Hello and nice to meet you! Japanese language
is my passion and teaching Japanese allows me to share my love of the language with others. I have 8 years of Japanese language experience and I have been teaching Japanese for the past 4 years. I have 3 Japanese language certifications (JLPT) and I am pursuing 2 more. My teaching includes: on-site corporate Japanese language training for groups, small classes and I also do one-on-one private lessons for individuals (both in-person and online).
I have students of all ages they all receive a comprehensive learning package: Reading
and Speaking. I teach the Japanese kana (their syllabary which works like an alphabet) from the very start. Once that is solid, we move onto actual Japanese characters (kanji), grammar
, pronunciation and conversation. We use excellent textbooks that my students have been quite pleased with. Our main textbook has the distinction of being the only Japanese textbook in the United States that is also used by native Japanese students in Japan. And I even incorporate Japanese children's books, comics (manga), video games and phone apps as a way to engage my students and get them excited for Japanese!
So, why sign up with me? My philosophy
is that Beginners need somebody who can teach them the basics and have the ability to explain Japanese language concepts in English
, thus creating a bridge from English to Japanese. I believe that knowing the native language of the student and strengthening communication is the key to teaching.
Wyzant now offers online tutoring with their own platform and virtual whiteboard and I am available to teach online as well. We can do Japanese together, anywhere in the world!
Thank you for reading my profile and I look forward to working with you!
24 hours notice required
Group and small class discounts available!
Travels within 20 miles of Brooklyn, NY 11226
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These questions are classic. They are a variant on the Two Cars Algebra problem. Just remember this formula: Distance = Velocity * Time
Step 1) Plug in the numbers and put an "N" for your unknown variable: 900 = N * 16
Step 2) Do the easy math (PEMDAS) first: 900 = 16N
Step 3) Solve for "N" by...