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 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.
I like choosing a topic to discuss which helps a student to gain more confidence while using Japanese. It also helps students enhance their vocabulary level which in the future makes it easier for them to discuss a wider range of topics.
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.
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.
I base my class on conversation, just try to speak and enjoy
I will be innovatively teaching Japanese. At first, learning materials and exercises will be provided to ensure student to have a basic understanding of Japanese. Furthermore, quotes from famous Japanese animation will also be discussed and practised to increase the learning motivation. Both casual and formal Japanese style conversation will also be exercised.
Hi everyone! My name is Sarah. I'm 24 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.
I tutor from my studio in West Footscray, Melbourne, where I have many authentic Japanese language materials such as comics, books, DS games and DVDs that I am happy to lend out to students for extra practice between lessons.
I tend to cater my teaching style and method to my students. I like to try a whole range of learning styles with my students, listen to their thoughts on how they enjoy learning and what engages them, then cater to their learning because everyone picks up languages differently and it's not always easy, so I tend to focus on learning while building confidence in the student.
Making a language meaningful and engaging to oneself is key. If you don't have a purpose for using it in your life, then your brain will surely start to discard what you have learned. Personalise your learning.
Hi, I'm Adam and I am currently a post-graduate student at the University of Melbourne. My mother is Japanese and my father Australian, so naturally I grew up speaking both languages. I have had formal Japanese education until I was 14. I have previous experience as a private tutor, and my lessons can be tailored to match individual needs. You might be...
I love languages and so i really enjoy being able to share that knowledge. I like to teach students based on their individual needs and how they enjoy to learn best. I think every student learns differently and as such I would try my best to model my lessons as such. I want my student(s) to feel like they are learning in the best most comfortable way possible.
I teach foreigners and students Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji alphabet reading. I teach vocabulary, grammar, spelling and punctuation. I teach how to say, read and write the Nihongo (Japanese) alphabet. I teach formal and informal Japanese conversations. Not only language but assisting you to connect to the culture. I don't make you bored and stressed either.
Hi, I'm Akari. はじめまして! I'm a native Japanese speaker and I would love to teach Japanese. I can speak English enough to explain. *First lesson - free I would like to ask you how you would like to have lessons on the first day. For example, you want to focus on speaking/writting or you prefer to know formal/casual Japanese...or something like that.
My VCE lessons support and give feedback on what students have done and found difficult to do with my original VCE portfolio. For beginners, I focus students to balance with the Japanese skills that not only they can read and write but also able to speak at the same time.
I will check with the student for what he/she have learnt or have knowledge of in the language and how the student has studied for it. Then I will either come up with ideas to make the learning fun and understandable OR if the student is more comfortable with how they studied originally, I will adapt to that and give advises and tips to make it easier.
I am a native speaker of Japanese with secondary teaching qualification and a liguistics degree. I will provide lessons that cater for your needs, whether you want to learn about Japanese culture, language for travel, for business purpose, school work catch up or VCE Japanese.
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