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Megan C. ...I find it important to practice actually speaking rather than just learning vocabulary and grammar. My strategy, as a tutor, is to start with what they find most difficult and introduce a new perspective that could help my students understand the concept better. For instance, if the student lea...
2 Subjects: including Japanese, statistics
Houston, TX
Mathew N. ...The minor in Studio Art requires that each candidate take 33 semester hours of fine arts courses (3-hour credit per course) each course lasting 5 hours a week. I have done art, (drawn, painted, sculpted, etc) for my entire life and won several awards in the competitive part of my life. I have t...
17 Subjects: including Japanese, French, writing, precalculus
Houston, TX
Ryan S. ...Since then, I've been interacting and speaking with Japanese speakers in many aspects of everyday life— from meeting up with Japanese exchange students for lunch everyday to tutoring Japanese to friends just starting out, I like to make it a point to use Japanese in a variety of situations, so I ...
12 Subjects: including Japanese, geometry, Chinese, algebra 1
Spring, TX
Aki H. ...I have students tell me that their test scores were getting better after my tutoring sessions. Because I spent half of my life in Japan I know the culture pretty well along with the language. I have taught mainly college students but I am also good with children as I always volunteered at the day care my family runs in Japan.
1 Subject: Japanese
Kingwood, TX
Hiro T. ...I teach both in person and online. Originally my friends asked me to teach them some Japanese when I was living in Tokyo more than 15 years ago, and that's how I started it. When I moved to NYC I had several students to tutor for their Japanese classes and exams as well as some young professionals who needed to use Japanese at work.
12 Subjects: including Japanese, Microsoft Excel, Adobe Photoshop, soccer
Houston, TX