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Franklin and Marshall College (Biology)
Teaching life skills through English in Japan for the past 20 years has given me the insight as to how people learn new things and how they forget them. Living in Japan, however, has given me the unique experience in using Japanese as a second language to survive. I am conversationally fluent in Japanese and can show you or your child different ways to improve language skills by using them.
I have taught elementary math to Japanese preschoolers and elementary school children in English as part of a content-based curriculum which I implemented in my lessons at kindergartens and in courses at my private language school.
I have used a hands-on approach to introductory biology with my students because experiential learning has proven to be the most effective way of learning difficult concepts for young children.
I've taught EFL/ESL to all different age groups in Japan for twenty years - from toddlers and preschoolers to school-age students, from university and graduate school students to employees and CEOs, and even grandparents and great-grandparents.
With my teaching experience in EFL/ESL and life experience in an EFL environment, I can help you learn Japanese efficiently.
I have worked with young children for twenty years and have practical knowledge of how children learn and unlearn. Teaching life skills through English in Japan for the past 20 years has given me the insight as to how people learn new things and how they forget them. Living in Japan, however, has given me the unique experience in using Japanese
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