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As a college student and on a personal level I strive for excellence in every aspect in life. I am considered trilingual with the potential to know: Spanish, Japanese, and English. I was raised in Japan for 7 years and continue to pursue the amazing language through college. I plan to double major in international business and Japanese, if possible also attain a minor in Spanish.
If someone were to ask me to describe myself in three words they would be: positive, hard-worker, and leader. On my spare time I love to play sports, spend time with family and friends. I have experience teaching Japanese to my fellow classmates during high school, and as well in college. I am never against helping anyone when needed and hope that they grasp the language and learn it as well.
My method to establish a positive learning experience to the student I first need to make sure the student is comfortable. After that I break the work into sections and make sure the student is learning. I also show how to memorize words, phrases, and even play skits/and have conversations. My main goal is that student leaves happy and has learned what they have been taught; I want my students to contact me again for future lessons. As a college student and on a personal level I strive for excellence in every aspect in life. I am considered trilingual with the potential to know: Spanish, Japanese, and … Read more
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