You can learn Korean from the alphabets and basic conversation. Also have a free talking and discuss some issues from news.
I teach students from the basics. As I am myself a student of foreign languages I have quite a good understanding of making ways for learning it in an easier way. My methods of teaching are simple and I deal with my students patiently.
I am a university student and have had many professors teach in ineffective ways. Therefore I will be effective in catering to the students needs by learning through practice and engagement. The more often you practice I believe it makes it easier to learn.
I am open to Korean learners of all levels whether they are just learning the Korean Alphabet or having to write essays about Science, Technology, Medicine, Society, and National Defense. My methodology revolves around strengthening the foundations of Korean grammar and then expanding upon that with more elements to slowly achieve a higher level in reading, writing and speaking.
I use the books of the Sejong Institute in many countries by the South Korean Government as a source. Lessons are taught as a lecture, as a sample sentence for the student, reading from the book as examples, and in the next lesson, verbal example sentences are formed on the subject of the previous lesson.
1) Beginner-Intermediate Level - Korean Alphabet and Pronunciation - Sentence Type (Formal/Informal Polite Style, Imperative, Interrogative, Propositive Sentences) - Comparatives and Superlatives - Intonation - Practical expressions for daily conversation - Honorific Expressions - Connecting Sentences - Korean Culture - TOPIK I (optional)...
In my opinion, Korean language has the most dynamic language expressions and that's what make it so interesting and unique. The more you get to get involved in a conversation, the more you learn. First, you should be able to read so that you get the ability to learn and study yourself. Then, you should get involved in listening while practicing speaking.
Hello! I am Ha-Young, a student at the University of Geneva. I studied Bachelor of Economics in Seoul, Korea and now I study environmental sciences. I lived in Michigan, United States, at the age of 9 years. I am bilingual English and Korean.
My teaching class is based on building up conversation daily with students. So students will likely learn the materials quickly and easily. Plus some grammar materials.
My teaching method is “Play and Feel”, Based on your interest, I will start teaching from the very basic grammer of korean and the accent and eventually, you’ll be able to understand korean without any subtitles. It will be based on speaking and listening Korean.
My teaching method is straight forward written/vocal comparrison depending on ahat's being taught. I like to keep my students engaged by focusing on topics they have an interest in, aka songs or films and revolving the studies around those topics.
I prefer conversational oriented classes where I teach students to speak more and build up there confidence. By doing this, they can pick up the pronunciation and learn grammar more easily, rather than just memorising it.
Since my fiancé also learned Korean, we can build the lesson on learning materials for the A1 and A2 intensive courses. Since my German is not so good yet, English would be an advantage, but not badly needed as we focus on Korean.
The way I teach is to learn according to the level that students can. Learning with Korean is often used by Korean dramas and KPOP songs so that lessons are easier to accept and apply. I am very flexible in teaching, more about what students need.
I'd be teaching basic korean and how to read the hangul characters properly.
We use direct method questioning and answering conversational as per the pattern like reading writing speaking and listening etc.
Since we are learning a language. I teach in the flow starting from the very basic with some speaking skills to use in day to day life.
For korean for beginners I start from scatch and teach numbers, common words, greetings and how to read and write as well as pronounciation. For music I teach one on one and teach how to read music and play with good technique.
I was born in America and grew up in Korea till I turned 16 years old. I barely spoke English when I came to America but now I study college level classes. My experience and techniques in learning new language will have you learn Korean efficiently and culturally accurate.
My classes are mainly for beginners of Korean language who would either like to go live or study in Korea. Can exchange tips of how to survive there and even give etiquette lessons.
I specialize in grammar and conversation for beginners, intermediate and advanced students. I use a combination of text books and also interactive learning methods via face to face conversation and also various internet and tools and media.
I base my class on building vocabulary and grammar for writing and speaking skills.
I’m able to make students keep interested on the Korean / Piano learning process by using Kpop songs as a study materials. They will able to learn practical Koreans with their favorite Kpop songs.
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I believe that grammar is a start point. Useless to learn words if you don't know how to put them in a sentence. That was my biggest struggle. I have years of experience in getting that grammar on point. If you tried to learn but feel as if you struggle and get stuck at one stage, this is the reason why and I am here to help you progress.
We can facetime, call, or chat. Or we can meet in real life..
I shape my teachings around students’ learning styles. If they want to learn in a friendly way where we talk and write, I can definitely do that too.
I like to have the student pick a topic they want learn about. From there I use visual methods.
hello, I am Min, from South Korea and lives in Brussels, Belgium. I give Korean class for all levels.
I was born and raised in Seoul and have since learned to speak 4 languages (working on my fifth). I use my own curriculum that focuses on stitching together words while training the ear to listen for three main tenses (present, past, future).
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