I’m an experienced Chinese language teacher. I have a bachelor degree (5 years) from the Moscow State University as a specialist in the oriental studies and a Chinese language interpreter.I also studied one year in the Peking University in Beijing.
I have a ten years’ experience in teaching students Chinese in the University in Moscow and secondary school age pupils. I can work with groups and on a one to one basis.
I also have several diplomas on Chinese language teachers trainings held in China.
I can teach grammar, characters, pronunciation, listening, speaking and reading skills.
I also have deep knowledge of Chinese history, culture and traditions, which I use during the lessons.
I don't think that Chinese language for the begginers can be taught online. The most difficult part of it is pronunciation. And even if the internet connection between the teacher and the student is good it could be hard to hear the right tone and the right sound. And such a small thing can change all the meaning of the phrase.
|Languages||Russian, Chinese, English (British), French|
|Availability||Weekends, Weekdays (all times)|
|References Available||On File|
|Moscow State University, Institute of Asian and African studies||2005||Bachelors||Chinese language interpreter|
|Peking University, Beijing, China||2003||Other||Chinese language/ Econimics|
|Chinese National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language at Beijing University||2009||QTS||Refresher Course for Chinese Language teachers|
|Chinese National Office for Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language at Jilin University, Changchun city, China||2010||QTS||Professional training on Chinese language teaching and teaching materials|
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