Still on the way to teaching life for 10 years. Staying in Australia for 9 years at the moment and now still teaching English to Korean, and Korean to Australian.
My teaching method is depend on your interest. If you want to study for a test I'll prepare class for test. If you interested in K-pop or K-drama, we'll study with drama and singer's vedio. Whatever you interested in, I'll study with that you like. We will learn relative with you're interest.
Hi, guys. I know how hard learning a new thing is. I had leaned English for about 10 years but there was no such improvement before I was gone to Canada for English for 1 year. I was gratefully improved in Canada on the new language, which was English, at ease and in a no-stress/yes-talking-freely environment unlike learning it in Korea.
I would like to give lessons to anyone who is willing to learn or improve Korean. I have taught from a beginner to more advanced learner. My lessons can be flexible in terms of its content, depending on my student's needs.
For IELTS: I base my classes on going through materials I've prepared and attempting mock exam papers and prepare for the exams. Teaching them the right "skills" to tackle the questions to get correct answers in time. For oral (speaking) classes: Decide a topic and role-play with students. It aids them to think creatively and engage more interactively.
I have experience in both classroom environment and private lessons. I teach Korean differently compared to the official KLPT, focusing more on the simple vowels, then consonants, ensuring that the student is familiar with the concepts before moving on to the grammar.
My teaching method will be discussed prior to each lessons and studnets will be given a lot of homework based on their levels. I make sure that students reach their target or tests after lessons provided. You will be surprised by how much you have improved.
My teaching method is based on conversation dialogues which are the most basic and practical for living a life and first of all I like to trigger your Korean interest
Simply, easily, giving example.
I prefer to teach the expressions that we use in daily lives even though I use text books as well. I try to combine fun things and basic things naturally, avoiding difficult grammer terms. I admit learning a language takes a lot of time and affort. However, it should be a facinating experience as the same time.
It is different and depends on your levels. There are so confusing words in Korean. So basically i can teach you that pattern or phrase. And we will have time that we can talk with one theme. And sometime we just enjoy Korean culture.
Once I want to express, I need to know a lot of words. So I get the word first. Then, use words to make common real-life sentences. Of course, the pronunciation also learns.
Hi! I am an university student! I went to school in Australia until year 9 and finished high school in Korea. I am both fluent in English and Korean! I also work as a Korean teacher on Saturdays at a Korean School.
Hello, Welcome to my class. My name is Sangsu. Nice to meet you. I am from South Korea. I am one hundred percent Korean. But now I'm not in Korea I currently live in Barcelona. Now I explain why I want to teach Korean.
Hello, My name is Sera, I am a Korean and living in France for 10 years. I have taught for more than 15 years experience in Private schools and also ine the University in Korea and France. I offer Korean lessons for all levels (adult, children from 3 years professional) on weekdays and weekends. Stay professional goals Tourism Studies in Korea Exam preparation ...
I would say that I teach in a very simple way. I adapt to what you want. Before starting a lesson I ask a lot of questions to understand you better, to know why you want to take classes, what has worked for you or not, do you have some bases in the language ? It's very important to know that and after depending on your answers I adapt to make you a personalized course that meets your needs.
My name Hyangjoo Park, I m Korean. I studied at University Korean language and culture. I have a Korean teaching certificate level 2 (the maximum is level 1). We will first study the grammar rules and then do some exercise in order to learn new words and phrases in language.
To raise two mixed children everyday I have to study the difference between Korean and Italian. I would like to help you learn Korean language in a natural way. I can help you learn grammar and conversion in Korean. I have graduated in Arabic.
I try to give the subject in an entertaining way (teaching the vocabulary in a visual way, with songs, etc.) Sometimes I use a Korean book, but I mostly teach through notes that I dictate in class or that I provide the student myself.
My teaching lessons are fun and engaging! I will share lots of tips and tricks in improving Korean! It will be based on what you want to improve and your interests! I have been teaching Korean for 9 years to both Korean and non-Korean students!
My teaching method will be using a huge amount of sources within media, papers and so on. It would be free talking session as well. Basically, all methods will be based on the student's needs and wants.
My courses are suitable for all language level. Korean Vocabulary, oral expression, listening comprehension, accent reduction for the following levels: Elementary school Lower grades (Grades 5-7) Middle grades (grades 8-10) Upper grades (grades 11-13). I teach face to face at my home or online via webcam in German or English.
I am a college student at Brigham Young University studying Linguistics, minoring in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL) and Korean. I learned Korean while serving a church mission for 2 years in the Seoul area, and continue to enjoy taking classes at my university. My instruction will be focused on vocabulary, conversation, and reading.
Paul, 25, bilingual French / Korean graduated in LLCE Korean / HEI obtained at INALCO and currently in second year of Master of Journalism at Korea University. Back in France for a year, I offer Korean or French language courses for all levels by following an intuitive methodology yet based on a solid understanding of basic grammar in both languages.
I focus on your opinion the way you want to learn. At the firsst time I want to know your level so we will have a small talks. Depend on person, I will make our study lists. example, if you are not good at a grammer we will concentrate this part more. I will give you some materials before we start our lesson. it tells you what kind of things we will learn.
You can learn Korean from the alphabets and basic conversation. Also have a free talking and discuss some issues from news.
I'm currently pursuing Bachelors Degree in biological sciences, along with minor in studio arts. I have worked in a classroom setting, teaching about 4 to 5 students per class session. Every class session had kids aging from 3.5 to 14 year olds, so I have experience in teaching kids of different ages. My teaching tactics differ from every student, because everyone has their own way of learning.
I usually give more "virtual" classes than face-to-face. Despite this, my classes tend to be more interactive, even at a distance. Although they are paying, I do not like teaching classes to disinterested people because Korean is a language that needs attention and effort, even wanting (or needing), I can not give a lesson to those who do not really care.
I base my class on 'Korean Grammar in Use: Beginning to Early Intermediate', but it depends on the student's level. Also, I will use the Korean drama script with middle-level students with fun and easy way. I am going to show a short video clip to my students every class and share Korean culture as well.
I am a non-native Korean speaker, so for those who are learning Korean I have experienced directly the same issues as a learner you will have had. My method is a personal one, which takes in to account the needs of the student to offer a bespoke language tuition.