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Yokohama National University (economics)
I was a member of the Boat People Assistance Association for Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian people. I taught Japanese to them as a volunteer teacher from 2002 to 2005. Most of my students were Vietnamese and Chinese. The students sometimes taught us their regional cuisine. It was a nice experience for me. I also have experience in helping the expatriate students at the Japanese School in Amsterdam as an assistant teacher in the Saturday program. Some of the students went to schools where subjects were taught in English or Dutch and didn’t have the opportunity to speak Japanese in their daily life, so my role was one of a mother or big sister to them.
I also worked for 14 years as a manners teacher. I gave students one to one guidance and preparation for employment in Japan and I also trained new employees. I'd like to teach you about Japanese culture and customs together with Japanese language. I'm interested in teaching children, teenagers or adults...or all three! I will make lessons fun and easy.
I was a member of the Boat People Assistance Association for Vietnamese, Laotian, and Cambodian people. I taught Japanese to them as a volunteer teacher from 2002 to 2005. Most of my students were Vietnamese and Chinese. The
Keiko has made learning Japanese fun for my daughters and we've used her for several months to prepare for our upcoming trip to Japan. My kids feel more confident in their skills. We will miss her!
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