My Japanese lessons are tailored to suit each individual learner, but are designed to cover the basics of Japanese language.
My lessons are very dynamic and active, as my students cook from the very beginning of the class. I am a very friendly and kind person, and I love to make my classes funny and engaging. My philosophy is that "everyone can cook" and my lessons teach you not only recipes, but also techniques and tips for developing your own style.
My lessons are dynamic and tailored to the student. I can adapt the classes to your needs and interests, so you can improve noticeably your Spanish. I give feedback everyclass so you can focus in the areas that you need the most.
The languages study is not about memorizing the vocabularies and pronunciation, but the alternative way of thinking. when you studying secondary languages, it will help you to adopt another process of linguistic thinking, it can show you a different information process system. Absolutely important for your study.
I am more of a practical and less of a theoretical tutor. I love giving my students time to think and analyse the steps they take rather than just pushing them into it. I can understand students by empathizing with them.
Lessons are 1 hour minimum. I can help you on everything that relates to the French language: vocabulary, accent, grammar, expressions... Please advise me in advance on the points you would like to work on so I can prepare appropriate exercises.
I will teach students the tools to begin conversing immediately in an engaging way. This communicative approach is more effective than starting at basic word level translations. This way students are able to think more critically and analytically. Being exposed to this form of language acquisition builds their repertoire more robustly.
My teaching philosophy is to help the student to discover the answer themselves, which is a key skill in computer science. I aim to work with the student to identify what is required and to help them to get to grips with the concepts they need to understand to program successfully.
My teaching method typically starts with short knowledge discussion about the terms commonly used in swimming.
I base my classes on points of interest. I use up-to-date material based on current world events and trends. I pride myself on finding and creating new material with amazing facts and stories from around the world. I prefer to avoid old, boring repetitive lessons that students have likely experienced since primary school.
You must have the fundamentals verbatim then you can break the rules to the point that your images can be repeated they were not a lucky accident. Being able to understands and control the light is paramount. can you operate your camera with your eyes closed? once you can then you can concentrate on the image as the camera is second nature.
My teaching methods depends on the student. I always let them be free to learn as they prefer. Its more fun.
I take yoga classes which includes almost all the aspects of yoga. I start my class with centering and intention training, followed by warm ups and various yogic poses. All classes include a 15 minute meditation at the end of the class.
I am able to follow the Kodaly Methodology. I am also familiar with the Orff Methodology. I have worked from the AMEB Piano Practical and Theory of Music Syllabus. I have also studied the Yamaha Electone Organ Methodology. I was also a student of the Yamaha Electone Organ Method for 3 years.
Nothing comes easy but if you want it bad enough you can achieve anything you want, dare to dream, sweat, sacrifice and succeed
I teach basketball by playing balls and enjoyable trainings. I teach how to play basketball by demonstrating and practicing with you.
My teaching method is to be patient with students to start with them from the first step and give them time
I’m client based. I’ll deliver whatever you want to learn about. I like to have open conversations which makes information clear and memorable.
As a student fundamentals are really important. So the first thing i’ll focus on is building strong fundamentals and then slowly build on advanced concepts.
I've taught English for Academic Purposes (EAP) for many years, teaching small classes (averaging about 10 students) in how to use correct grammar and academic language, how to present an effective argument in English, how to structure an academic essay. I've also taught one-on-one to identify specific language issues.
Behind every successful act, there are countless attempts and trials. The trick to public speaking is to be comfortable with yourself! It's not about having presented for a million times because the fear simply will not go away just like that.
I believe that learning by translation is by far one of the easiest ways to learn a new language. I also strongly believe that practice makes perfect but it completely depends on how hard or how eager one wants to learn.
You don't need to purchase anything, I will provide my original textbook.
My teaching method is adaptable and works to your pace. No matter your level and how flexible you are (or you think you are), the important here is to uncover what yoga gathers and help you to do poses safely.
Hi, I'm Cecilia. French girl living in Paris since she's born and in Australia for a year.
I have been teaching Chinese Mandarin for more than 3 years, before I was teaching in Shanghai, I have group students in classroom, or 1 on 1 flexible lessons as well, after half a year, they could all handle the basic daily conversation .
I use the latest practical examples from industry and current affairs to make class interactive and provoke the thought process in the students. A scenario based learning approach trains students for the real life situations that may arise in their working life.
I approach topic by topic along with a lot of practice problems as practice makes perfect. I make sure the concepts are very clear and very well understood as each concept forms a foundation for a higher concept.
I am looking to teach beginner-level classical piano, basic music theory and basic pop-piano. I accept students of all ages! Lessons will be once a week, for an hour. I do not have a piano or keyboard available so students will have to have their own for lessons.
My teaching method is mainly based on conversations. For beginners, I like to take a look at grammar first to be aware of how french works and then speak it. For advanced, I like to talk a lot with the person (historic topics, their travels, News...).
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