As a learner of English and Japanese which are both my second-language, I exactly understand how hard to start to learn a new language. Tutor's role is necessary and the most important thing is how to find your own way. Also, a system of teaching/learning will make more effective and efficient.
My teaching methodology is step by step. The basement is the most important thing when you start to learn a new language. So the process for each student actually depends on which level you currently are. Each of my lessons is based on one hour, which is able to cover a new topic and revision of the last tutorial. Don't think it wouldn't be boring, nah, what I do is giving you leads not only about teaching.
I recently moved to Brisbane and study Master of Construction Practice at Bond University. I have a bachelor degree from RMIT University in Melbourne. Firstly I was a volunteer to help local students who are interested in Chinese in my college. There are obvious improvements in their Chinese skills then I start to give Chinese lessons to help more with interests in the Chinese language, including listening, oral, reading and writing.
- Native Chinese speaker with teaching experiences
- Patience and easily communicate
- Helped local students to improve Chinese skills
- Created own system to give effective teaching
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