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.
Depending on the level, various aspects of the program I can provide include: >Flash cards of key vocabulary >Examples of how to use grammar patterns >Materials for practice in speaking, writing, reading as well as listening >Contacts in Japan to reference more native styles of writing or speaking >Mnemonics, songs for primary students >Suggest useful online tools for memorising >Give pointers...
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 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 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 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.
I am a graduate university student with a passion for Japanese people, language and culture, and if this is you, I think we can get along well! I can offer tutoring in most levels of Japanese including: - beginner Japanese (also HSC Beginner Japanese) - intermediate Japanese (also HSC Continuers Japanese) - lower advanced Japanese I would work largely as a supplement for any...
I want to teach individuals who are genuinely interested in language and culture. Whilst writing and grammar are essential, my main focus would be to cultivate the conversational abilities of my students. Everything from everyday life to occupation-specific scenarios, I intend to prepare my students to feel confident and proficient in their speaking abilities.
The lesson is held in Japanese only but English is occasionally used for translation/explanation to help students save time, understand better, and get more comfortable. The beginners and intermediate students are expected to take a couple of lessons a week to improve their performance efficiently.
I base my lessons on whatever you are currently studying in high-school and/or university. Whether it is Kanji or grammar patterns, I am very confident in teaching you the correct and proper way in Japanese.
My Japanese lessons are tailored to suit each individual learner, but are designed to cover the basics of Japanese language.
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.
I believe in a passion for the techniques required to learn a language and want to pass on this passion to others. Japanese is a very intricate language and requires a lot of focus and dedication so I want to inspire my students to become invested in the Japanese language and culture beyond my lessons.
My teaching methodology is learning the basics, master the beginner steps and help you understand that making mistakes is not only natural but a really good way to learn.
Using textbook of Everyone's Japanese. Also I will teach topics that students request. I can teach students for WACE or for Uni, I can explain all kinds of questions. Also I would like to teach who is simply interested in Japanese.
I believe being a part of the School Representative Council and the School Ambassador for 2018 at my high school has taught me useful and diverse skills that helps me interact with people. I also believe that my friendly personality will make it a joyful learning experience for my students.
My Teaching style is normal conversation. Any topic will be welcome. We will keep asking questions each other and digging the theme deeply. I can see the things from several viewpoints, so we might change topic sometimes. I will be open and honest as (even tho) Japanese person. I always try to make you laugh because I don't like boring lesson.
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.
For a language, I believe the best way to memorise is by the use of repetition. This is obtained through weekly exercises (letters or words), flashcards and practising out loud. I would take on primary school students and early high school students who are just beginning to learn the language.
I teach a language by only utilising the appropriate language in the lesson (unless English is really needed to convey a point). I will engage with the student by prompting them to speak Japanese, and correct any mistakes they may make in their grammar or pronunciation. I will allow the student to mainly drive the lesson by prompting points they wish to be addressed.
My teaching methodology centers on first understanding the needs of my students and their objectives. With that I can taylor a learning objective sheet or syllabus utilizing various blended and direct instruction techniques. E.g. Using the computer, a tablet, a smartphone, the Internet in fun and meaningful ways that allow self-reflection and assisted autonomous learning.
I believe in teaching languages through lots of communication and interacting one on one. I dislike relying on textbooks as this is a good way to learn vocabulary and grammar but doesn't teach you how to use the language in conversation.
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 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 interactive and engaging. I believe that a language is something that must be USED, so I encourage speaking, listening and having fun with the language. My classes are based around real-life situations and students' personal lives.
My lessons are aimed at school students of any level, and will be tailored to the individual needs of the student. In Japanese the four main areas of study are listening, reading, writing and speaking, and I can focus my lessons on one of these skills, or all four, depending on the needs of the student.
I try to adapt my teaching methodology to the needs of the student(s). I have the most experience with teaching groups of students through games. I also try to incorporate my musical talents to create more memorable teaching moments. For one on one situations, I work to build a relationship of trust and teach through trying to cater to their interests.
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.
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