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.
I graduated college with a major in Russian and Korean. I am willing to work with kids 7 and up, as well as adults who want to learn. My lessons structure is easy to follow. I value your time and will make the most of it.
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.
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.
USAF veteran trained in Korean language through a 47 week immersion course followed by several continuing education courses during a 5 year career as a Cryptologic linguist. The language training will concentrate on increasing vocabulary and grammar.
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.
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.
I like to have the student pick a topic they want learn about. From there I use visual methods.
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).
I am a college student in English as a Second Language at Seminole State College. I am fluent in English, Spanish, and Korean, therefor I can teach or tutor any of these languages. My lessons go by topics such as; Greetings, Numbers, Travel, etc., and then the lesson is modified according to each student.
Korean culture is very unique, fun and eye-opening, which is exactly how I would like my my lessons to come off
My teaching methods are to teach the absolute necessities, as well as, the day-to-day conversations.
Education: Bellevue high school Bellevue Washjngton USA Washington State University, Pullman, WA Bachelors Art of Social Science Master of Foreign Langauge Education cerificate, Seoul, Korea Current CL150 Cerifiied Language instructor and cohort coach Language Lesson developer and proof reading recording instructor
I graduated from Sangmyung University in February 2009 with a degree in Bachelor of Art: ‒ Japanese Literature & Minor ‒ English Literature. Then I went to Hankuk University of Foreign Studies TESOL Certification, and graduated: December 2009.
I am an accounting major at Indiana University Kelley School of business with co-major in Law, Ethics, & Decision Making. I spent majority of my life and school years in South Korea and Southern California. I came to Indiana University to seek for my passion for life, discover my strengths and strive to be a leader.
I'm a college student who majors in music and has a hobby of learning languages. I give lessons to people who are 12-25 years old. My students need to be hardworking and motivated to learn. I'm also currently enrolled in a French class and I have a grade of A+ in the class. Before taking this class, I've studied French for at least 7 years.
I have I acquired my education in North Carolina with a degree in Biological Sciences and Architecture. I have been teaching since 2009 and have an educational degrees in biology and architecture from the United States. I have lived in the U.S.A for 20years and abroad for 10years. I have taught English in the U.S.A. and Korea. I am fluent in Korean and am also a published writer in English.
1. About Art Basically, this is an language class. However, I invite students to the table to talk about Art. I use all kinds of media we can share online such as images, video clips, photographs, articles and so on. We discuss all kinds of Art and share your reviews on an interesting exhibition you visited, or anything that you experienced about Art.
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 am a student at Cornell University studying biological sciences. I have lived in Korea for 18 years, and I regularly speak and hear Korean in my home. I am convicted that with my strong work ethics and proficiency, I will be a great tutor.
I am a current Sophomore at Brigham Young University- Idaho and recently returned from serving a church mission among the people of Korea and learning their language fluently. I teach starting from reading, simple vocabulary, conversation, and grammar.
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.
I approach each topic by going over the rules and conjugations. I often start by answering any questions and asking the student to pronounce each letter/vowel. Then, we can read short sentences together or try writing. Various short and fun exercises can help with memory and complicated concepts.
INHA university in South Korea. BA in German Literature. Many English classes in El Camino and Harbor College in CA. Computer Science major in Brevard College in FL U.S.A.. Kindergarten to high school graduate from South Korea.
I give lessons to English speakers wanting to learn, or improve their Korean. I accept all levels of learning, because I am a native Korean and can teach any level. My lessons structure will depend upon your level and ability so far. I make the lessons personal and in-depth. I am easy-going but also will give much homework for practice.
I lived in South Korea where I served a LDS mission. I immersed myself into their culture and their language. We went out of our way to talk to everybody everyday making it easier to learn the language. I would teach the basics of Korean such as writing, reading and speaking. I would also teach about Koreans and their culture.
I am a native Spanish speaker and fully bilingual. I have an immeasurable love for languages and I firmly believe good communication skills can take you really far in life. I also love helping others and that is why I decided to be a teacher.
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.
My teaching method is "tackling the basics." I have learned from not only my own experiences, but also from tutoring my friends and relatives that the basics are what truly makes you prepared for the next level.
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