My method of teaching Japanese is flexible. I have a Japanese background and I can speak, read and write Japanese so through my private tuition I can assist my students with their Japanese homework, assessments and/or prepare them for the exams. I can also help them with improving their pronunciations, increasing their vocabulary, constructing sentences and teach them how to write.
Come and get the 1st free lesson, you'll get to know my teaching methodology. It will have lots of fun, trust me. Language learning is never a difficult thing if you find out what interest you regarding the language. Japanese is a language that the more you learn, the more difficult you will find it. Let me explain it to you.
My teaching method is based on communicative approach. As I want everyone to participate and gain confidence in their ability, I do not use the old lecturer way. I try to make my lessons more student friendly. I know the every student learns different ways and at a different rate so i base the lesson/s on the students needs to ensure the best results are reached.
I used to teach TAFE, primary students and high school students . I recognize the different approve to different groups of students. I use games, music , and a lot of resources. I also make my own teaching tools and text to suit mt students' needs.
My teaching methods involve getting to know the students' personalities and interests and using authentic texts and ICT to engage them in learning. I try to encourage students to compare Japanese language and culture with that of their own so that their language proficiency can progress.
As a Chinese, I'am capable of speaking two foreign languages fluently. I can not only show you how to speak Japanese, but also my little episodes with my Japanese friends. Most important thing is that I'm willing to show my students the way to study a foreign language. If you are interested in applying a school in Japan, then I am definitely the best choice for you.
My personal teaching philosophy is that learning should be a fun experience for children that leaves them excited and looking forward to the next lesson! For this reason, my lessons are typically aimed at teaching the various aspects of Japanese while most importantly ensuring the child is enjoying themselves! I am comfortable teaching reading, writing, listening and speaking aspects of the...
I work either one-on-one or in small groups, focusing mainly on useful phrases and vocabulary. If I do not know something, I will learn with the class. Once I am satisfied with their skill, we move onto more complicated skills.
My personality always attracts people, I can and love to talk different types of people who has common sense and always end up having fun knowing each other! So, before being as a teacher and student, I always like to be friends to each other. That leads to a better lesson, I believe.
Start with basics of writing, reading and vocal exercises. Relating Japanese to characters to everyday things to help with remembering. Re-writing and repeating is the best way I learnt Japanese. as well as many videos to understand the way a native to speak, and repeating the same way.
Maybe you can walk around with a "Lonely Planet" book and flip through the back pages where it shows you what you need to say in certain situation but it doesn't tell you HOW to say those words. The main topic of my class will be "Traveling in Japan". But I can also teach you the basic Japanese spoken-language in some other topic you desire as well.
I approach my teaching content in a variety of ways as everyone learns differently! Everyone learns differently from repetition to visual methods to listening and writing; Japanese should be fun yet challenging, and I aim to make my lessons enjoyable, informative and motivational.
My teaching method is using text books, which Minnano-Nihongo. It is the basic material of learning Japanese, Of course you can also use your own textbook, if you have it. My class should be interesting and fun, since based on my experience learning another language is quite tough, and takes a long time. For the reason that I might avoid serious and nervous in my class.
I focus on what the student needs, at all ages and skill levels. I make the lessons fun and relevant. I can target the spoken language, written language or both, as well as cross-cultural fun if that's what's wanted. I design the lessons around the student needs and fit to individual learning styles.
My teaching method is 1 on 1 fixing up points in their study. My lesson structure will begin with talking about their previous experiences with their learning and problems they are having. Then go into teaching them about the attributed their is to learning the language. I also sometimes use my own experience to make them further understand how it feels.
I focus on learning experiences fun and interesting because students learn a lot better when they are actually interested. The lesson can be taught through various materials such as Japanese TV shows and comics. I will also try to teach Japanese that is actually useful instead of only focusing on academic Japanese, however, I am flexible to adapt my teaching style to students' needs.
I base my classes with a collaborative approach to what the student is wanting to learn or is interested in. Lessons are fun and enjoyable.
I would like to make lessons interesting. As I mentioned that I was a teacher at after hour school in Japan, I know how students get bored or excited. I can utilise the experience and make interesting, fun and practical lessons.
Our lessons are more focused on natural way to use Japanese so I tend to adapt casual conversation in our lesson. I will personalize our lessons and when I taught uni students I used text book in their subject but for kids I have taught them anime & culture and for business person I have taught them how to make good first impression in business etc.
I like to start out with a introduction and evaluate how much improvement is needed. This can be as simple as speaking too fast or a slight word/letter mispronunciation or a complete lack of letter/word pronunciation. I will then see where it can be taken from there. These lesson will follow up on the basic Australian English accent.
My teaching method is going to be practical approach (especially four skills such as speaking, listening, writing, and reading) although you'll learn grammar of course. You choose subject what you want to learn. Also, I would teach proper pronunciation.
I have a strong understanding of the culture and language of Japan that comes from a curiosity derived from years of studying and living in the country and with its people. In line with this, I work best with students who have a similar natural fascination and a drive to succeed.
I think a lot of people who get into Japanese like comics and anime. I love anime and comics so will be bringing that into context to try make it more interesting. Otherwise there are tonnes of food, culture and history of Japan.
I love to use fun methods of teaching with lots of pictures, games and activities, with the inclusion of practical activities and content which are relevant to real life uses.
My teaching method is to focus on my students firstly having FUN! I like to make my lessons as enjoyable as possible, making for the best environment in which to learn. I base my lessons around the individual needs of each student, not a rigid structured format.
My lessons start with consultation on your objectives, and analyzing your weaknesses and strengths. So bring the textbook of your choice or any materials you would like to master, such as books, listening audios, etc. I will be as flexible as I can to fit your needs.
My teaching way is.... #Watching Japanese short story (listening skill) #Using a textbook (Reading and writing skill) #Reading a short book (Reading skill) #Giving homework (Remembering) #(option) Cooking Japanese food with using Japanese These are only example. We can find your own way to learn Japanese.
I teach everything you need. Whether it would be conversational Japanese speaking or advanced grammar or kanji, hiragana, katakana writing. I can be flexible with the teaching style, pacing etc using familiar examples from what I would observe from you as we go.
My teaching method is purely interactive and in-depth, I like students who are self driven and have an idea of what kind of use case they might want to interact in. Using that knowledge I delivered tailor made content to each student.
My teaching method is always based on student's requirement. I focus on what you want to achieve. You want to pass exam, get good score, achieve fluent conversation skills or improve your writing skills. Depends on the lesson contents, I have different methods but always talk with my students to have better lessons.
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