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Tatiana

Tatiana

Masters: Specialist in International Relations (2000)
of the Japanese language, its nuances and the fascinating Japanese culture. I have been professionally teaching Russian and Japanese languages for 5 years and I can provide a lot of references. I offer tutoring on Japanese and Russian languages for all levels from beginner to advanced. My lessons are tailor-made for each person, so no matter what your level or interest, I can ensure you will achieve your goals. Therefore, if you are looking to...
Jackie

Jackie

Doctorate: Pass (2011)
groups of non-native speakers ranging from private lessons, to joint lessons, to groups of primary school, high school and university students. My students appreciate my enthusiasm and love of languages. I aim to inspire my students by making lessons fun and relevant. The text book is merely a tool that I use to facilitate conversation and help students make the language their own. I can offer tutoring on Skype or face to face for casual...
Gary
Oxford), Jun-Aug 2007 I enjoy teaching, and I know that everyone learns in a different way. I hope that I am always patient and encouraging. Personal rapport is of the greatest importance, and learning can't take place if the learner feels forced or doesn't feel able to ask questions. In the best case, learning should always be enjoyable and fun. Learners must feel that they have something to contribute to the subject and that their...
Miho

Miho

Masters: MA in English Language Education (1993)
them to learn Japanese or English. Some prefer an informal chat style of learning and ask a broad range of questions. Some would rather have more organised structures. Others love singing and playing games… especially young learners. What is your motivation for learning Japanese? Japanese traditional culture, pop-culture, business opportunities, Japanese food, travel, teaching English to Japanese students… ? It is a joy to plan each lesson to suit the student's needs and interests in...
Rebecca

Rebecca

Bachelors: 2:1 BSc Clinical and Health Psychology (2010)
when teaching Japanese, I believe a fun, active approach is the most effective. A short amount of time is spent drilling sentences and words; but then these new words and phrases should be used in role plays, games, or challenges to make the new vocabulary stick. When teaching English, debates about the subject material cause important points to be remembered, help students to structure their arguments more clearly, and let students consider what the most...

Keiko

Bachelors: BA Studio Ceramics (1996)
and rewarding. I have been teaching Japanese as a freelancer since 2012. I have many successful private tutoring experience as well as some group lessons at school environment. All my lessons are totally customized to suit individual needs therefore each lesson is flexible and very efficient. The beginners lessons will include lots of visual materials to help quick and easy understanding. I try to use direct method where it is possible and include cultural aspects...
Chelsea

Chelsea

Bachelors: Japanese Studies (2016)
option. I have also given large format language taster sessions at events and I volunteer for the Japan Foundation as a language promoter. I have a flexible approach to teaching so that we can work at a pace that suits you. I can give you insight into the Japanese language based on my own learning journey. I try to make lessons fun and engaging in addition to text book work. I believe I can offer...
Akiko

Akiko

Doctorate: PhD in Sociology (2010)
with HD camera. An approachable and friendly style to engage students in fully comprehending an unfamiliar language. Tuition is provided in verbal and written Japanese using language props as an aid to understanding, with textbooks and specialist Hiragana teaching materials. I have excellent whiteboard writing skills and I am comfortable at teaching in both formal and less formal surroundings. Tuition can be arranged on a regular or irregular timetable according to the needs of the...
Artour

Artour

Masters: MA Pacific-Asian Studies (Anthropology major) (2011)
throughout the whole process, i.e… how to get started, how to make a writing schedule and keep to it, how to meet the submission deadline without driving yourself crazy, etc. I also give practical advice on a lot of technicalities and fine points: from looking for literature, to managing bibliography to really whatever question you may have. The study skills I help you acquire will serve you for the rest of your life. As a...
Katrina

Katrina

Masters: Masters of Materials Science (2007)
in the subjects Maths and Sciences. I would also be glad to teach English and Filipino as well as basic Japanese languages. I have been teaching mostly kids since University days. I used to volunteer to teach homeless kids in the Philippines. And when I was studying masters in Japan, I also taught English and Filipino to Japanese (ages 5-60 years old). I believe that creating a friendly and relaxed environment makes it easier to...

Levels We Offer For Japanese Tuition: Primary japanese, Secondary japanese, GCSE japanese, A-Level japanese, University japanese, Casual Learner japanese

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