capabilities and then look to strengthen the weaker facets of their language. I have experience teaching all standards of the language from Entry level, GCSE's to A-levels.
I always aim at keeping students engaged in my lessons, giving them the support and tools they need to improve. My intention is to do serious work in a friendly environment as it is crucial for me that students enjoy themselves in the lessons. I use drawings and illustrations as much as possible, in the online sessions an online whiteboard and a variety of interactive tools.
My teaching method is very relaxed but productive. Knowing more languages is fun, so why not make learning them fun as well? I like people to enjoy what they study.
My teaching methodology depends on my student's individual strengths and level. Depending on the circumstance I am happy and capable to adapt to other curriculum and methods. I believe that each student has an individual way of learning things and as a tutor I try to respect and integrate that in my teaching methodology.
It is pivotal that a basic understanding is achieved in each level of the language as we go along. Think of it as if you're Jack from 'Jack and the Beanstalk' (strange analogy but stay with me here): you plant the seeds of knowledge (e.g. learning how a tense works), then you let it grow (e.g.
I base my classes on what the individual needs help with whether it be total beginner level (primary) or more advanced and make it as relaxed as possible as I know not every student thrives in a classroom environment and prefers somewhere more calm.
My teaching method is very much word association and role play. I feel this makes classes fun and makes the learning much easier. Lesson plans are structured in units with review and testing once units are completed. Learning is meant to be fun.
I think that the most important thing as a tutor is first to establish a relationship of trust with the student, so that they feel comfortable taking risks during the learning process. Once this in place, I like to walk logically through the key principles of the material, using both visual and aural techniques in order to maximize learning.
Your interest in German tuition may be due to exams, a university course, German relatives, an audition, or the unique German sense of humour - I'll help you prepare for all of that. I enjoy teaching a lot and will make sure you enjoy your progress! - Which subject(s) do you teach? German: basics, conversation, GCSE, iGCSE and A-Level exams, German for university students.
I am very passionate about languages and enjoy teaching Spanish. I provide Spanish tutoring for people learning Spanish. I can also provide you with a French or German tutor - Which subject(s) do you teach? Spanish, but I also provide tutor with German and French - Tell me about your qualifications.
Who can learn without repeating over again? - Which subject(s) do you teach? I teach French and German, English and Maths - all of them up to GCSE. I teach French and Economics up to A Level. I also offer English as a Foreign Language (EFL). In addition, I am a teacher of the Alexander Technique and member of STAT.
I like to approach my lessons according to students' needs and not with a particular formula. Each person responds to different stimuli, so an introductory and exploratory session is absolutely necessary and completely free, of course. Personalities can also play a role and so it is no shame to not 'click' with one another. Face-to-face or Skype are no problem.
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.
A first-year university student who has studied German for six years, offering support to students from beginner's level to A-Level or equivalent.
As a half German half English student studying at Uni of Bath in first year, I am more than able to teach GCSE and A level German as I went through them myself only a few years ago. My methods of teaching involve largely practical uses of the language and interactive exercises to involve students, which will (hopefully!) make learning a second language far more exciting than in school.
I am an undergraduate student studying in Dundee, who grew up in a German-English household and lived in Austria for 9 years. I give lessons to children and young adults ranging from 0 to 16 years of age. I aim to spend a lot of time talking to my students in German to broaden their vocabulary through first hand experience and conversation.
I am a qualified teacher of modern foreign languages with many years’ experience of teaching German at GCSE and A level. I teach from my home in Didsbury in south Manchester. I tailor tuition sessions to meet the individual needs of the student and can provide help with speaking, listening, reading, writing, grammar, translation, literature and film.
I'm a recent school leaver who would thrive at teaching those who are learning or preparing to learn German at Year 6, KS3 or GCSE level, in order to maximise their potential and ensure confidence and proficiency in their subject. Teaching would be orientated around oral, written, spoken and reading exercises designed to make the most of ever-more challenging exams.
Hello everyone , I'm giving German lessons to primary and secondary students needing that extra bit of help! I'm fluent in both English and German so I'm promising good help and following this,an definite improvement in your German knowledge.
I am a student of French and German at the University of York who is looking to give lessons to anyone of any ability who wants to either start to learn a language or improve upon what they already know! The lessons could consist of anything, such as general conversation, grammar, or hints and tips for writing in the language.
I teach with the natural method designed by linguist Prof. Stephen Krashen et al. Through reading and listening to authentic and comprehensible materials, the student learns German like their first language. The materials are designed to lower anxiety and increase an unparalleled passion for German. I believe the more engaged a student is, the easier the learning process.
My teaching method is never the same for any student , i adapt my style of teaching to suit the student best. Majority of the time i ask the student which way they like to learn. I have been tutoring for over a year now and this style seems to work.
I will get you to talk a lot of German in my lessons. While I think it is very beneficial to go over any text you wrote in German, I am a firm believer that one can only learn a language by speaking it. Whether you are doing German as a minor, major, or just learning it for fun, my lessons will build your confidence in speaking and writing German.
Motivation is the key when it comes to learning a language. That's why I always give my students specific learning objectives. These bring a clear structure into the learning process and motivate learners to achieve their goals, as they see themselves accomplishing a little goal in every lesson. Communication is the second most important part of my teaching.
I base my classes on communication with my student. I try to explain grammar in easy form giving interesting and funny examples, and also with different plays. It works not just with children, and also with adults. The most importamt thing in process of education - to get on well with a student.
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