My teaching method incorporates both discussion and demonstration methods that enable the student learning process. I prepare the subject matter according to each student and their capabilities assessing their level of skill throughout. I like to initiate the conversation and why it must be this way in order to allow the person learning to comprehend the meaning of the translation.
I tailor my teaching style to my student. I can either go through a book such as Minna no Nihongo or Genki, or use other supplemental and more interactive material. I prefer try to engage a combination of listening, reading, speaking, and writing.
My lesson plan would vary by your needs and time before your travel to Japan. If we have some time, we should learn hiragana, katakana, and about 200 basic kanji. We will also learn "set phrases" that are used in certain situations to be polite. I am willing to teach you as much as you'd like to learn! I've worked extensively with children, as well.
My teaching methodology changes according to the person I am working with. I am a firm believer that not everyone learns the same way and that it is a teachers job to modify their teaching methods to best fit with the students their are teaching.
I have a college level understanding of the material I want to teach, and can apply it to whatever level my student is at. I like to follow a textbook or anything that will guide the direction of the material to be learned, but will also include things that come to my mind as we go. I am very patient with my students, as it takes a lot of time for anyone to understand new concepts.
I give lessons to all levels from beginners to those who feel more comfortable on using the Japanese language. I am happy to help you become more confident in speaking Japanese, as well as the part where you are struggling with.
As I focus on a problem area, I explain the lesson contents to the best of my ability. From there, I give example sentences in English and translate them to Japanese for the student. Once they understand my example, I have them create a few before going back to the question itself.
I know most affective method is say more and listen more. so I will only speak Japanese in my lessons. (My English is not so good). I record our conversation, I send you feedback after class. In addition to this, I will give you homework, it is easy and simple. I make some sentences for you from our conversation. It is OK you read these sentences aloud.
Japanese is a very rich language with Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. Japanese elemental school teachers teach students how to sing beautiful Japanese children's songs which are made of Hiragana, Katakana and Kanji. After teaching basic alphabet of Hiragana, Katakana and few symple Kanjies I will start teaching Japanese children's songs to students.
I can give lessons to those just entering the Japanese language world, and those that also want a larger sense of the Japanese writing system. Those in a beginner or entry level intermediate class would be best. I prefer giving lessons based on starter level first, then slowly becoming more complicated and extensive as more lessons go on.
I've lived in Japan for nineteen years and I was born in Japan. Now, I go to university in NY. I'm very outgoing and active.
I am a Japanese-English translator who was born and raised in Japan and live in the United States. I have a bachelor degree from University of Nebraska at Omaha with English/Linguistics major. To teach verb conjugations, I use the methodology which is learned by Japanese native speakers. It is easier, more effective and logical to learn.
I have always been interested in East Asian cultures. I started with Japanese; moved onto Korean as well in college; later on I studied Mandarin too. I have been studying Japanese for a little over 8 years (4 years in high school and 4 years in college). I also tutored it in college. I try to assess my student's level, take note of their problem areas and build a study model for them to follow.
This really depends on the needs of the students. Very willing to work with each individual student (or group) to come up with a lesson style that works best for them. Overall, I find a comparative approach to the grammar of the target language with one's native language to be a great way to help patterns stick - as opposed to rote memorization.
I give lessons to anyone regardless of age, and can tutor up to college-level Japanese. The early levels involve quite a bit of memorization, especially if you want to learn the various writing systems Japanese uses, but I can help with learning the written language, as well as pronunciation and grammar.
My teaching method is "sound quality". I want my student to learn the sound and reduce their accent. Then, it's going to be perfect languages. It is same thing as English. If you don't speak clearly, they won't understand.
My teaching method is starting with the basics; learning phrases that are key in communicating essentially with native Japanese speakers. I provide elementary level Japanese lessons from speaking to writing, and mastering pronunciation.
Bachelor of Art in Social Psychology in Japan A.AS in Computer information Science in San Francisco. Nail School in 2013-14 in Japan. Jel nail and manicure basic certificate holder. Taking correspondence course in progress for second Degree. Plan M.S still.
I'm Japanese and I came to Los Angeles to study English. I want to speak English more and make loco friends. So I want to exchange our language English and Japanese with you. I can teach you all about Japan and basic Japanese language.
I currently attend Harvard Extension School. I am hoping to graduate with a BA in Economics in 2020. I am fluent in Japanese with 1 year experience in translating in the automotive industry. As for lesson structure, I will begin with writing (hiragana, katakana, kanji) and teach vocabulary as we go along. Then I will proceed to teach sentences.
Hi, I am a senior at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, CT. I major in psychology and minor in art. Since pre-school, I have attended a Japanese Language School up to my senior year in high school and I am able to read, write, and speak Japanese fluently.
I usually look at your level and based on your strengths and weaknesses try to see what we should focus on every week to make progress. I enjoy conversation and scenarios as well as quizzing through vocab and sentences.
while we are having conversation, I will speak mostly Japanese, but I can also speak English if you need. I will use both two languages based on your level.
1 on 1 lesson for beginners and or high school students learning Japanese 1~4. For beginners, we'll start with Japanese alphabet, basic grammer, vocabs, and basic kanji. For HS Japanese 1~4 students, we'll work on grammer, vocabs, and kanji. Can assist in preparation for tests and pronunciations.
I possess a degree in International Relations and Spanish and another in Law. My first degree comprised of French, Politics, Negotiation, Portuguese and Spanish Literature courses. My law degree covered many areas of law including, Tort. Criminal, Contacts among others.
I lived in Japan for 5 years and attended language school a well as 1 year of college. I also worked several at jobs in Japan as well. I speak Japanese 90% of the time at home with my husband. I am looking for students excited about learning Japanese, and I am willing to help in any and every way that I possibly can.
I am a 50 year old clean cut male with a lot of time on his hands. I will pretty much give lessons in any subject you desire. My techniques and methods are completely unorthodox, and you may learn a lesson or two that you you would have preferred not to.
Do various kind of exercise to learn new words, grammar, get some helpful tips , easy to remember new language
I teach by book, and through cultural immersion. Learning not just through the textbooks/workbooks is not enough; I would encourage learning through watching shows, reading the news, listening to Japanese music. I would also encourage learning Japanese history.
I am a native Japanese and teach Japanese language to all age people in Ewa Beach area. I taught Beginning Japanese at Green River Community College and Highline Community College for 5 years. I had a home classroom in Washington and taught Japanese to all age people over 10 years. I will help you to succeed in your Japanese class or for your business.
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Perfect! Akemi Sensei is a really great tutor. I’m never bored with my lessons. I’m learning a lot with her being my tutor. Each lesson is fun I love it a lot so far.
Perfect! Akemi is a great teacher! She provides the perfect material to teach you what you need to know while having fun doing it! I needed to learn business Japanese and Akemi's way of teaching made it so much easier to learn. She has a great response rate...
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