I am kind of person who always prefer to communicate and talk when learning a language, and I believe this is important to have capabilities in not afraid to make mistakes, and willing to express and communicate. For my teaching method and structure, I would like to introduce different topics of daily life such as simple, and easy dialogue in Japanese for beginner level.
My teaching method changes depending on the student's preferred learning methods. First setting a goal that the student wants to reach and then breaking that down into smaller steps.
My teaching method involves keeping students engaged through easy-to-understand strategies that help students excel in Japanese. I have a passion for the language and strive to share this love with my students. I understand the language can be tough but with the right skills, I believe anybody is capable of loving and excelling in the subject.
My approach to teaching has always been to use the student's knowledge to help them work out the next step.
I want to make the tutoring experience an enjoyable one, so as a tutor I can tailor each lesson to your needs and offer you personalised lessons.
I will teach beginner to intermediate Japanese. This will include useful vocabulary, kanji, grammar and translation exercises, as well as written and spoken conversational practice. I believe in structured but friendly sessions where students feel comfortable to make mistakes and learn from them.
My teaching method is teaching Japanese conversation using different occasions such as going out for shopping,cooking lesson or gym training etc.Students can choose any topic.I would sometimes use a book”JAPANESE for young people”for them to answer questions.I can also make it fun taking calligraphy and talking about culture in the lesson sometime.
I have been complemented on my creative and engaging lessons. For example, making a pop-up children's book about a unicorn to enforce Japanese sentence structure, punctuation, grammar and emotive language. By focussing my lessons on Japanese animation characters I am able to inspire students to learn more about Japanese culture and language.
My Japanese lessons are tailored to suit each individual learner, but are designed to cover the basics of Japanese language.
I have had teaching and teaching assistant experience in Japan and in Australia for more than 10 years. I want to help the students to reach their goals. Also I would like to share Japanese culture, nature, people, weather, food, current topics and so on through Japanese language lesson.
Every person is unique and teaching styles should be adaptable to students' ways of learning. I think it's important to tailor teaching to each student and I even think it can be fun to find out which ways are the best way to teach someone something so that it sticks.
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.
I'm looking to tutor in beginners Japanese, ideally, school students or students that are homeschooled and are looking to study a language. I work well with one on one tutoring, or in small groups. I focus on catering to each individual student's needs and making sure that they feel confident and comfortable in the material, and with my teaching style.
I am very friendly and like to make lessons fun. Students may have a short attention span so I seek to teach within a way that will tune in to their attention.
Hi everyone! My name is Sarah. I'm 23 years old, and I am currently a master student of development studies at Melbourne University. Although I was born and raised in Japan, I am quite fluent in English thanks to my Irish father. My goal as a language teacher is to help students to actually be able to use the language.
Fun lessons with a fluent teacher - target those tricky bits with card games, focused activities, exercises in verbal, written and spoken skills, designed for the needs, interests, and individual learning styles of each student. Enjoy fun with a great language, or target those areas that need extra work in ways that take the hard work out of learning.
My lessons are planned according to each individual. We all have different interests, ways of learning, strengths, and areas for improvement. I like to communicate with my students as much as possible to gauge their needs and progress, and adapt accordingly. I want my students to feel heard and comfortable, and be able to approach me about any struggles they may have.
Firstly, I prefer teaching in more practical way, so I would like to implement a lots of out put practices so that students can absorb what they learn as much as they can. Also, I like authentic Japanese. Therefore, I teach more authentic and efficient Japanese which area frequently used by Japanese natives. Lastly, I like direct method to teach Japanese.
Enjoying the study is the most important. That is why I will use the material which is related to your interest and hobby. Of course, I will teach fundamental things such as vocabularies and grammar. My lesson can overwhelm various levels.
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.
Students and myself can rely of visual, aural and verbal ways for learning and teaching Japanese at school level, as well as playing Japanese games. I'll ask students about their strengths and weaknesses in Japanese.
My main teaching method is based on reaching functional and conversational fluency through a combination of audio and written texts in order to foster passive language skills, as well as conversation practice and written questions to help develop active language skills.
My primary focus in teaching is to make it enjoyable! I like to make sure the student understands the practicality of the material being learned, and develop every day uses for the language being taught.
I approach the topic by gaining an understanding of how my student best learns, and try to have the lesson flow like a natural conversation. I strive to find a balance between what the student needs to learn, and what will make the lesson fun and engaging.
My favourite method of teaching language is through speech, I think using and practising speech can be one of the most difficult things to practice but the most rewarding. I find myself quite comfortable also teaching written language however, I think there is more opportunity for written study in classrooms and by oneself, unlike speech study.
I like to teach through the use of written expression and vocal expression e.g. sounding out words and asking how to write it (once they have learnt the hiragana or kanji characters). I also use an enthusiastic approach to teaching and seeing as I am only a teenager we may build a close relationship and understanding.
The lesson will mainly based on what you are learning at the moment in school, I will quickly go through your materials and try to help you the things you don't understand. I will also give you some learning tips for learning Japanese. Also, if you are a beginner, I will bring some learning material for you to start the learning journey.
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