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Western Michigan University (German)
Wayne State University (MBA)
I have been teaching German and English for over 10 years to adults and children. I offer a fun and interactive approach to learning a language by using many props, games and role playing. I am fortunate to speak as a native in both English and German. This skill has always provided my students with an advantage as I truly understand how both Germans and Americans speak in their native tongues.
I am a first generation American having grown up in a German speaking home and traveled extensively to Germany as a child. Initially, I learned to read and write German at the Sonnabend Schule Nolte in Warren, Michigan and later while attending Otto-Hahn Gymnasium in Göttingen, Germany. I also studied German at Western Michigan University and at the Universität Passau in Germany.
I have a BA in German and am a bi-lingual instructor. I have an in-depth understanding of German grammar and know how to teach to beginners and advanced students alike. My pacing and lessons are tailored to the needs of my students, and I am willing to go the extra mile to ensure that my students not only build new skills, but maintain previous skills as well.
I offer tutoring classes that are flexible and cater to each students needs. I offer an affordable alternative to traditional learning methods. Please contact me to learn more and get started. I have been teaching German and English for over 10 years to adults and children. I offer a fun and interactive approach to learning a language by using many props, games and
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