University of Texas (Japanese Language)
Konnichiwa! I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Japanese Language and Culture and took 4 years of Japanese classes while of earning it. I studied abroad in Tokyo for one semester during that time as well, which further enabled me to improve my speaking and reading skills. I had the opportunity to tutor college students and adults in both Japanese, English and ESL while participating in language exchange clubs at my university here in the states and the one I attended in Japan.
Whether you want to begin studying for the first time or you're already experienced, I can tutor you in speaking, reading and writing Japanese. If you're interested in learning or improving your English, I can tutor in areas such as grammar, vocabulary and literature.
Learning a new language (or even mastering your own) is very difficult, so I will do everything I can to make sure you feel comfortable asking questions and leave each session feeling satisfied that you learned something new. Mainly I want to make sure you enjoy learning a language with me so you can continue speaking with confidence for years to come.
I am available to meet in person or online. I hope to hear from you soon so we can study together! Konnichiwa! I hold a Bachelor's Degree in Japanese Language and Culture and took 4 years of Japanese classes while of earning it. I studied abroad in Tokyo for one semester during that time as well, which further enabled me to improve my speaking and reading skills. I had the opportunity to tutor college students and adults in both Japanese,
Discounted rates available for groups or for lessons lasting longer than 2 hours.
Extremely patient and kind with my shy 14 yr old Granddaughter. Alexis makes her feel very comfortable so my Granddaughter is not afraid to ask questions. A big plus in my book! Thankful to have found her through Wyzant.
Looking forward to working with Alexis on a regular basis. We discussed Hiragana, traveling in Japan, and moving forward with future lesson planning.
Awesome and professional. She assisted me with piecing together my research paper, as I struggled with outlining and utilization of my journal articles for my introduction and few paragraphs into the body of my paper.
Does really well planning sessions beforehand and answering any questions you have. Is willing to go far beyond whats expected for her students, especially people like me who are not so computer savvy :)
My son had his first session with her today and absolutely loved her. She made it fun and eased all his nerves. He is super excited for his next lesson with her.
I knew I had some problems with my essay writing. Alexis helped me resolve some of my issues. She is nice to work with to understand how to make my paragraphs come alive.
The first lesson with Alexis was amazing!!! She was great at judging my abilities and made a comfortable lesson plan for me based of my needs. Learning from her was a very fun experience. I highly recommend!!!!'
Alexis is well prepared,professional in teaching ESL. I can feel she loves teaching and tries to make the class productive.
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I studied Japanese for 4 years in college while earning my Bachelor's degree in Asian Languages and Cultures (specializing in Japanese). I also participated in a semester-long exchange program at a university in Tokyo.
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