I was born in Uzbekistan, raised in Japan, graduated from High School in Singapore and now I'm living in London. I had to learn English and Japanese from scratch, and re-learn Russian again during my teenage years as I began to forget the language due to the constant use of Japanese and English.
I studied Japanese while studying and I traveled to Japan many times. I learned about Japanese culture, cosplay, and other diverse contents and understood the trends and entertainment in Japan. I'm passed JLPT N3 level, and I have 4years teach experience. I can teach Japanese writing, speak and read, after my lesson you can pass JLPT N3 level.
The lack of similarities between Japanese and the English language can make it seem intimidating and difficult to learn on your own. However, I am keen to show my students that Japanese is fun and exciting to learn. As a tutor I create a positive atmosphere and work with my students to help them to achieve their goals.
My personal aim for my students is to build up their confidence, in which they could go and live in Japan, and immerse themselves in the culture without the language barrier.
I have taught several students over the course of my high school years, both at school and at home. I am currently in Tokyo, Japan. All of the students I have taught have been primary school students, and through teaching them over an extended time period, I have modified my way of teaching to fit each student's learning style.
Mainly solving your questions related to Japanese up to A-levels. A lot of practice on oral/conversational Japanese as well as written and reading through step-by-step clear explanation. Lesson style is flexible, and could be adjusted depending on your needs .
At home beginners Japanese classes that move at your own pace for anyone who wants to start learning the basics of the language, based on the Genki textbooks and workbooks. Looking at speech, writing and vocabulary, beginning with hiragana and katakana, as well as basic phrases and greetings, and moving on to basic kanji and more conversational Japanese.
I do not have any certifications related to teaching Japanese but I have an experience in teaching back in Japan. I'm studying Creative Writing in London and I love to read and write both in Japanese and English. I can proofread your writings as well. I would like to provide lessons that meet students' needs. I am a easy-going person who love to meet new people.
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I am a university Law graduate. I studied Japanese and Japanese law in Niigata University, Japan, for one year. I also continued studying Japanese when I returned to England to complete my Law degree. I have also studied Spanish since GCSE's and I continued studying the language university.
Hi there! I studied Japanese at the University of East Anglia, spending my third year abroad in Kyoto. I am currently in my Newly Qualified Teacher year, having passed my training last year. I teach Japanese to students aged 11-18 (up to A-level).
My teaching method is in line with GCSE carriculum. Focusing on conversation, grammar and composition. Learning Japanese and Chinese characters.
After my undergraduate studies I moved to Japan for 2 years where I worked and studied the language. I absolutely fell in love with the language and passed JLPT N1 on my own, so I feel more than qualified to teach it. Teaching style is flexible and will cater to the needs of the student. This can range from following textbook exercises to role playing.
My teaching method relies on a deep understanding of the content. I base my classes on knowledge derived from lessons in both Japanese (studying in Japan) and English (studying in the UK). I have studied Japanese for 8 years. Typical lessons will be broken down into vocabulary, kanji (Chinese characters), grammar, and reading/writing.
My methods of teaching Japanese are to start with alphabets with phonetics. Using cards with pictures and repeat to read them out. Practice of words with using sight and hearing so that a student can get used to characters and sounds.
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