Search for a Tacoma Japanese Tutor

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Kimberly D. ...Japanese is a difficult language, but it can also be a lot of fun. While I haven't tutored in Japanese, having taken several courses in the language has shown me what works for learning it and what doesn't. I use a variety of sources and supplement worksheets and practice pages that will help begin the foundation for Japanese.
1 Subject: Japanese
Tacoma, WA
Fassil A. ...Most recently I have volunteered my time with Japanese exchange students who are here in a 5 month English acquisition program. I enjoy helping others learn new skills and subjects and that is why I plan on going to Japan soon to teach English before going to grad school for a higher degree in Archaeology. My approach to teaching changes depending on the subject.
4 Subjects: including Japanese, ESL/ESOL, classics, archaeology
Federal Way, WA
Kiana J. ...I think of creative and fun lessons fit for each student (including games, crafts, traditional food/cooking movies etc) I'm great with test preparation, homework help and for those want to learn or advance in the Japanese language. I will explain step by step, what each word means, examples of ...
1 Subject: Japanese
Seattle, WA
Paul R. ...HQ in Tokyo, for over 12 years my collateral duty was to mentor and coach our intern program. These interns were U.S. engineering grads with a basic knowledge of spoken and written Japanese. During their one-year internship, they used Japanese in their progressively advancing work responsibilities centering on research (spoken and written) on Japanese technology.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, public speaking, business
Gig Harbor, WA
Lauren F. ...Since I'm not a native speaker, I always have more to learn--but for me, Japanese is a fun language, and I would love to help others understand it better as best I can. Let's learn Japanese together! Aside from Japanese, I can also help students with entry-level geology.
3 Subjects: including Japanese, Adobe Photoshop, geology
Seattle, WA