Information About Dai - Cambridge teacher - (5 reviews)
This is how 2 referees rated Dai:
Whether you are a complete beginner or above, I can help! A native speaker, I am a freelance tutor with nearly twenty years’ experience of teaching Japanese as a foreign language.
Supervisor, Department of East Asian Studies, University of Cambridge
Providing Japanese language supervision for undergraduate students
Running group discussions
Tutor, Oxbridge Applications
Tutoring students in politics, history, sociology, economics and Japanese at all levels up to postgradua**Contact Detail Removed**vel
Delivering subject-specific mock interviews for sixth form students intending to apply for Oxford or Cambridge
Japanese Language Tutor, Cactus Worldwide Ltd
Weekly tutorials for three English people (July-August 2012)
Weekly tutorials for two English people and one American person (January-February 2012)
Weekly tutorials for four English people and one Portuguese person (October-December 2011)
Japanese Language Tutor
Teaching, amongst many others, more than fifty English people, including a PhD candidate in the Faculty of Modern and Medieval Languages, Cambridge (October 2001-September 2003), an undergraduate student in the Faculty of Biology, Cambridge (October 2004-June 2005), an undergraduate student in the Department of Engineering, Cambridge (November 2012-March 2013), an undergraduate student in the School of East Asian Studies, Sheffield (June-August 2013) and a PhD candidate in the Faculty of English, Cambridge (October 2012- )
Using all print, visual, audio and internet materials in order to adapt lessons so that they can be accessed by all types of learners
Tutor Resources: (free to download)
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Availability: Weekends / Weekdays (all times)
References Available: Yes (✔ On File)
- University of Cambridge (2008) - PhD in Politics (Doctorate) (✘ Not On File)
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Would highly reccomend Dai, very nice chap and easy to get along with which makes learning fun.
Looking forward to future lessons.